Oxford University Press and AMSUS, the Society of Federal Health Professionals, are pleased to announce their new partnership to publish Military Medicine, the AMSUS bi-monthly scientific journal.
AMSUS, the Society of Federal Health Professionals, was founded in 1891 "for the purpose of advancing the knowledge of military surgery, medicine, and sanitation in the medical departments of the Army, the Navy, and the Marine-Hospital Service of the United States and of the militia of the different States." Today, AMSUS is the premier organization for federal health professionals, dedicated to the continual improvement for those who serve, and their families.
Military Medicine publishes original research papers, systematic reviews and meta-analysis from international experts, and editorials focusing on the full range of medical issues of importance to Federal Health Professionals. It is the unique international journal that offers comprehensive articles from public health, psychological, medical, surgical, and rehabilitation viewpoints.
William Haffner. MD, and Stephen Rothwell, PhD, the two editors in chief, with the assistance of editor Charles Rice, MD, and Associate Editor Laura Talbot, RN, PhD, as well as the journal's editorial board set policy for the peer review and publication of more than 400 original research articles and commentaries a year as well as approximately three special issues a year.
William Haffner, MD states "In its distinguished 125 year history of continuous publication, Military Medicine has established a truly unique and highly effective niche among the many health-related journals that are currently published. The editorial team looks forward to working with Oxford University Press and AMSUS leadership in continuing to publish articles of the highest quality related to military operational medicine, federal medicine, and applied public health."
Chris Reid, Senior Publisher at Oxford University Press said "OUP are really excited to be partnering with such a prestigious and well established journal. The service mission of Military Medicine makes them an ideal partner for OUP and our mission focused approach. We're very enthusiastic about a highly successful future together."
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