La Prensa Medica Argentina is considered as one of the world’s most renowned journal in the field of Medicine. The Journal is indexed in Scopus, Scimago (H Index-5), Google Scholar, British Library, EBSCO, MIAR, Index Copernicus (Value: 98.19), Research Gate, OCLC World Cat. Also, it is one of the oldest journals currently publishing articles in 106 volume. The editorial board members are highly distinguished, eminent scientists; professors from across the world ensuring high quality of articles are published in the Journal.
La Prensa Medica Argentina promotes rigorous research that makes a significant contribution in advancing knowledge in the field of medicine. The journal is characterized by the rapid reporting of reviews, original research and clinical studies across all disease areas.
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La Prensa Medica Argentina SRL has been distinguished with the Business Excellence Award 2019, in the category of "Best Medical Journal Publishing Company 2019- Argentina".
La Prensa Medica Argentina is now an official publishing partner of USAR Conferences 2019, Czech Republic, Europe.
Reasons to publish with La Prensa Medica Argentina
High standard, rigorous peer review
106 years old journal quality and reputation
Supported by a network of prestigious journals and societies Immediate open access
Freely available to read, download and share
Fully compliant with all open access mandates
Aims and Scope
La Prensa Medica Argentina covers the broadest range of scope of topics related to Medicine. The journal publishes original, high quality, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of general internal medicine, primary care, family practice, clinical epidemiology, health service research, decision analysis, behavioral science, clinical ethics, psychosocial issues, and medical education, among others.
All the peer reviewed articles published in the journal would be displayed in the archival page of the journal. La Prensa Medica Argentina displays all the published materials and articles in the archival page to identify and find relative article for citation.