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The Postgraduate Medical Journal is an online journal that aims to publish high-quality literature for postgraduate medical students and doctors, although the general reader will find useful information here as well, given the easy-to-understand style of our writers. It is an open-access journal that publishes original research, review articles, case reports, clinical presentations, and editorial pieces.
The purpose of this platform is the dissemination of scientific and medical knowledge. It provides a forum for free publication of scientific articles, news about scientific events, and calls for papers.
Readers will get access to the newest research which is being done on health issues as varied as liver disease diabetes, cancer, and overactive bladder, as well as the novel treatment methods that are continually emerging. Furthermore, they will be informed about the medical technology and equipment which is being developed to more effectively tackle these issues.
WHO WE ARE
The staff at Postgraduate Medicine consists mainly of medical researchers, but also of experienced writers who have specialized in writing about the medical industry. We combine the in-depth knowledge of our researchers with the communication skills of our writers to provide the latest and greatest from the most recent research and publications. Common to all members of our staff is a shared commitment to enlightening the world with accurate medical information.
Our core values at Postgraduate Medicine are Education, Transparency, and Easy Access. We seek to educate our readers by giving them free and easy access to medical knowledge that is otherwise difficult to get one’s hands on. At the same time, we strive to live in accordance with these values through every step of our research process.
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