Missouri Medicine -
the Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association
In publication since 1904, Missouri Medicine, a peer-reviewed, award-winning medical journal printed on acid-free paper, is indexed by MEDLINE, the National Library of Medicine, and PubMed, the U.S. National Institutes of Health digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature. Missouri Medicine is on EBSCOhost databases, which provide researchers with the ability to search full-text articles, and are the most-used, premium online information resources for tens of thousands of institutions worldwide, representing millions of end-users. Missouri Medicine also provides featured content for www.medhelp.org, a top world health care website.
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Scientific articles are peer-reviewed. Original articles are accepted for publication on the condition they have not been published or submitted to other medical journals for consideration. Missouri Medicine does not accept single or small series case reports with a literature review unless it is a first or second world literature report or there is some unique unreported aspect of the case. MSMA members are given publishing preference and priority. Material appearing in Missouri Medicine is protected by copyright..
2016 Editorial Calendar
Ophthalmology-University of Missouri
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
MSMA Annual Convention Wrap/Open Papers
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Washington University Diabetic Research Center
Annual Advocacy Issue/Open Papers
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Missouri Medicine delivers peer-reviewed medical scientific themes with multiple articles focusing on a specific specialty. The readership comprises most of the state's health care professionals, physicians and doctors in training. It is distributed to six medical schools including the University of Missouri, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Washington University, Saint Louis University, Kansas University, Kansas City University, and Kirksville School of Osteopathic Medicine.
Missouri Medicine reaches physicians in major medical centers and libraries in St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Columbia with a very high pass-along rate, and our doctors in rural areas count on the magazine to keep them current on medical trends as well.