About SciMedicine Journal (SMJ)
SciMedicine Journal is a multidisciplinary, an open-access, internationally double-blind peer-reviewed journal with a focus on practical applications of theory, research and experience and provides a bridge between academic knowledge, illness experience, wellbeing and health care practice.
Current areas of interest also include, but are not limited to:
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Special Issue "COVID-19"
Importance & Relevance of Topic
The Coronavirus Disease 2019-20 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused extreme strains on health systems, public health infrastructure, and economies of many countries. This raging pandemic continues to disrupt our lives while the scientific community is rushing to find a cure for COVID-19. In this unparalleled scenario, the world scientific community is called to act. And it is doing it!
SciMedicine Journal team will take this opportunity to connect researchers who work around the world to contain and conquer the global health crisis. The SciMedicine Journal has intended to publish a special issue of the articles related to COVID-19. We welcome all submissions of manuscripts related to any aspect of COVID-19. The topics of this special issue include diagnosis, characterization, pharmacological treatment, and epidemiology of COVID-19.
Aims and Scope
Please submit field reports, case studies, surveillance reports, technologies, apps, protocols and reports on isolation, suppression, treatment protocols, models, policy recommendations, rapid reviews, telework/telemedicine reports, etc. All types of articles are welcome, long and short.
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Published Papers (2020) - This issue is now closed for submissions.
Published Papers (2021) - This Issue is now open for submissions.
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 21 December 2021.
Vol 5, No 1 (2023): March
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Vol 3, No 1: March Vol 3, No 2: June Vol 3, SI: "COVID-19"
Vol 3, No 3: September Vol 3, No 4: December
Vol 2, No 1: March Vol 2, No 2: June Vol 2, SI: "COVID-19"
Vol 2, No 3: September Vol 2, No 4: December
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