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European Medical Journal
Eur. Med. J. (Chelmsf.) doesn't exist.
Eur Med J (Chelmsf) doesn't exist.
European Medical Group
|Eur. Med. J. (Chelmsf.)|
The European Medical Journal is a peer-reviewed open-access, medical journal that covers medicine. It was established in 2012, as an imprint of EMG-Health and features editorial, scientific papers covering a wide range of therapeutic areas, and concise news coverage from congresses within the industry.
The jorunal contains 16 sections on different therapeutic areas. Another section starting in January 2017, EMJ Innovations, covers new medical technologies, and breakthroughs in medical areas such as human genetics, infectology, and precision medicine.
Each eJournal is published six weeks after its relevant congress takes place.
- EMJ – Allergy & Immunology
- EMJ – Cardiology
- EMJ – Dermatology
- EMJ – Diabetes
- EMJ – Gastroenterology
- EMJ – Hematology
- EMJ – Hepatology
- EMJ - Interventional Cardiology
- EMJ – Medical Innovations
- EMJ – Neurology
- EMJ – Nephrology
- EMJ – Oncology
- EMJ – Reproductive Health
- EMJ – Respiratory
- EMJ – Rheumatology
- EMJ – Urology
EMJ runs a daily newsletter, in addition to a quarterly newsletter for each therapeutic area. EMJ also regularly publishes medical news updates. In 2014, EMJ introduced their new and improved blog covering research articles, medical conditions, and personal experiences.
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