Missouri Medicine -
the Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association
In publication since 1904, the peer-reviewed, award-winning, bi-monthly Missouri Medicine: The Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, is indexed by Index Medicus, MEDLINE, and PubMed (National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health). Complete issues are archived at PubMed Central since 2010. Content appears on EBSCO Host Research databases. With a large and respected editorial board and regular participation by Missouri’s six medical schools on eight campuses, Missouri Medicine is among the nation’s foremost state medical journals.
Articles are frequently cited in impact factor journals and regularly featured in the national media including: Wall Street Journal, CSPAN-2, KevinMD, Outside Magazine, Runner’s World, NBC News, General Surgery News, Ophthalmology Times, and many others. Issues of Missouri Medicine are printed on acid-free paper with open access to digital issues available in the Missouri Medicine Library. Annual subscription price for non-members is $75.00. Annual subscription for members is included in the annual membership dues. Single, entire issues are $15.00, if available.
Editor John C. Hagan, III, MD
Managing Editor Lizabeth Fleenor or call 800-869-6762
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2021 Editorial Calendar
Physician Health & Well-Being
University of Missouri-Columbia
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Informatics and Biomedical Medicine
University of Missouri-Kansas City
MSMA Annual Convention Wrap
Pharmacology & Physiology
Saint Louis University
Kansas City University School of Medicine & Biosciences
Annual Advocacy Issue/Open Papers
Instructions for Authors
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. Review articles and most scientific articles from medical students, residents, or fellows should have a faculty member as co-author. MSMA members are given publishing preference and priority. Material appearing in Missouri Medicine is protected by copyright.
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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 on eight campuses including the University of Missouri, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Washington University, Saint Louis University, Kansas University, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, and Kirksville College 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.
All articles, editorials, letters, and advertisements published represent the opinions of the authors and advertisers, and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or endorsement of the Missouri State Medical Association or the institution with which the author or product or service is affiliated unless clearly specified. Missouri Medicine reserves the right to make the final decision on all content and advertisements.