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Updates on Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping in Gynecologic Cancers

Guest Editors Michael Frumovitz, MD, and Alessandro Buda, MD, would like to announce a special issue focusing on sentinel lymph nodes in gynecologic cancers.

This special issue will be published in Spring 2020. Physicians and researchers who are engaged in the study of this topic are invited to submit a Review Article or Original Article.

Send abstracts for review to ijgc@jjeditorial.com by Wednesday, May 15, 2019.

Abstracts will be reviewed and investigators of those abstracts chosen will then be invited to submit full manuscripts for peer review. Complete manuscripts will be due Sept. 1, 2019.

Review IJGC’s Instructions for Authors

Call for Video Article Submissions
Luis Chiva, MD, PhD, (Spain), the new IJGC Video Editor invites you to submit videos that may be considered for our international journal. This exciting new feature focuses on high-quality videos on any educational topic in the field of gynecologic oncology. Video article topics may include radiological imaging, ambulatory procedures, pathology, surgical anatomy, exposure, innovation, reconstruction, step-by-step-procedures, complications and resolutions, as well as anatomic variations, tips and tricks in gynecologic oncology, robotics, or new devices.

Video articles may also illustrate ways of improving surgery in developing countries or implementing surgery in scenarios with low resources. The Editorial Board believes this will be an excellent educational opportunity for viewers in low resources settings. Videos that have been presented at a meeting are eligible to be submitted to IJGC.

Learn more about the submission of video articles and other article types such as Case Studies, Corners of the World and Clinical Trials.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Luis Chiva directly at lchiva@unav.es. He is looking forward to receiving your video article submissions!

IJGC Articles Now Available on PubMed

IJGC articles are now available for citation and to download on PubMed — just look for the full-text link at the top of the PubMed abstract page.

This is an exciting new development bringing the possibility of increasing our younger colleagues´ visibility. It is worth mentioning that video articles and other select article types may be downloaded with no charge by anyone accessing IJGC content though PubMed or the IJGC website, obtaining a greater impact.

Visit PubMed or the IJGC homepage to browse all the latest IJGC content.

Stay Current – Follow IJGC on Twitter & Facebook
Follow IJGC on Twitter and Facebook to stay current on the latest journal content and news. Ane Gerda Zahl Eriksson, MD (Norway) serves as the journal’s Social Media Editor and has done an excellent job enhancing the journal’s online presence to make sure our readers don’t miss a thing.

Novel features include: Invited review articles from experts in our field, a clinical trials section, case studies, video articles and corners of the world. Make sure to listen to our weekly podcasts on SoundCloud featuring short interview segments with leading experts discussing the latest research in their respective areas.

You can also participate in IJGC’s monthly Twitter Journal Club #IJGCclub and join members of our Editorial Board and the authors of our lead articles to discuss and debate their research and other relevant topics.

Receive email alerts directly from IJGC by signing up to receive the electronic table of contents with each issue.

Journal Access via IGCS Website
IGCS Members with a journal subscription, login and enjoy full access here: https://igcs.org/members/journal/.

Members without a subscription may purchase an annual subscription for only $15 at the same link above and may browse the new content with limited access here: https://ijgc.bmj.com/.

Not a member? Join today to gain access to IJGC, receive discounted registration to the IGCS Annual Global Meeting and more!

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