The Cooper Rowan Medical Journal (CRMJ) is an open-access, partially student-run, peer-reviewed journal encompassing up-to- date research first-authored by current medical students, allied healthcare students, and residents/fellows (all years) in training. CRMJ prioritizes publishing research that addresses conditions frequently impacting medically underserved patients and focuses on understanding the comprehensive health care systems for underserved populations. .
See the Mission and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Treatment doses published in this journal are based on the medical knowledge, literature review and experience of the manuscript authors.
Advancing Health Policy and Advocacy Education in Medical School through a Student-run Elective
Michael J. Luke, Sara J. Abrahams, Danielle Llanos, Danielle A. L. Howell, and Lauren Block
Where have All the Female MD, PhD Applicants Gone?
Factors Influencing Graduate Program Choice Among Undergraduate Women
Bryna J. Harrington, Halei C. Benefield, Brooke C. Matson, Rebecca E. Hamlin, Jennifer E. L. Diaz, Grace E. Mosley, Rushina Cholera, and Audrey R. Verde
Addressing Diversity in Mindfulness Research on Health: A Narrative Review using the ADDRESSING Framework
Gabrielle Chin, Vanessa Anyanso, and Jeffrey Greeson
Impact of the Affordable Care Act on the Cooper Women’s Care Center
Amanda Malik and Natali Franzblau