Welcome to the online edition of the Canadian Journal of Surgery (CJS). CJS is an open access journal. The mission of CJS is to contribute to the effective continuing medical education of Canadian surgical specialists, using innovative techniques when feasible, and to provide surgeons with an effective vehicle for the dissemination of observations in the areas of clinical and basic science research. Submissions to CJS must be done using our online manuscript submission system.
- Military-specific research and knowledge translation are critical to Armed Forces, which must operate in a unique context of extreme environments; exceptional physiological and psychological stresses; and extraordinary operational, occupational and environmental hazards. Peruse the latest CJS supplement on military medicine: The Canadian Armed Forces Supplement on Military Medicine: Caring for the Wounded in the Future Can J Surg 58 (3 Supple 3): S77-S156
- In memoriam: Ein, Sigmund H., Oshawa, Ont.; McGill University, 1961; pediatric general surgery; Associate Editor, CJS. Died Jan. 25, 2015, aged 78. Survived by his wife Arlene, 5 children and 11 grandchildren.
- In memoriam: Cy Frank, Calgary AB, innovative orthopedic surgeon.
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Debate and Consensus
CJS is dedicated to the development of best surgical practice. The CJS consensus protocol encourages discussion of consensus statements and articles before publication. The following article is currently in-progress:
Please send your comments to email@example.com. You must include article name in the subject and your name(s) plus affiliation(s) in the message. Your comments will be sent anonymously to the authors in the same way that referees reviews are sent. You will be acknowledged in the annual list of CJS reviewers but will not receive any other communication.
Sponsoring Societies and Academic Partners
CJS was founded in 1957 by a collaboration of the Canadian Medical Association, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and Canadian university departments of surgery. Dr Robert Janes, President of the Royal College was its first editor. The chairs of the surgical departments made up the first editorial board. Today the following organizations take part in the Academic Program of the Canadian Journal of Surgery: