Journal information

ISSN: 2696-5631

 

The Spanish Journal of Medicine (Span J Med) is an official journal of the Spanish Society of Internal Medicine (SEMI). This is a recently launched publication (2020) dedicated mainly to the interest of internal medicine specialists. 

The Span J Med is an open access, online, English edition owned by SEMI. It publishes quarterly (4 issues per year) in collaboration with Permanyer. The topics covered include diagnostic techniques, drug therapy, laboratory findings, and clinical trials; published as original articles, reviews and updates or editorials.

The Spanish Journal of Medicine is indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), a community-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to high-quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals.

The Spanish Journal of Medicine follows a double-blind peer-review process for all submitted manuscripts. All papers are peer-reviewed by experts in different areas, approved by the editorial committee, and in line with our editorial policy

All the processes are conducted strictly under international ethical guidelines on the publication of biomedical research and information, as the steps are taken to ensure the integrity and accuracy of the research published. The journal will investigate any ethical infraction taking all reasonable measures for its prompt resolution, acting with proportionality and if necessary, involving the institutions of origin of those concerned.

The views and opinions expressed in this journal are exclusively those of the authors and not of the SEMI nor of Permanyer. The latter accepts no responsibility for any losses, claims, procedures, costs, expenses, damage, or other of any type or any form arising directly or indirectly from the content of the publication.

In order to submit your manuscript, visit: http://publisher.SpanishJMed.permanyer.com. Please take the time to read and follow the Instructions for authors , to guarantee that we have everything necessary for your manuscript to progress through the peer-review, production, and publication process.