Have an Article Idea for NEJM Catalyst?
NEJM Catalyst welcomes submissions for original, instructive content that demonstrates innovative ideas and solutions for improving health care. If you have an article idea that you think would be a good fit, we’d like to hear it.
NEJM Catalyst publishes several content formats:
Expert Articles. An essay offering expertise and insight on the chosen topic based on your experience, knowledge, observation, or research. Expert articles run about 1,000 words, but can be longer or shorter. Examples.
Case Studies. A detailed account of how an organization tackled a challenge, including the process, the result, and how the findings can benefit others. Case studies typically run 750–1,000 words and follow a specific format that will be delivered upon assignment. Examples.
Blog Posts. 300–800 words on one central thought or concept, e.g., an observation on something going on in health care, a personal experience that translates into a larger message, an interesting approach you’d like to share. Example.
My Favorite Slide. Your own slide, or a colleague’s, that gives a snapshot of an issue in health care delivery. Slide submissions should be accompanied by a short descriptive paragraph as well as source information. Example.
What We’re Reading. A paragraph or two describing something you’re reading or have read recently that would be of interest to the NEJM Catalyst audience. Please include a link to the material with your submission. Example.