General Medical Journals and News
ADVANCE http://www.advanceweb.com medical and healthcare newsmagazines each serves a separate health care specialty, including the following:
- Administrators in Radiology & Radiation Oncology
- Radiologic Science Professionals
- Administrators of the Laboratory
- Medical Laboratory Professionals
- Health Information Executives
- Health Information Professionals
- Respiratory Care Practitioners
- Directors in Rehabilitation
- Physical Therapists and PT Assistants
- Occupational Therapy Practitioners
- Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists
- Providers of Post-Acute Care
- Nurse Practitioners
- Physician Assistants
Doctors Guide http://www.docguide.com/ provides general information and news for medical professionals, organized into channels, for example, AIDS, Alzheimer's, Cervical Cancer, Depression, Endocrinology, Multiple Sclerosis, Osteoporosis, Pregnancy, and Vascular Disorders.
Journal of the American Medical
(JAMA), is an international peer-reviewed general medical journal that began publication in 1883.
The LANCET http://www.thelancet.com is an international, multispeciality medical journal that has been published, uninterrupted, since 1823 and is the longest running medical journal in the World. Every article and piece of research is fully peer-reviewed and some articles are posted online at The LANCET Interactive.
Medscape http://www.medscape.com offers specialists, primary care physicians, and other health professionals a robust and integrated multi-specialty medical information and education tool. Access to Medscape is free, but requires a one-time membership registration. Medscape includes seven clinical eJournals, including Medscape General Medicine, the Web's first primary source, peer-reviewed, general medicine journal.
The New England Journal of Medicine http://www.nejm.org is published weekly and presents major reports of clinical research, review articles, opinion, and policy updates. Over 240,000 clinicians and other medical professionals in more than 120 countries subscribe to The New England Journal of Medicine.
Update: October 9, 2007