BJR seeks new Honorary Editor

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Are you looking to boost your career and add value and experience to one of the oldest radiological journals on the market?

BJR is seeking a new Honorary Editor (Medical), when Dr Jane Phillips-Hughes, retires from the board this September.

You will have overall joint responsibility for scientific decisions -with the second Honorary Editor (Scientific), Professor David Bradley. and key input into the journal's development strategy.

This is a pivotal role at a very exciting time in the development of the BJR. More about the BJR here

Please send expressions of interest and a CV by 31 July to


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