General medical journal

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A general medical journal is an academic journal dedicated to medicine in general, rather than a specific field of medicine.wikipedia
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The Lancet

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Among the oldest general medical journals that are still published today are the Lancet, which was established in 1823, and the New England Journal of Medicine, which was established in 1812.
The Lancet is a weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal.

Academic journal

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A general medical journal is an academic journal dedicated to medicine in general, rather than a specific field of medicine.

Medicine

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A general medical journal is an academic journal dedicated to medicine in general, rather than a specific field of medicine.

The New England Journal of Medicine

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Among the oldest general medical journals that are still published today are the Lancet, which was established in 1823, and the New England Journal of Medicine, which was established in 1812.

Medscape

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In 1999, Medscape launched Medscape General Medicine, the world's first online-only general medical journal.

Annals of Internal Medicine

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Journals that are considered general medical journals include the Lancet, the New England Journal of Medicine, and the Annals of Internal Medicine.

JAMA (journal)

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In 2009, the three highest-ranked general medical journals by impact factor were JAMA, the Lancet, and the New England Journal of Medicine.

The BMJ

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The BMJs web editor, Tony Delamothe, has described the BMJ as a general medical journal.

Medical Journal of Australia

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The Medical Journal of Australia is the only general medical journal in Australia, and the Canadian Medical Association Journal has been called the leading general medical journal in Canada.

Canadian Medical Association Journal

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The Medical Journal of Australia is the only general medical journal in Australia, and the Canadian Medical Association Journal has been called the leading general medical journal in Canada.

Cureus

Cureus, also known as the Cureus Journal of Medical Science, is an open access general medical journal known for its use of crowdsourcing in its peer-review process and is among the growing number of journals using postpublication peer review.

Frontiers of Medicine

Frontiers of Medicine is a peer-reviewed online-only general medical journal published jointly by the Chinese Higher Education Press and Springer Science+Business Media.

British Medical Bulletin

British Medical Bulletin is a quarterly peer-reviewed general medical journal that publishes review articles on a wide variety of medical subjects.

Danish Medical Journal

Danish Medical Bulletin
The Danish Medical Journal is a monthly peer-reviewed general medical journal published by the Danish Medical Association.

Croatian Medical Journal

The Croatian Medical Journal (abbreviated CMJ) is a bimonthly peer-reviewed diamond open access general medical journal.

Malawi Medical Journal

The Malawi Medical Journal is a quarterly peer-reviewed open access general medical journal published by the University of Malawi College of Medicine and the Medical Association of Malawi.

Medical journal

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Journals that cover many medical specialties are sometimes called general medical journals.

Malays (ethnic group)

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The era also witnessed the wider usage of Malay medical journals, known as Kitab Tib.

Medical reversal

Medical Reversals
A 2019 study of over 3,000 randomized controlled trials published in three prominent general medical journals concluded that 396 of these trials constituted medical reversals.