A Tradition of Innovation
NEJM Group was created by the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) to continue and broaden the organization’s leadership in the complex, rapidly changing areas of biomedical research, clinical practice, health care delivery, and ongoing medical education.
Founded in 1781, MMS is the oldest continuously operating medical society in the United States and remains dedicated to educating and advocating for the patients and physicians of Massachusetts.
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) is the oldest continuously published medical periodical, having celebrated 200 years of service to the medical community in 2012.
NEJM Journal Watch was founded in 1987 and publishes physician-edited summaries and clinical commentary on current research findings in 13 medical specialties.
NEJM Knowledge+ launched in April 2014 and combines a new learning platform with gold-standard content to deliver the most efficient, engaging, and effective way to learn, improve the quality of practice, and prepare for the board exams.
NEJM Catalyst, launched in December of 2015, brings executives, clinician leaders, and the clinical community together to share and discover the most innovative and practical ideas for transforming the way health care is delivered.
NEJM Resident 360, launched in June of 2016, supports medical residents with the essential information they need to approach residency and their careers with confidence.
NEJM 医学前沿 launched in November 2016 to help advance Chinese clinical practice and medical research through shared content and commentary.
- 1812: First issue of the New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery, and Collateral Branches of Science published quarterly; later renamed the New England Journal of Medicine
- 1921: Massachusetts Medical Society purchased the Journal
- 1978: The New England Journal of Medicine wins Polk Award for Journalistic Excellence
1987: Journal Watch (General Medicine) first published
- 1989: Journal Watch AIDS Clinical Care first published
- 1993: Journal Watch Dermatology first published
- 1995: Journal Watch Cardiology first published
- 1995: Journal Watch Psychiatry first published
- 1996: Journal Watch Women's Health first published
- 1997: Journal Watch Emergency Medicine first published
- 1998: Journal Watch Infectious Diseases first published
- 1999: Journal Watch Neurology first published
- 2000: Journal Watch Gastroenterology first published
- 2002: Journal Watch Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine first published
- 2006: Journal Watch Oncology and Hematology first published
- 2007: Journal Watch Hospital Medicine first published online
1995: JWatch.org launched
- 2006: Physician’s First Watch launched
- 2007: HIV and ID Observations blog launched
- 2008: Clinical Conversations launched
- 2009: Reader Remarks launched
1996: NEJM.org launched
- 2001: e images launched
- 2005: Weekly Audio Summaries launched
- 2006: Videos in Clinical Medicine launched
- 2007: Clinical Decisions launched
- 2008: Perspective Roundtables launched
- 2009: Interactive Medical Cases launched
- 2010: NEJM Archive 1812-1989 launched
- 2011: Perspective Audio Interviews launched
- 2011: Clinical Practice Center launched
- 2002: NEJM CareerCenter.org launched
- 2012: NEJM iPad Edition launched
- 2012: NEJM Group established; celebrating 200 years of publishing the New England Journal of Medicine and 25 years of publishing Journal Watch
- 2013: NEJM Journal Watch relaunched
2014: NEJM Knowledge+ launched
- 2014: NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review
- 2015: NEJM Knowledge+ Family Medicine Board Review
- 2015: NEJM Catalyst launched
- 2016: NEJM Resident 360 launched
- 2016: NEJM 医学前沿 launched