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Annals, Academy of Medicine, Singapore

Title Abbreviation
Ann Acad Med Singapore
General Practitioners, Internists, Physicians
The Annals is the official medical journal of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore. It is a refereed monthly journal appearing in the Index Medicus and has been accepted in the Science Citation Index-Expanded, ISI Alerting Services, and Current Contents/Clinical Medicine. It serves the various specialties that form the membership of the Academy and orientates its publications to these disciplines. The Annals Editorial Board comprises full-time professionals who meet regularly for policy decisions. All articles submitted to the Annals are reviewed by experts drawn from the Academy's membership. In cases where there are no suitable local reviewers, the articles are sent to overseas reviewers. The Annals is distributed free to all members of the Academy of Medicine of Singapore and other selected institutions. Annals is a key resource for medical professionals in Singapore for scholarly publications.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Academy of Medicine, Singapore
Publisher Name
Academy of Medicine, Singapore
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