Student Medical Journal

The RCSI Student Medical Journal (RCSIsmj) aims to provide a forum for RCSI student contributions to the field of medicine, in any discipline.

The journal publishes student research ranging from basic laboratory science and clinical work to humanities analyses of medicine in society.

Jenna Geers, Director; Rachel Adilman, Senior Editor; Cameron Chalker, Assistant Peer Review Director; Professor Hannah McGee; Suzanne Murphy, Editor in Chief; and David Maj, Peer Review Director photographed at the RCSI SMJ launch at the Albert Lecture Theatre, RCSI.

The goal of the RCSIsmj is to encourage student research, writing and submission for publication, while reaching a broad international readership through both our print and electronic versions of the journal.

More information on the journal and how to get involved can be found at rcsismj.com.

Professor David Smith, Associate Professor of Healthcare Ethics at RCSI presents the 2017/18 Ethics Challenge prize to medical student Moyowa Boyo.