Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology

The CAG is delighted to announce our new journal – The Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology, or JCAG is open for submissions! The JCAG is published in collaboration with Oxford University Press, is an open-access journal, published largely on-line, and will have periodic print issues throughout the year. Dr. John Marshall (McMaster University) is the JCAG Editor-in-Chief.

JCAG is now accepting submissions.

Submit Here

Prior to submitting your manuscript, please review the author guidelines here.


Benefits of publishing in JCAG:

  • Streamlined Submission: no need to reformat articles for submission
  • Fast Decision Times
  • High Quality and Constructive Peer Review
  • Access to a large audience of gastroenterological professionals including doctors, nurses, researchers, surgeons, and scientists who are dedicated to quality digestive healthcare and the highest ethical standards.
There is a publication fee, as with any open-access online journal. We are pleased to note that CAG members will receive a discounted publication fee of $1,000 USD. To access your personalized discount code, please log in to your MY CAG account.

The Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology is, now, the official journal of the CAG and we encourage you, strongly, to consider submitting your work to JCAG for publication.


JCAG Email Alerts: Signing up on the Oxford Academic Platform


Step 1

The website for the Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology is powered by the new Oxford Academic platform. Stay up to date with new JCAG content by signing up for email alerts.

Sign Up For eAlerts

Begin by clicking on the “Alerts” box on the home page of the JCAG site.

Step 2

Click “Register” on the Sign In screen.

Step 3

Enter your email address and password to register a new account with Oxford Academic. Your email address will not be shared or used for any reason other than to send you the alerts you choose to sign up for.

Step 4

Using the screen below, you may now choose to sign up for a variety of alerts: for new issues, in-progress alerts, advance article alerts, and article activity alerts.