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European Journal of Epidemiology


Title Abbreviation
Eur J Epidemiol
ISSN
0393-2990
Electronic ISSN
1573-7284
Readership
Academics, Computer Scientists, Educators, Epidemiologists, Industrial Hygienists, Molecular Biologists, Policy Makers, Psychologists, Public Health Professionals, Researchers, Statisticians
Scope
European Journal of Epidemiology, published for the first time in 1985, serves as a forum on epidemiology in the broadest sense. It is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to all fields of epidemiologic research and to epidemiologic and statistical methods. EJE promotes communication among those engaged in research, teaching and application of epidemiology, including those who practice clinical or community medicine. The Journal encourages contributions from a wide variety of fields, including public health, preventive medicine, clinical medicine, health economics, and computational biology and data science applied to health and disease. EJE publishes empirical research findings, methodological developments and opinion articles from as broad a geographical origin as possible, with some focus, but certainly not exclusive, on European topics of relevance for epidemiology.
Sponsoring Association(s)
European Epidemiology Federation
Publisher Name
Springer Netherlands
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