Your Research Can Change Medicine: Interview with Dr. Jeffrey Drazen, Editor-in-Chief, NEJM

Medical journalists and researchers have a responsibility to perform meaningful, reproducible research to guide the direction and practice of medicine, both now and in the future. As upcoming researchers and practitioners, your work could have a significant impact on future medical practice. In this video, Nirmal Gosalia of DocThoughts discusses the future of research and medical journals with Dr. Jeffrey Drazen, Editor-in-Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine.

DocThoughts is a media platform that interviews thought-leaders in medicine and produces short films for the healthcare community. We talk to a variety of leaders ranging from entrepreneurs, health policy experts, and healthcare executives in a personal and informal atmosphere. Watch conversations with healthcare leaders from organizations like the Chicago Bulls, CDC, and more at


Christy Crisologo

Christy Crisologo is SDN’s Editor-in-Chief. She earned her BA in Communications from Asbury University and lives in Texas with her husband (and primary connection to the medical world) and their two young children. 

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