Aims & Scope

Journal of European Internal Medicine Professionals (JEIMP) aims to promote values in internal medicine, enable clinicians and all healthcare providers to be well-informed participants of the medical community and society, advance standards in the design, conduct, and reporting of scientific research, and contribute to improving the health of humanity.  JEIMP intends to take responsibility by publishing a wide variety of original research, reviewing articles, discussing guidelines briefly, and sharing suggestions relevant to clinical practice. Healthcare delivery, public health, healthcare policy, medical education, ethics, and research methodology are the main focus of JEIMP.  Lastly, the authors are encouraged and invited to state their opinions on enhancing a current problem relevant to community health.

Among the editorials of JEIMP are experienced internists and subspecialists who have worked in the field of internal medicine for many years. Internal medicine is one of the main branches of general medicine, and can not be considered apart from the other branches of medicine. Thus, the articles to be submitted to JEIMP, even from different branches, will be considered for publication as long as they are related to the basic principles of internal diseases.

JEIMP is refereed, open access, and published four times a year in the English language. The journal is aimed to be indexed in many common, respected, and accessible indexes.

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