North American Journal of Medicine and Science (NAJMS) is a quarterly peer-reviewed, open access medical journal launched in October 2008, and circulated internationally both online (ISSN 1944-0944) and in print (ISSN 1946-9357), collected by the Library of Congress of USA. The Journal is devoted to the dissemination of timely and significant observations in the diverse fields of modern medicine. The Journal is dedicated to publish the high-quality research or review articles from both basic and clinical medical sciences that will be indexed by all major indexing media, and to publish special issue periodically with in depth coverage of the latest advances of the significant interests.
The aim of the Journal is to provide a platform for clinicians, medical scientists and healthcare professionals; so to present their scientific findings in multidisciplinary areas including translational research, health care disparities in minority populations, and complementary medicine. It is also to enable physicians and other healthcare professionals to exchange, learn and utilize the medical advances to improve the clinical practice and further advance medical research, to better exploring the most challenging medical puzzles and dilemma, and promoting overall global health.
Publication cycle of Journal: Quarterly
Target population: Medical Doctors, Medical Scientists and Healthcare Professionals worldwide
Publishing Location: Boston, MA, USA
Publishing Format: Paper Print (8x 11 magazines); Open on-line access version on website
Manuscript categories: Original research; Review articles; Case report; Editorial and Letter to Editor
Columns and Contents: Basic research; Clinical perspective; Preventive medicine; Healthcare disparity
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