Texas Medical Association invites members to contribute their thoughts, ideas, and opinions via magazine commentary articles, letters to the editor, and through its blogs: Meandmydoctor.com and Blogged Arteries.
TMA also accepts news tips on medical, public health, social, legal, or economic issues related to the health well-being of Texans.
You also can like, share, and follow TMA on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Email commentaries, letters to the editor, or news tips to Texas Medicine Editor David Doolittle or via mail to Texas Medicine, Texas Medical Association, 401 W. 15th St., Austin, TX 78701.
Submissions will be subject to editing and abridgment and will be published in the appropriate section at the discretion of the editor and editorial advisers.
Editorial commentary should be written in clear, concise language. Length should be about 750 words.
Length should be fewer than 250 words.
This blog is a venue to share your scientific observations, ideas, discoveries, and knowledge with other physicians. Articles should be fewer than 1,000 words. Video and photos are also accepted. Submissions can be sent to David Doolittle.
Me & My Doctor
Reach patients on this blog. Its purpose is to create a dialogue between patients and doctors on important health care issues. Your topic should be of interest to a wide public audience, written in patient-friendly language. Articles should be fewer than 500 words. Video and photos are also accepted. Let your voice be heard here.
All Texas Medical Association publications are copyrighted by the Texas Medical Association. Written permission from the editor must be obtained before reproducing, in part or in whole, any material originally published by the Texas Medical Association.
Point of View
Publication of any article or statement is not to be deemed an endorsement of the views expressed therein, nor shall publication of any advertisement be considered an endorsement of or approval of the product or service involved.