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- How do I subscribe to EMJ?
- How much does it cost to subscribe?
- How long will my subscription last?
- What is included in my subscription?
- How do I unsubscribe?
- The European Medical Journal is ‘Open Access’, but what does this mean?
- Which Therapeutic Areas does the European Medical Journal cover?
- What is included in a journal?
- What congresses do you review?
- How often does EMJ publish a journal?
- How do I search for content in my speciality area?
- Do you have a guide for authors?
- Does it cost to submit an article?
- How do I submit an article to EMJ?
- Is EMJ peer-reviewed?
- How can I become a peer-reviewer?
- Is EMJ indexed anywhere?
- What is EMJ’s Impact Factor?
- Is there a print version of EMJ?
- What is the difference between EMJ and EMG?
- How do I submit a blog post?
- Is EMJ on social media?
- How can I find out about a career with EMJ?
- I am experiencing problems with my EMJ subscription, who can I contact to help?
- How do I make a complaint?
- How do I ask permission to reprint all or part of an article?
- How do I ask permission to reproduce a figure or image from an EMJ journal?
- Who can I contact with a media enquiry?
How do I subscribe to EMJ?
To subscribe to the European Medical Journal, just click here, and fill out the mailing list form. Once we have added you to our database, you will receive a welcome email informing you of the therapeutic areas you have subscribed to, but remember this is your account, and you can change your preferences whenever you want to.
How much does it cost to subscribe?
How long will my subscription last?
What is included in my subscription?
When you subscribe to EMJ, you’re in charge of deciding which therapeutic areas you want to receive updates for – maybe you’re interested in one specific field, or maybe you want to receive updates for them all! Each subscription will allow you to receive quarterly newsletters, and publication alerts for the areas you choose, straight to your inbox.
How do I unsubscribe?
We never want to see you go, but if you would like to unsubscribe from the European Medical Journal, you can do one of the following:
- Send an email to [email protected] stating ‘unsubscribe’
- Click the ‘unsubscribe’ button at the bottom of the EMJ newsletter you receive.
The European Medical Journal is ‘Open Access’, but what does this mean?
‘Open Access’ means that all of our EMJ content is readily available to anyone who wishes to access it. We take pride in the fact our content is completely free for you to read, allowing researchers, healthcare professionals and the public unrestricted access to the most up to date research.
Which Therapeutic Areas does the European Medical Journal cover?
We cover 16 different therapeutic areas:
- Allergy & Immunology
- Interventional Cardiology
- Reproductive Health
What is included in a journal?
Each journal provides the reader with the latest medical congress highlights specific to that therapeutic area, abstract reviews, interviews with members of our EMJ Editorial Board, abstract reviews, and peer-reviewed articles. You might also find events, the latest medical news updates, and symposium reviews inside.
Not only will you find high-quality scientific content; those of you with a craving for all things visual will enjoy our eye-catching illustrations of the beautiful cities where each congress takes place.
What congresses do you review?
Please find below a list of the European congresses we cover for each therapeutic area:
- Allergy and Immunology – European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress (EAACI)
- Cardiology – European Society of Cardiology Congress (ESC)
- Dermatology – European Academy of Dermatology and Venerology Congress (EADV)
- Diabetes – European Association for the Study of Diabetes Congress
- Gastroenterology – United European Gastroenterology Congress (UEG)
- Hematology – European Hematology Association Congress (EHA)
- Hepatology – International Liver Congress (ILC)
- Innovations – Medica Trade Fair (MEDICA)
- Interventional Cardiology – EuroPCR Congress
- Nephrology – European Renal Association and European Dialysis & Transplant Association Congress
- Neurology – European Academy of Neurology Congress (EAN)
- Oncology – European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO)
- Reproductive Health – European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology Congress (ESHRE)
- Respiratory – European Respiratory Society Congress (ERS)
- Rheumatology – European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR)
- Urology – European Academy of Urology Congress (EAU)
How often does EMJ publish a journal?
Therapeutic area journals are published once a year, but we understand that this may be too long to wait between healthcare updates, which is why our flagship journals are published every four months.
How do I search for content in my speciality area?
To search for content from a specific therapeutic area, there are three ways to do this with EMJ.
- You can search for the area, or content you’re interested in using the search bar in the top right corner of the screen when you’re on our website.
- You can click on ‘therapeutic area’ and select your medical field of choice.
- You can select ‘Journals’ at the top of the EMJ website, and scroll down to see the latest content from EMJ.
Do you have a guide for authors?
If you’re interested in becoming an author with EMJ, but aren’t sure where to start, take a look at our author guidelines here.
Does it cost to submit an article?
How do I submit an article to EMJ?
Submitting an article to EMJ could not be easier. All manuscripts should be submitted through our online submission system, , where you will find help on how to register and step by step instructions on how to submit your paper. However, if you have any problems do contact us. Once your paper has been successfully submitted it will be allocated a manuscript number which you must keep for any future correspondence.
Is EMJ peer-reviewed?
All submissions to EMJ are initially reviewed by the Editorial team. At this stage, papers may be rejected without peer review if we feel that they are not of high enough priority or quality or not within the scope of the journal. This ensures that authors are given a quick decision if their paper is unsuitable. Papers that are not rejected in the initial review process will be sent out for peer review to a minimum of two independent reviewers. The process is double blinded. Papers will be selected for publication based on peer review feedback, compliance of the author in making the modifications, and Editor’s final choice. Articles which fail peer review will be rejected.
How can I become a peer-reviewer?
Is EMJ indexed anywhere?
What is EMJ’s Impact Factor?
Is there a print version of EMJ?
What is the difference between EMJ and EMG?
The European Medical Group (EMG) aims to provide high-quality information for healthcare professionals across all specialities, and with the goal of becoming the go-to place for healthcare professionals by 2025, is the hub where you will find the latest careers, medical news updates, videos, press releases and blogs spanning the field of medicine.
How do I submit a blog post?
If you’re interested in contributing towards the EMJ Blog, please do take a read through our blog terms and conditions which can be found towards the bottom of our to ensure your piece complies with our guidelines, before contacting us to express your interest. Once you’ve sent us a message, someone from our Product Development team will be in touch with you to explain how our blog submission process works, and then your piece can be on its way to hopefully being published with EMJ!
Is EMJ on social media?
How can I find out about a career with EMJ?
If you’re looking for the opportunity to develop yourself personally, and progress within the company with ongoing support and training offered throughout the year, take a look at our to see if your skills and experience fit EMJ. However, if you take a look, and are unable to see a job description which looks right for you, send our recruiter your CV – you don’t know unless you try!
I am experiencing problems with my EMJ subscription, who can I contact to help?
If you’re experiencing any issues with your EMJ subscription, contact us, and we will do our best to help resolve the issue.
How do I make a complaint?
If you have a complaint in relation to EMJ, please do contact us, and we will aim to get back to you as soon as possible with an answer. We’re dedicated to providing our readers with cutting-edge research, and don’t like to see any member of our EMJ Community unhappy, so will do all we can to assist you with your complaint.
How do I ask permission to reprint all or part of an article?
How do I ask permission to reproduce a figure or image from an EMJ journal?
Who can I contact with a media enquiry?
Please direct all media enquiries for EMJ to Stacey Rivers.