The Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology is the society’s official peer-reviewed, fully open access journal to promote research conducted in the industry. JCAG publishes original clinical and translational research papers, systematic reviews and meta-analysis, state-of-the-art review articles from international experts, clinical guidelines, images and editorials focusing on the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of gastrointestinal and liver disorders. JCAG is committed to improving the care of adults and children, in Canada and throughout the world.
CAG members receive a discounted publication fee in JCAG. CAG also has a subsidy program in place whereby CAG Trainee Members who have a successful publication in JCAG will receive a 75% discount on the publication fee.
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JCAG encourages submissions as follows
- Original articles (<3000 words + ref/table/fig)
- Review articles (<3000 words + ref/table/fig)
- Image of the Month (image > 300dpi + <250 words + <5 refs)
- Editorial (<1000 words + <10refs)
- Letter to the Editor (<250 words + <5 refs)
Please note that case reports are NOT accepted.
|Editor-In-Chief||John K. Marshall, McMaster University|
Eric Benchimol, University of Ottawa
Mark Borgaonkar, Memorial University
Leo Dieleman, University of Alberta
Lawrence Hookey, Queen's University
Grigorios Leontiadis, McMaster University
Geoff Nguyen, University of Toronto
Mohammad Yaghoobi, McMaster University
Giovanni Barbara, University of Bologna
Charles Bernstein, University of Manitoba
Talat Bessissow, McGill University
Carlo Fallone, McGill University
Samir Grover, University of Toronto
Aliya Gulamhusein, University of Toronto
John M. Inadomi, University of Washington
Ernst Kuipers, Erasmus University Rotterdam
David Reed, Queen’s University
Maria Ines Pinto Sanchez, McMaster University
Cynthia Seow, University of Calgary
Laura Targownik, University of Toronto
Jennifer Telford, University of British Columbia
Frances Tse, McMaster University
Elena Verdu, McMaster University