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Skin Health and Disease


Title Abbreviation
Skin Health Dis
Electronic ISSN
2690-442X
Readership
Dermatologists
Scope
Skin Health and Disease is a multidisciplinary international open access journal covering all aspects of dermatology including basic science, translational and clinical research. We especially welcome cutting-edge interdisciplinary and multiprofessional dermatology research. This includes genetics, immunology, pathology, surgery or pure clinical studies, as well as artificial intelligence (AI) in dermatology and teledermatology studies. The overarching aim of the journal is to improve patient outcomes by increasing our understanding of skin problems at every stage from disease pathogenesis to its treatment and prevention. We will publish research articles, reviews, case reports, method papers, protocols, negative studies, pilot studies, as long as the article can demonstrate robust methodology, scientific validity and reliability. All papers will undergo rigorous and fast peer review, as well as rapid publication times. As one of the British Association of Dermatologists journals, Skin Health and Disease receives referred submissions from the British Journal of Dermatology (BJD) and Clinical and Experimental Dermatology (CED).
Sponsoring Association(s)
British Association of Dermatologists (BAD)
Publisher Name
John Wiley & Sons Ltd. - UK
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