Tuesday, February 21, 2006

CMAJ editor removed after privacy story

The Ottawa Citizen is reporting that the editor and deputy editor of the Canadian Medical Association Journal has been fired without explanation. Speculation has it that John Hoey was relieved of his post in the wake of criticism following an investigative piece in the CMAJ on privacy and dispensing of the "morning after pill." A summary of the Citizen article is here: Top editors fired at leading medical journal.

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