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Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Title Abbreviation
J Pediatr Infect Dis
Electronic ISSN
Infectious Disease Specialists, Internists, Pediatricians
The Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases is a peer-reviewed medical journal publishing articles in the field of child infectious diseases. The journal provides an in-depth update on new subjects and current comprehensive coverage of the latest techniques used in diagnosis and treatment of childhood infectious diseases. The following articles will be considered for publication: editorials, original and review articles, rapid communications, letters to the editor and book reviews. We can not accept case reports until the beginning of 2019. The aim of the journal is to share and disseminate knowledge between all disciplines in the field of pediatric infectious diseases. This journal is a publication of the World Society of Child Science: Topics covered in the Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases include pediatric infectious diseases and general pediatrics.
Sponsoring Association(s)
World Society of Child Science
Publisher Name
Georg Thieme Verlag
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