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The International Congress on Biomedical Peer Review and Global Communications Advisory BoardThe International Congress on Biomedical Peer Review and Global Communications Advisory Board FREE

JAMA. 1998;280(3):211. doi:10.1001/jama.280.3.211.
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Congress Director
Drummond Rennie, MD

JAMA and
Institute for Health Policy Studies
University of California, San Francisco
San Francisco, Calif, USA

European Director and Peer Review Workshop Coordinator
Richard Smith, MD,

BMJ,
London, England

Congress Coordinator
Annette Flanagin, RN, MA

JAMA
Chicago, Ill, USA

European Coordinator
Jane Smith, MSc, PhD

BMJ
London, England

Prague Coordinator
Timothy M. Empkie, MD, MPH

Project HOPE
Prague, Czech Republic

Global Communications Conference Coordinator
Suzanne Fletcher, MD

Harvard Medical School
Boston, Mass, USA

Marcia Angell, MD
The New England Journal of Medicine
Boston, Mass, USA

John C. Bailar III, MD, PhD
University of Chicago
Chicago, Ill, USA

Lisa A. Bero, PhD
Institute for Health Policy Studies
University of California, San Francisco
San Francisco, Calif, USA

Floyd E. Bloom, PhD
Science and
The Scripps Research Institute
Los Angeles, Calif, USA

Iain Chalmers, MBBS, MSc
NHS R&D Programme and
UK Cochrane Centre
Oxford, England

Charles C. Hancock, MS
American Society for Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology
Bethesda, Md, USA

Brian Haynes, MD
McMaster University School of Medicine
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Elizabeth Heseltine, MSc
Freelance Editor, Communications and Science
Montignac, France

Richard Horton, BSc, MB, FRCP
The Lancet
London, England

Elizabeth Knoll, PhD
Harvard University Press
Cambridge, Mass, USA

S. T. Lee, MD
Annals of the Academy of Medicine
Singapore

Stephen Lock, MD, FRCP
Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine
London, England

George D. Lundberg, MD
JAMA
Chicago, Ill, USA

David Moher, MSc
Loeb Medical Research Institute
Ottawa Civic Hospital
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Daniel J. Ncayiyana, MD
South African Medical Journal

Pinelands, South Africa

Magne Nylenna, MD
Tidsskrift for Den Norske Legeforening
Lysaker, Norway

A. John P. M. Overbeke, MD, PhD
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde
Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Povl Riis, MD
University of Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark

David Sharp, MA
The Lancet
London, England

Ken S. Warren, MD
(Deceased).

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