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A year has passed since we have joined the new editorial team of BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM), a journal initially launched in 1995. Since then, great editors have maintained a platform for EBM enthusiasts and advocates. First commentaries and then EBM verdicts critically summarised the latest evidence with important implications for clinical practice. During the last 4 years, the journal incorporated original research and other articles that aimed to promote debate and analysis of the current controversies related to evidence.
For this new phase, we invited an international editorial team considering geographical, gender, ethnic, seniority and other forms of diversity. Most of our editors, including the Editor-in-Chief, are not native English-speakers. Considering the existing barriers and inequalities in publishing for authors, we advocate and engage in minimising conscious and unconscious biases, this being part of this larger endeavour towards justice, equality, diversity and inclusion by the BMJ.1
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