The QJM Review Series Archive
QJM frequently publishes review series on selected topics to highlight key findings and emerging areas of research. Explore topics, listed by their year of publication.
Culture of Health - coming soon
“The health of a nation’s people is perhaps its most valuable asset.”
This review series examines how we can build a culture of health, providing unique perspectives, ideas, and knowledge on this important topic. 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.
Death and Dying
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.
QJM presents three State of the Art reviews addressing the pathogenesis of chronic pulmonary disease, in particular pulmonary fibrosis. The papers highlight the importance of proton-pump inhibitors in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), present a vision on how we will more precisely define IPF in the future, and reviews the future potential of Precision Medicine in IPF.
The cancer series highlights not only the extraordinary progress that has been made in cancer research, diagnostics, therapeutics, and disease outcomes but also the persistent challenges that lay ahead.