JOURNALS YOU SHOULD CONSIDER READING
The updates posted on this page are simply a selection of items, mostly from the following journals, which I choose, perhaps arbitrarily, as being of possible interest to my readership. Your time permitting, you should consider looking at some or all of the following. Almost all of them now have an electronic table of contents, etoc, to which you can subscribe by giving the editors your Email address. The followinglist contains only open access journals. Among the most important pay per view journals are the American Journal of Epidemiology, the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, the International Journal of Epidemiology, the Journal of Infectious Diseases, and Vaccine. All of these occasionally post open access items.
For those interested in a particular topic, the NLM homepage. www.pubmed.gov, is a good starting point.
OPEN ACCESS SOURCES
The Cochrane Reviews, at www.cochrane.org Type in search term(s) for your subject(s) of interest.
The Lancet, www.thelancet.com Carries both open access and pay per view articles. The Lancet, a weekly, also publishes two monthlies, The Lancet Infectious Diseases and The Lancet Global Health, both accessible from the homepage of the main journal.
The New England Journal of Medicine, www.nejm.org
The British Medical Journal, www.bmj.com
The Weekly Epidemiological Record, www.who.int/wer
The Bulletin of the World Health Organization, www.who.int/bulletin
The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, www.cdc.gov/mmwr
Emerging Infectious Diseases, www.cdc.gov/eid
The Pan African Medical Journal, http://www.panafrican-med-journal.com
PLOS Medicine, www.plosmedicine.org
Journal of Population, Health and Nutrition, http://www.jhpn.net/index.php/jhpn
Malaria Journal, www.malariajournal.org