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BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning

(BMJ STEL) is a journal covering all aspects of simulation and technology in the context of health care.

BMJ STEL provides a forum to share scholarly practices to advance the use of simulation and technology enhanced learning in the context of health and social care. This includes knowledge translation to improve clinical outcomes, health systems, patient experience and safety. The journal adheres to the highest possible industry standards concerning publication ethics. To read the journal's detailed guidelines please see our policies.

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Debra Nestel, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Editorial Board

This journal will cease publication in July 2021

BMJ regrets to announce that it will cease publication of BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning in summer 2021.

The journal was launched in 2014 in partnership with the Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare as a forum to share advances in the use of simulation and technology enhanced learning in health and social care. Since then it has published over 450 high quality papers, including original research, reviews, short reports, commentaries and editorials.

We are grateful to the founding editor, Professor Nick Sevdalis (King’s College London), and the current editor-in-chief, Professor Debra Nestel (Monash University, Melbourne), for leading the journal over the past seven years; to  the associate editors, editorial board members and reviewers; and to all the authors who have submitted their work.

The journal is no longer accepting submissions and the final issue will be published in July 2021. After this date, all published content will be accessible via the archive.  Subscribers can contact for further information.



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