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European Medical Journal release – EMJ Hepatology 6.1

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European Medical Journal release specialist publication ejournal Hepatology 6.1

 The MedBIC is Anglia Ruskin’s Business Innovation Centre for Medical and Advanced Engineering. Located on the Chelmsford Campus it’s home to 21 businesses in over 1000sq.m of fully serviced office and innovation space.

One such company is European Medical Journal (EMJ) who has been with the MedBIC since August 2014.

EMJ is an open-access medical journal, providing coverage of sixteen therapeutic areas including Medical Innovations, Cardiology, Oncology, and more, in addition to the flagship journal: the EMJ. Each journal provides the reader with the latest medical congress highlights, abstract reviews, and peer-reviewed articles to name but a few of its wide content selection. Flagship EMJ journals are also published quarterly, bringing an assortment of research papers from a variety of topics, alongside unique features and interviews. 

EMJ’s most recent eJournal is Hepatology 6.1

 

“EMJ Hepatology 6.1 has arrived. This impressive eJournal marks the European Medical Journal’s third specialist publication to be released this year, following the success of EMJ Innovations 2.1 and EMJ Urology 6.1. As well as a host of peer-reviewed articles, this new edition contains a thorough review of the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) International Liver Congress (ILC), which this year took place in Paris, France, from the 11th–15th of April.”

European Medical Journal Hepatology 6.1

 

To read the full journal please go to https://www.emjreviews.com/hepatology/journal/emj-hepatology-6-1-2018/

 EMJ is always looking for members of the healthcare community to get involved, and there are plenty of opportunities to do so if you’re interested. Featuring an online blog where both medical professionals, and members of the public can actively share their opinions about the most recent medical discoveries, debates, and controversies, we welcome contributions on relevant and topical subjects.

For any members of the medical world who wish to act as editorial board members, peer-reviewers, or even authors by contributing articles to EMJ’s journals, then please do get in contact to learn more: editor@emjreviews.com .  For general enquiries please contact hello@emjreviews.com