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Journal of Perinatal Medicine


Title Abbreviation
J Perinat Med
ISSN
0300-5577
Electronic ISSN
1619-3997
Readership
Allied Health Professionals, Clinicians, General Practitioners, Gynecologists, Midwives, Neonatologists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Obstetricians, Pediatricians, Perinatologists, Physicians, Researchers, Scientists
Scope
The Journal of Perinatal Medicine (JPM) is a truly international forum covering the entire field of perinatal medicine. It is an essential news source for all those obstetricians, neonatologists, perinatologists and allied health professionals who wish to keep abreast of progress in perinatal and related research. Ahead-of-print publishing ensures fastest possible knowledge transfer. The Journal provides statements on themes of topical interest as well as information and different views on controversial topics. It also informs about the academic, organisational and political aims and objectives of the World Association of Perinatal Medicine. The journal covers the entire field of perinatal medicine, obstetrics and neonatology.
Sponsoring Association(s)
International Academy of Perinatal Medicine, New York Perinatal Society, Society The Fetus as a Patient, World Association of Perinatal Medicine (WAPM)
Publisher Name
De Gruyter
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