Do this now, even if you are just starting the publication process. This allows you to identify all your works as yours and will allow you to pull bibliographies and reports, such as h-index, more easily.
You are more likely to have your article accepted by a journal if it is a topic that matches their subject range. These tools use keywords, article titles, and abstracts to find good fits. These can also be used to find potential collaborators.
The aim of Rip Out section of JGME is to provide resources to educators. Rip Outs have been published since the advent of the Journal and are designed to provide readers with information to facilitate their ongoing ‘‘development’’ as educators in graduate medical education (GME). We have arranged them by topic, and will add to this list with each publication.
As the title of the section connotes, each Rip Out is formatted to facilitate quick reading and intended to be ‘‘ripped out’’ (or downloaded) from the Journal. Each article begins with the specific problem or challenge and includes key evidence and best practices from the literature, immediate and long-term action steps, and references and resources for further reading.