Another exciting year for the Marshall Journal of Medicine has passed, giving us the opportunity to both reflect on the accomplishments of the past year and summarize recent developments. The readership distribution of the Marshall Journal of Medicine spans the globe, including over 169 countries and 32,000 plus downloads. We continue to expand our scope by incorporating new submission categories such as “At the ‘Heart’ of Healthcare” and “Machine Learning in Rural Health.” This issue particularly propels us forward with a focus on the humanism of health care.
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Shah, Darshana T.
"The future of personalized care: humanism meets artificial intelligence,"
Marshall Journal of Medicine:
4, Article 1.
Available at: https://mds.marshall.edu/mjm/vol4/iss4/1