Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine has been published since 1965, and is devoted to promoting internal medicine and its subspecialties in Romania and Eastern Europe. The journal appears quarterly and it publishes, after a peer-review process, original scientific articles, review articles, editorials, case reports and other information relevant to internal medicine and related fields, evidence-based medicine and medical education. Our intended readership includes clinicians, clinical researchers, managers, medical educators and other persons involved in providing medical care.
Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine is published by "N Gh Lupu" Foundation of Internal Medicine and Romanian Academy".
Why subscribe and read
Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine is dedicated to a broad audience interested in Internal Medicine. From junior physicians to highly experienced clinicians, material published in Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine aims at pinpointing novel aspects of Internal Medicine alongside with educational reviews that summarize relevant literature body of evidence from a specific Internal Medicine matter. Therefore the journal interests at the same time researchers and clinicians that share concerns in Internal Medicine. At last, but not the least, the aim of this journal is to revigorate the concept of Internal Medicine.
Researchers in Internal Medicine all over the world are encouraged to submit their work at Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine. Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine offers:
High standard and rigorous peer-review process.
A quick and easy online submission (e-mail us main documents with figures and cover letter) at email@example.com.
Internationally recognized Editorial Board that includes Internal Medicine Professors and Associate Professors from prestigious Medicine Universities all over the world.
Similarity Check Plagiarism Screening System The editorial board is participating in a growing community of Similarity Check System’s users in order to ensure that the content published is original and trustworthy. Similarity Check is a medium that allows for comprehensive manuscripts screening, aimed to eliminate plagiarism and provide a high standard and quality peer-review process.
Editor-in-Chief Gheorghe-Andrei Dan, University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Carol Davila", Colentina University Hospital, Romania †Coman Tanasescu, University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Carol Davila", Romania
Deputy/ Managing Editor Cristian Baicus, University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Carol Davila", Colentina University Hospital, Romania
Editorial Advisory Board Monica Acalovschi (Romania) Dimitrios Anyfantakis (Greece) Serban Balanescu (Romania) Daniela Bartos (Romania) Antonio Bayes de Luna (Spain) Miron A. Bogdan (Romania) Ion V. Bruckner (Romania) Razvan M. Chirila (USA) Maria Dorobantu (Romania) Pierre Duhaut (France) Dan L. Dumitrascu (Romania) Carmen Fierbinteanu-Braticevici (Romania) Krzysztof J. Filipiak (Poland) Zlatko Fras (Slovenia) Carmen Ginghina (Romania) Alexandru Incze (Romania) Constantin Ionescu-Targoviste (Romania) Juan Carlos Kaski (UK) Petru Manu (USA) Felipe Martinez (Argentina) Antonio Martinez-Rubio (Spain) Mona Munteanu (France) Dana Pop (Romania) Irinel Popescu (Romania) Francesco Portaluppi (Italy) Pietro Portincasa (Italy) Tania Potpara (Serbia) Vlad Ratziu (France) Adalbert Schiller (Romania) Adrian Streinu-Cercel (Romania) Radu Tanasescu (UK) Reimar W. Thomsen (Denmark) Gabriel Ungureanu (Romania) Doina Velican (Romania) Dragos Vinereanu (Romania) Marius M. Vintila (Romania) Victor Voicu (Romania) Mihai Voiculescu (Romania) Radu Voiosu (Romania) Dumitru Zdrenghea (Romania)
Editors Anca R. Dan, Colentina University Hospital (Romania) Paul Balanescu, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Carol Davila (Romania)