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West Indian Medical Journal

Title Abbreviation
West Indian Med J
Electronic ISSN
Environmental Epidemiologists, Epidemiologists, Immunologists, Infectious Disease Specialists, Physicians - Medicine
The Journal has been truly international in scope, with author and editorial contributions from across the globe. The focus has been on clinical and epidemiological aspects of tropical and infectious diseases, new and re-emerging infections, chronic non-communicable diseases, and medical conditions prevalent in the Latin America-Caribbean region, and of significance to global health, especially in developing countries. The Journal covers all medical disciplines, as well as basic and translational research elucidating the pathophysiologic basis of diseases or focusing on new therapeutic approaches, and publishes original scientific research, reviews, case reports, brief communications, letters, commentaries and medical images. The Journal publishes twelve issues and six supplements annually. English is the language of publication but Abstracts are also duplicated in Spanish.
Sponsoring Association(s)
University of the West Indies (UWI)
Publisher Name
University of the West Indies
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