About the Journal
About the journal
The Medical Research Archives is the official journal of the European Society of Medicine. The journal was founded in 2014 and has published over 2,500 peer-reviewed articles across 11 volumes. Originally published both in print and online, the journal has since become a fully online and open-access publication. Issues are published monthly on the society’s website and on a variety of digital platforms.
The journal publishes original research, reviews, and case reports addressing health issues of interest to a global community of medical professionals. While issues of the journal are often focused around topics of particular interest to the society, submissions from non- members are most welcome. In addition to the regular issues there are also several theme issues released each year which are dedicated to a single disease or topic.
About the society
The European Society of Medicine is more than a professional association. We are a community. Our members work in countries all around the world, yet are united by a common goal: to promote health and health equity, globally.
Public health has always been a core focus of both the society and the Medical Research Archives. The society’s scientific resources translate into compelling advocacy messages to inspire change in healthcare policy and medical innovation. Reducing the burden of disease is a difficult challenge which often demands a multidisciplinary approach. The multitude of backgrounds from which our members come allows us to be stronger, speaking with one voice, when advocating for change.