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Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology (JOMT)


Title Abbreviation
J Occup Med Toxicol
Electronic ISSN
1745-6673
Readership
Biomedical Researchers, Environmental Epidemiologists, Public Health Professionals, Researchers, Toxicologists
Scope
The Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology (JOMT) is a multi-disciplinary journal focussed on clinical and scientific aspects of occupational and environmental health. The field is devoted to the diagnosis, prevention, management and scientific analysis of occupational diseases, injuries and disability. It also covers the promotion of health of workers, their families, and communities, and ranges from rehabilitation to tropical medicine and public health aspects. As an open access, peer-reviewed journal, JOMT offers a platform for both clinicians and researchers in the wide-ranging discipline of occupational medicine and toxicology.
Sponsoring Association(s)
European Society for Environmental and Occupational Medicine (EOM)
Publisher Name
BioMed Central Ltd. (BMC)
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