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David Sackett Young Investigator Award

JCE’s annual David Sackett Young Investigator Award is in the spirit of the late David L. Sackett, who over many decades and in numerous ways continuously inspired and educated generations of young investigators in the fields of clinical epidemiology and evidence-based medicine. We congratulate the 2019 winner of this award:



Ignacio Atal

A mapping of 115,000 randomized trials revealed a mismatch between research effort and health needs in non–high-income regions

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JCE Thanks Reviewers

High quality of published research cannot be achieved without high quality peer review of submitted manuscripts. We are extremely grateful to all our colleagues who have volunteered their expertise and have taken time out of their busy schedules to participate in the peer review for our journal.

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2019 JCE Reviewer Award:



Annette M. O'Connor



Tim Morris

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