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Publications

The Student National Medical Association is committed to providing up-to-date, purposeful and informative materials to its membership and beyond. Each of our publications seek to educate, enlighten, and enhance our SNMA community. Whether its highlighting the details of ground-breaking research in our weekly news brief the PULSE, compiling SNMA relevant news stories on the Journal of the Student National Medical Association (JSNMA) website, publishing fellowship opportunities in the JSNMA our online quarterly journal publication, or receiving in-depth information from our President in the President's Monthly Report; the SNMA offers its membership several opportunities to come face-to-face with real-time, relevant information. Our publications are great sources for advertising and we invite like-minded and like-spirited entities to consider marketing or advertising opportunities with the SNMA.

To access the most recent JSNMA and the JSNMA, click here.

If you would like to be added to the Pulse e-mail blast, please e-mail publications@snma.org and include your first and last name and the e-mail you would like the Pulse sent to.

We always recommend membership submissions to the JSNMA ranging from research articles to poetry. If you are interested in learning more about the submission process please e-mail jsnma@snma.org.

Your Story Matters

The Publications Committee proudly introduces Your Story Matters, in which SNMA members chronicle their paths into various fields of medicine. Jasmin Scott-Hawkins (below), MS4, highlights her journey towards choosing a career in psychiatry. You will learn how Jamsin became interested in psychiatry and her views on the stigma of mental health in the U.S. Jasmin is National Co-chair of the SNMA Publications Committee.

Check out the National Institutes of Health (NIH) blog, "LabTV: Curious About Drug Resistance of Hepatitis C Virus," that features Ashley Matthew, SNMA Speaker of the House of Delegates. In the accompanying video (below), Ashley talks about her journey in medicine and research, her continued interest in the fields and her love for SNMA.