|Title||The evolution of the British Journal of Anaesthesia: the first 100 years.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2022|
|Authors||Fitch W, Smith G, Hunter JM, Reilly CS, Mahajan RP, Hemmings HC|
|Journal||Br J Anaesth|
|Date Published||2022 Nov 12|
At this centenary of the British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA) in 2023, six of its 12 editors/editors-in-chief detail developments over the decades that have led to the BJA becoming a high-impact international scientific journal. As a charity, the BJA supports academic research and training in anaesthesia, critical care, and pain medicine including funding of research grants and postgraduate education. Building on this foundation, the BJA continues to innovate as it aims to become fully electronic, expand into open access publishing, and increase the diversity of its editorial board.
|Alternate Journal||Br J Anaesth|