February 28, 2022
The January issue of DEN is now available at Digestive Endoscopy DEN 34-1. Three of the four reviews in this issue are available without password:
- Charting a path forward for clinical research in artificial intelligence and gastroenterology by Jeremy R. Glissen Brown et al.
- Current status in endoscopic management of upper gastrointestinal perforations, leaks and fistulas by Shannon Melissa Chan et al.
- The role of advanced endoscopy in the management of inflammatory digestive diseases (upper gastrointestinal tract) by Akihito Nagahara et al.
In other news:
- DEN is planning to publish a free-access Special Issue on “Transluminal Endoscopy and Endoscopic Full-thickness Resection,” in January 2023, and the call for papers is now open. For more details see: https://www.jges.net/news-english/2021/12/20/51768
- DEN’s sister journal DEN Open, launched in 2021, is now listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). All articles are freely available, no password required. To access DEN Open, click here.
Greetings from DEN’s EIC! We invite you to watch the following video from DEN’s Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Takao Itoi, who explains how you can contribute to DEN Open. Watch the video here.
- As mentioned above, DEN’s Special Issue of January 2022 “Controversy and Negative Data in Endoscopy is freely available at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14431661/2022/34/2
Take your time to browse DEN‘s wealth of valuable free resources, no payment or password required:
● All DEN video articles are freely available at Virtual Issues.
● All Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society (JGES) guidelines, published in DEN, can be obtained for free from the Wiley Online Library. To access them, click here, and select the Guidelines tab.