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Journal of Perinatology


Title Abbreviation
J Perinatol
ISSN
0743-8346
Electronic ISSN
1476-5543
Readership
Gynecologists, Neonatologists, Nurses, Nutritionists, Obstetricians, Pediatricians, Perinatologists, Pharmacists, Pulmonologists, Social Workers
Scope
The Journal of Perinatology provides all members of the perinatal/neonatal healthcare team with original information pertinent to improving maternal/fetal and neonatal care. We publish peer-reviewed clinical research articles, state-of-the-art reviews relevant to clinical management, commentaries, quality improvement reports and letters to the editor. These articles embrace the full scope of the specialty, including clinical, professional, political, administrative and educational aspects. The Journal also explores legal and ethical issues, neonatal technology and product development. The audience includes all those that participate in perinatal/neonatal care, including: neonatologists, perinatologists, pediatricians, neonatal and perinatal nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, social workers and nutritionists, etc.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), National Perinatal Association (NPA), Section on Perinatal Pediatrics
Publisher Name
Nature Publishing Group - UK
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