Journal of General Internal Medicine

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The Journal of General Internal Medicine is the official journal of the Society of General Internal Medicine. It promotes improved patient care, research, and education in primary care, general internal medicine, and hospital medicine. Its articles focus on topics such as clinical medicine, epidemiology, prevention, health care delivery, curriculum development, and numerous other non-traditional themes, in addition to classic clinical research on problems in internal medicine.JGIM is ranked #1 in the Google Scholar H-5 Index of Primary Health Care, with a 2019 H-5 Index of 57. Why publish with us We are the official journal of the Society of General Internal Medicine, received by all Society members and ranked #1 in the Google Scholar H-5 Index of Primary Health Care. Highly accessible through SpringerLink, we publish to a broad audience, recording over 2.9 million article downloads in 2021. The journal publishes practice-based evidence to support evidence-based practice, in internal medicine, primary care and hospital medicine. With our rigorous and swift peer review process, the journal is highly rated by authors, with over 80% reporting an excellent or good publishing experience with us. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,814.

Journal of General Internal Medicine focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: health, care, report, medical, patient, al, patients, perceptions, risk, burnout, ...

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health, care, report, medical, patient, al, patients, perceptions, risk, burnout, commentary, controlled, review, hospital, quality, trial, training, pain, life, safety, case,

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