QJM: An International Journal of Medicine (QJM) is the monthly publication of the Association of Physicians, founded by Sir William Osler in 1907.
QJM Impact Factor now 14.04
QJM: An International Journal of Medicine (QJM) is the monthly publication of the Association of Physicians, founded by Sir William Osler in 1907
The Quarterly Journal of Medicine (QJM) is pleased to announce the current Impact Factor for the Journal is now 14.04.
The QJM is the official Journal of the Association, founded in 1907 by Sir William Osler, it has a significant legacy of publishing leading articles in Translational Medicine.
It welcomes submission of original medical research articles, invited reviews and topical Commentary pieces relevant to our medical readership. We would encourage Association members to consider submitting their original work to the Journal.
We offer a fast-track review process for selected submissions, namely 72 hours (x3 working days) to first review decision. Should you wish to avail of this service, authors are encouraged to liaise in advance with Professor Seamas Donnelly, Editor-in-Chief for the journal at E-Mail.
As a leading general medical journal focusing on internal medicine, QJM offers insightful papers to aid practice and research. The journal also frequently publishes review series on specific subjects to broaden readers knowledge in emerging hot topics in medicine.
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QJM publishes original papers describing clinical research or basic scientific work; review articles on advances in clinical medicine or medical science; commentaries expressing personal or controversial views on any medical topic; and correspondence on matters arising from articles published in the journal.
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