Changing Landscape in GI Practice


The American Journal of Gastroenterology is now accepting submissions for the upcoming special issue on the Changing Landscape in GI Practice.

2020 was a landmark year for practice changes in medicine. These changes involved all aspects of gastroenterology and hepatology. Many of these changes are a continuation of the transformation in GI practice clinicians have encountered over the past decade. With this in mind, it’s time to update the map of GI practice.

The editors request your high-quality, clinically relevant papers on topics affecting current practices including technology, payment methods, government regulations, environmental sustainability, educations, and treatment options. We will collect the very best articles into a special issue mapping how our field has rerouted, and how we can best adapt to future trends affecting GI practice and policy. The special issue will be published in early Fall 2021.

Please clearly state in your cover letter that your manuscript is intended for the special issue on the Changing Landscape in GI Practice. Depending on the responses to this request, some accepted manuscripts may be published in other upcoming issues of AJG. Manuscripts should be submitted through the journal submission system.