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International Journal of Medical Students


Title Abbreviation
IJMS
Electronic ISSN
2076-6327
Therapeutic Area
Readership
Academics, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Researchers, Residents
Scope
The International Journal of Medical Students (IJMS) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal, created to share the scientific production and experiences of medical students worldwide. Our objective is to be the primary diffusion platform for medical students, using standards that follow the process of scientific publication. The Journal receives contributions and unpublished manuscripts of Original Articles, Short Communications, Reviews, Case Reports, Interviews, Experiences, and Letters, which are reviewed by experts (Peer-Reviewers) who have previously published similar research. This supports the quality and validity of the results. The review time delay in most cases has been two to four months depending on the diligence of Peer-Reviewers and Authors.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
International Journal of Medical Students
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