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Sao Paulo Medical Journal (Revista Paulista de Medicina)


Title Abbreviation
Sao Paulo Med J
ISSN
1516-3180
Electronic ISSN
1806-9460
Readership
General Practitioners, Gynecologists, Internists, Mental Health Evaluators, Obstetricians, Pediatricians, Public Health Professionals, Surgeons
Scope
The São Paulo Medical Journal/Evidence for Health Care was founded in 1932. Published bimonthly by the Associação Paulista de Medicina, the journal accepts articles in the fields of clinical health science (internal medicine, gynecology and obstetrics, mental health, surgery, pediatrics and public health). Articles will be accepted in the form of original articles (clinical trials, cohort, case-control, prevalence, incidence, accuracy and cost-effectiveness studies and systematic reviews with or without meta-analysis), narrative reviews of the literature, case reports, short communications and letters to the editor. Papers with a commercial objective will not be accepted.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Medical Association of Sao Paulo (Associação Paulista de Medicina)
Publisher Name
Medical Association of Sao Paulo (Associação Paulista de Medicina)
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