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Military Medical Research

Military Medical Research

Editor-in-Chief: X.-B. Fu; X.-B. Fu

ISSN: 2054-9369 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40779

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  • Broad scope journal covers all area of military medicine and trauma including disaster preparation and disaster medicine
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  • Fully sponsored by the journal, so authors do not need to pay the APCs

Publishing the latest findings on basic medical science and clinical research related to military medicine, Military Medical Research encompasses topics including trauma and war surgery, disaster preparation and disaster medicine, CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear) medical countermeasures, environmental medicine, emergency medicine and critical care, infectious diseases, and military psychiatry and psychology. Offering expert peer review, this open access journal currently does not charge authors for article processing charges.

Related subjects » Anesthesiology

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    Military Medical Research is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing cutting-edge findings on basic medical science and clinical research that are related to military medicine.

    The journal aims to translate the basic science research into the clinical practice and combine advances in civilian and military medicine, with a special focus on the modern military medicine disciplines and the leading progress in precision medicine and translational medicine.

    Military Medical Research considers articles mainly related to the fields of trauma and war surgery, disaster medicine, emergency medicine and critical care, infectious diseases and military psychiatry/psychology. Topics of interest in Military Medical Research may also include, but are not limited to the following: CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear) medical countermeasures, mass casualty readiness and response, environmental medicine (including austere environments such as battlefields, high altitude, extreme cold and hot environments), aerospace medicine and marine medicine, and military training as well as health service.

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