Outsourcing MJA production a ‘very bad decision’: Katelaris

FORMER Medical Journal of Australia editor-in-chief Dr Annette Katelaris has labelled plans to outsource the journal's sub-editing and production a “very bad decision” that could damage its accuracy and credibility. 

“To the best of my knowledge it would be the only major general medical journal in the world to take this approach,” said Dr Katelaris, who departed the role in 2012 after 18 months, with the board citing “operational issues and other differences".