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The International Journal of Risk & Safety in Medicine


Title Abbreviation
Int J Risk Saf Med
ISSN
0924-6479
Electronic ISSN
1878-6847
Readership
Academics, Biomedical Researchers, Case Managers, Clinical Pharmacists, Clinical Pharmacologists, Clinicians, Consultant Pharmacists, Educators, Formulary Managers, Health Scientists, Health service researchers, Healthcare Executives, Hospitalists, Industrial Scientists, Medical Directors, Medicolegal Professionals, Outcomes Manager, Pharmaceutical Benefits Managers, Pharmacists, Pharmacologists, Physicians
Scope
The International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine is concerned with rendering the practice of medicine as safe as it can be; that involves promoting the highest possible quality of care, but also examining how those risks which are inevitable can be contained and managed. This is not exclusively a drugs journal. Recently it was decided to include in the subtitle of the journal three items to better indicate the scope of the journal, i.e. patient safety, pharmacovigilance and liability and the Editorial Board was adjusted accordingly. For each of these sections an Associate Editor was invited. We especially want to emphasize patient safety. Our journal wants to publish high quality interdisciplinary papers related to patient safety, not the ones for domain specialists. For quite some time we have also been devoting some pages in every issue to what we simply call WHO news. This affinity with WHO underlines both the International character of the journal and the subject matter we want to cover.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
IOS Press
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