Editor in Chief
The role: Editor-in-Chief
BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning
BMJ is looking for the next Editor-in-Chief of BMJ Simulation and
Technology Enhanced Learning (BMJ STEL) to succeed the current editor,
Professor Nick Sevdalis (King’s College London). The new Editor-in-Chief
should be a visionary individual who can continue to shape the journal as
a resource offering the most up-to-date and relevant content for a global
audience of clinicians, researchers and educators working in healthcare
simulation and technology-enhanced education.
The ideal candidate will be a respected researcher with editorial
experience and a strong vision for the journal. You will lead the editorial
team, making further appointments as necessary, actively promoting
and strengthening the journal and upholding the highest standards of
research and publication practice.
About the journal
BMJ STEL is published by BMJ and co-owned with the Association for
Simulated Practice in Healthcare, the UK’s leading organisation for
healthcare simulation. Launched in 2014, the journal is focused on the
use of simulation and innovative technology as an educational method
or intervention for professionals in all areas of health care education,
workforce development and quality of care.
How to apply
For full details of the role and how to apply please click the apply button or contact
Henry Spilberg, Associate Publisher (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The closing date for applications is 31st May 2019 and interviews will be
held at BMA House in June. The successful candidate will take up the
post by the end of 2019.