For Immediate Release
November 13, 2023
TORONTO – The University of Toronto Press (UTP) and the Canadian Society of Internal Medicine (CSIM) are proud to announce that they have formed a partnership to publish the Canadian Journal of General Internal Medicine (CJGIM).
With the mission of connecting ideas for a better world, UTP is dedicated to publishing outstanding scholarly works and disseminating knowledge on a global scale. The collaboration between UTP and CSIM is a natural alignment, capitalizing on UTP’s unparalleled 120 years of experience in academic publishing to augment CSIM’s outstanding reputation for promoting research and their dedication to exceptional scholarship.
“We are deeply honoured that the Canadian Society of Internal Medicine has entrusted us with the stewardship of their flagship journal,” says Antonia Pop, Vice President of Publishing at UTP. “Closely collaborating with the expert CJGIM editorial team, our focus will be on enriching the journal’s role as a pivotal platform for sharing advancements in internal medicine.”
“We are excited to be working with University of Toronto Press,” says Dr. Steven Shadowitz, President of CSIM. “Our partnership will provide the CJGIM with a global reach, a prominent platform and the benefit of UTPs vast experience in scholarly publishing.”
Dr. James Douketis, Editor-in-Chief of CJGIM, adds: “Our partnership with UTP reflects the evolution of CJGIM as a prime destination for scholarship among the rapidly expanding specialty of general internal medicine.”
The CJGIM brings a robust history of scholarly literature to UTP’s family of publications thanks to its rigorous examination of advancements and challenges facing the field of internal medicine. The journal’s editorial team welcomes perspectives on internal medicine, patient care, health promotion, and health advocacy from physicians and researchers specializing in various subspecialties of medicine.
The Canadian Journal of General Internal Medicine (CJGIM),first published in 2006, is the official publication of the CSIM and is the foremost general internal medicine journal in Canada. It provides a sharp focus on the topics and issues facing the profession of internal medicine with a combination of society news and clinical and scientific original articles.
The Canadian Society of Internal Medicine (CSIM) is a national medical society of physicians who are specialists in the broad discipline of general internal medicine. The Society seeks to foster leadership and excellence in the practice of general internal medicine through research, education, and advocacy.
University of Toronto Press (UTP) is one of the largest university presses in North America, publishing landmark scholarship since 1901. The Publishing Division produces over fifty leading journals in various disciplines, including microbiology, hepatology, physiotherapy, humanities, and social sciences. Each year UTP releases over 200 new scholarly, course, and general interest books in print, audio, and e-book formats. In addition, UTP manages the distribution for over 200 publishers and imprints in Canada, the US, and around the world, with warehouses in Toronto, Ontario and Buffalo, New York. UTP also runs the University of Toronto Bookstores across the three main campuses, serving over 95,000 students and 15,000 faculty.
Antonia Pop, Dr. Shadowitz and Dr. Douketis are available for interviews.
Chris Reed, Publicist
University of Toronto Press
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