JAMA Internal Medicine is an international peer-reviewed journal providing innovative and clinically relevant research for practitioners in general internal medicine and internal medicine subspecialities. We strive to publish articles that are stimulating to read, educate and inform readers with the most up-to-date research, and lead to positive change in our health care systems and the way we deliver patient care.
Formerly titled Archives of Internal Medicine and renamed in 2013, JAMA Internal Medicine receives regular attention from major media, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Reuters Health, and US News and World Report, as well as social media outlets around the world. Articles published in JAMA Internal Medicine have led to actions by the FDA and congressional hearings on matters of patient safety that have put into place better measures to protect the public. The journal's 2013 impact factor is 13.25.
The editor of JAMA Internal Medicine is Rita F. Redberg, MD, MSc, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, San Francisco, California. Dr. Redberg leads a team of recognized and respected experts who serve as deputy, associate, and section editors and as members of the publication’s editorial board.
The journal is published online each week, with most major manuscripts published online first, followed by a complete print issue published every month. The journal receives approximately 3.7 million online visits annually, with 7.3 million page views and 4 million article downloads. We receive more than 3000 submissions per year, of which we accept approximately 12%. Manuscripts undergo rigorous peer review and careful statistical assessment within 2 to 3 weeks of submission; the interval between acceptance and publication is 87 days.
Features of the JAMA Internal Medicine include the following :
- Original Investigations - Randomized trials, intervention studies, studies of screening and diagnostic tests, cohort studies and cost-effectiveness studies covering diagnostic and therapeutic advances, many accompanied by Invited Commentaries
- Review Articles - Systematic reviews that bring into focus state-of-the-art research and practice
- Less is More - Collection of articles that document cases in which less health care results in better health, with commentary on implications for clinical practice
- Online First Articles - Read articles weeks before they appear in the print issue
- CME Quiz - Earn more than 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ CME credits per year
- Challenges in Clinical Electrocardiography - Read a case then answer a question based on an accompanying ECG image
- Author Interviews - Listen to authors discuss their research and gain a deeper understanding of a study's objectives, findings, and implications
- E-mail alerts - Find out when material of interest to you is published
- PowerPoint Image Downloads - Easily incorporate images from JAMA Internal Medicine into your presentations
- Video Supplements - Watch short videos accompanying selected articles
- PDF Downloads - Print and save articles of interest to you
Rita F. Redberg, MD, MSc
Deborah Grady, MD, MPH, San Francisco, California
Mitchell H. Katz, MD, Los Angeles, California
Patrick G. O'Malley, MD, MPH, Washington, DC
John W. Boscardin, PhD,San Francisco, California
John M. Neuhaus, PhD, San Francisco, California
Kenneth E. Covinsky, MD, MPH, San Francisco, California
Joseph S. Ross, MD, MHS
Raman R. Khanna, MD, MAS, San Francisco, California
Kathleen M. McKibbin, MD, Winnetka, Illinois
Blake Charlton, MD, San Francisco, California
Rachel Stern, MD, San Francisco, California
Charlotte Dudley, San Francisco, California
Kate Denevan, San Francisco, California