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Professor Seamas Donnelly

About the journal

QJM: An International Journal of Medicine is a leading general medical journal focusing on internal medicine, publishing peer-reviewed articles which promote medical science and practice.

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Death & Dying Review Series

This review series addresses some of the key issues surrounding our understandings of death and dying, which provide captivating insights and highlight some important concerns of researchers working in this broad and varied field.

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Culture of Health Review Series

Our invited reviewers discuss subjects from redefining health to the ‘American Health Care Paradox’, patient engagement and making healthy choices to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of Health Action Framework.

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Review Series Archive

QJM publishes Review Series on key topics to highlight important issues in medicine.

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Top cited research

Explore the most highly cited articles to publish QJM to expand your knowledge. Available to read for free online until 31st December 2017.

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QJM publishes peer-reviewed articles on internal medicine, which promote medical science and practice. The journal accepts original papers, editorials, reviews, commentary papers to air controversial issues, and correspondence.

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We invite our readers to submit photographs for consideration for the cover of QJM. Photographs can be in black and white or colour and of high definition (> 300 dpi, File size < 5MB).

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