Clinical Medicine (Russian Journal) Klinicheskaia meditsina
Launch Year: 1920
Regional Public Organization “Society for the Study of Hypertension”
Frequency: 12 issues per year
The journal covers major issues in clinical medicine, focusing on the diagnosis, pathogenesis, prevention, treatment, and clinical signs and symptoms of diseases. It also discusses numerous ethical, philosophical, and social hygiene issues. Among other topics are the history of medicine and the training of, and refresher courses for, healthcare practitioners.
The journal publishes original articles and reviews that cover current advances in the fields of theoretical and practical medicine in Russia and the rest of the world. Material on issues of importance to practicing doctors appears in a special section of the journal. Among the types of contribution published are reviews of monographs, guidelines, and textbooks devoted to various branches of medicine, as well as information on conferences, congresses, and the work of scientific societies.
The journal is designed for doctors working in a variety of fields (therapy, surgery, neurology, radiology, infectious diseases, phthisiology, etc.), academics employed by medical colleges and extension course institutes, and medical researchers.
The journal has been awarded the diploma of I degree in 1968, 1975, 1990, honorary certificate in 1995, Insignia “Golden Press Fund” in 2006.
The Klinicheskaia meditsina journal is following publishing and journal best practices of these organizations:
- Association of science editors and publishers (ASEP) (http://rasep.ru)
- Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) (publicationethics.org)
- International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) (www.icmje.org)
- Council of Scientific Editors (CSE) (www.councilscienceeditors.org)
- National Information Standards Organization (NISO) (www.niso.org/workrooms/piej)