The American Journal of Clinical Dermatology promotes rational therapy and effective patient management within the discipline of dermatology by providing a regular program of independent review articles covering all aspects of the management of dermatological conditions, particularly the place in therapy of newer and established agents and procedures.
The Journal includes:
• leading/current opinion articles providing an overview of contentious or emerging areas and key regulatory and ethical issues;
• definitive reviews on a broad range of topics relating to the management of dermatological conditions;
• therapy in practice reviews covering optimum management of specifi c conditions;
• evidence-based systematic review articles providing a critical appraisal of the available published literature on a specific disease or therapeutic question;
• Adis Clinical Q&A articles focussing on the clinical use of new drugs;
• Adis Drug Evaluations reviewing the properties and place in therapy of both newer and established drugs in dermatology;
• Original research articles will also be considered for publication
All manuscripts are subject to peer review by international experts. Letters to the editor are welcomed and will be considered for publication.