Annals of Internal Medicine
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Annals of Internal Medicine
Pays Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
Langue anglais
Genre revue médicale
Date de fondation 1927

ISSN 00034819 (print)
15393704 (electronic)
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Annals of Internal Medicine (Ann Intern Med) est une revue médicale existant depuis 1927[1] et crée par l'American College of Physicians (ACP). Elle publie des articles de revue et sur la recherche en médecine interne. Son éditeur actuel est Harold C. Sox.

Son facteur d'impact est 14,8 en 2006[2], ce qui fait de cette revue l'une des plus influentes parmi les revues de médecines cliniques, seulement dépassée par JAMA, The Lancet et New England Journal of Medicine. En 2005, les Annals' étaient publiées à environ 90 000 exemplaires[2].

Notes et références

  1. Brief History of Annals, Harold C. Sox. Consulté le 1er mai 2008
  2. a et b Information for Authors. Consulté le 1er mai 2008

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