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Call for Editor Nominations: ASH Self-Assessment Program


ASH has extended the process of selecting an editor to lead the ASH Self-Assessment Program (ASH-SAP). The Senior Executive Editor of the ASH-SAP will serve for the 2023-2025 term and oversee the ninth edition of the most comprehensive hematology self-assessment program to date.

The ASH-SAP is a comprehensive tool that is used for board certification and up-to-date education, and currently offers up to 75 CME credits. It encompasses both adult and pediatric hematology, including both benign and malignant disorders. Featuring 25 chapters and 260 multiple choice questions, the ASH-SAP is designed for self-directed learning and review with case studies, key points, graphics, and animated multimedia.

Successful candidates for this position must demonstrate exemplary writing, reviewing, and editing skills, and an interest in up-and-coming learning styles. ASH members may self-nominate for this position by submitting:

  • Your CV,
  • A vision statement describing what you think ASH-SAP should be over the next three years,
  • And an outline of your editorial experience.

 

Members are also encouraged to nominate a colleague by submitting a brief informal endorsement of that individual along with a summary of their editorial experience. All submissions should be sent to EditorSearch@hematology.org by the deadline of April 27, 2022.

Candidates with an MD, MD/PhD, or equivalent should demonstrate a broad and comprehensive knowledge of clinical hematology, including its subspecialty areas, a distinguished academic career, a strong scholarly publication record, and high standing among peers.

The ASH-SAP Senior Executive Editor receives an honorarium of $15,000.

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