The Asian Pacific Association of Medical Editors Announces New President

Professor Nicholas Talley, HMRI Researcher and Director of the Centre for Research Excellence in Digestive Health, has been elected President of the Asian Pacific Association of Medical Editors (APAME).

Professor Talley was “honoured to be elected President of the Asian Pacific Association of Medical Editors (APAME). The organisation plays a very important role in the region promoting excellence in medical writing, publishing, and editing.”  

The Asia Pacific Association of Medical Journal Editors (APAME) is a non-governmental, non-partisan, and non-profit organization that aims to support and promote medical journalism in the Asia Pacific Region. APAME achieves its goal by fostering networking, education, discussion, and exchange of information and knowledge among medical journal editors in the region and globally.  

The vision of APAME is to promote healthcare in the Asia Pacific Region through the dissemination of high-quality knowledge and information on medicine.  

The mission of the Association is to contribute to the improvement of health in the region by ensuring the quality and dissemination of health-related information published in medical journals, which are utilized for better decision-making and effective delivery of health services. 

Our congratulations go out to Professor Talley, and we eagerly anticipate his contributions to APAME.