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Menopause


Title Abbreviation
Menopause
ISSN
1072-3714
Electronic ISSN
1530-0374
Readership
Cardiologists, Clinicians, Endocrinologists, Epidemiologists, Family Practice Physicians, General Practitioners, Geriatricians, Gynecologists, Internists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Obstetricians, Pathologists, Pharmacists, Pharmacologists, Physicians, Physiologists, Psychologists, Researchers, Scientists
Scope
Menopause, published monthly, provides a forum for new research, applied basic science, and clinical guidelines on all aspects of menopause. The scope and usefulness of the journal extend beyond gynecology, encompassing many varied biomedical areas, including internal medicine, family practice, medical subspecialties such as cardiology and geriatrics, epidemiology, pathology, sociology, psychology, anthropology, and pharmacology. This forum is essential to help integrate these areas, highlight needs for future research, and enhance health care.
Sponsoring Association(s)
North American Menopause Society (NAMS)
Publisher Name
Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - MD
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