The Canadian Journal of General Internal Medicine publishes concise papers, which are subject to peer review. The Journal considers articles of original research, reviews, scholarly addresses, case reports, book reviews, historical interest, clinical tips, guidelines, letters to the editor, and so on. Requirements are in accordance with “Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to iomedical journals” (http://www.icmje.org). The editorial policies of the journal are in line with those of the Council of Science Editors
Authors must disclose any commercial interest in the subject of study and the source of any support. A covering letter should state that the work is original and should include the address for correspondence, as well as the phone and fax numbers and e-mail address to ensure rapid processing. After acceptance, the author(s) must sign a copyright transfer agreement. The Journal reserves the right to edit manuscripts to ensure conformity with the Journal’s style. Such editing will not affect the scientific content.