PUBLICATIONS

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Journal of Tropical Medicine and International Health

TMIH is the official journal of FESTMIH and is published on behalf of 5 partners: the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (London), the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute Basel (Switzerland), the Foundation Tropical Medicine and International Health, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), the Belgian Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerpen, (Belgium), the Bernhard-Nocht-Institute for Tropical Medicine Hamburg (Germany).

The journal has a wide scope in terms of content with articles on infectious and non-infectious disease, parasitology, clinical diseases and medicine of the tropics, epidemiological theory and fieldwork, tropical medical microbiology, medical entomology, tropical public health and community medicine, international health policy, health economics.

The journal has a wide geographical scope with contributions from Africa (30%), Europe (28%), Asia (20%), North America (10%), South America (7%), Australasia (4%) and the Middle East (1%).

See the Journal’s website for reasons to the read (free readings) and to submit (impact factor, reach of the journal). Check out the virtue issue on WASH – Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, the October 2017 issue with articles on the potential local transmission of Zika in municipalities of Antioquia, Colombia; the cascade of care to prevent mother-to-child transmission in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; the critical interpretive synthesis of barriers and facilitators to TB treatment in immigrant populations; a systematic review of the clostridium difficile infection in low- and middle-human development index countries, and more…

 

Other publications

From the Italian Society

The Giornale Italiano di Medicina Tropicale e Salute Globale – Italian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Global Health – is the official organ of the “Società Italiana di Medicina Tropicale e Salute Globale” – the “Italian Society of Tropical Medicine and Global Health” – (SIMET). The Editor-in-Chief of the Journal and Members of the Editorial Board are appointed by the Board of the Society for a four year assignment period. They must ensure the scientific quality of the journal, assisted by a highly qualified Advisory Committee.

In 2016, SIMET decided to create a new editorial format dedicated to specific topics selected by the Executive Board, that are exhaustively treated in monographic form by experts under the guide of selected coordinators (“Quaderni della Società Italiana di Medicina Tropicale e Salute Globale”).

Read more on the journal on the SIMET website.

From the Dutch society

MTb is the journal of the Netherlands Society for Tropical Medicine and International Health (NVTG), and is published 4 times per year. The NVTG invites authors to contribute to the magazine. Contact the NVTG for information about guidelines, topics and dates.

The journal is published in English covering current issues in global health and tropical medicine, with articles, reviews, case studies and book reviews. Read the latest issue on safe motherhood and reproductive health.

Through the archive of MTb previous issues can be accessed, for example on ‘From Tropical Medicine to Global Health’, conflict health, education in health, mental health, among others.

 From the Belgium Platform Be-Cause Health

The Belgium Platform for International health, Be-Cause health publishes on a regular basis Because Health matters, infographics and information papers on current issues in global health, such as on the sexual and reproductive health of young people and gender.

Read more about the activities of the Platform in in the 2016 annual report.

From the French Society

Members of the Société de Pathologie Exotique (SPE) and those subscribed to the Bulletin have online access to recent issues and the archives – which goes back to 1908. In 2010 le Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique is published by Springer.

Visit the SPE website if you wish more information on the Society’s Bulletin.

From the Royal Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (UK)

RSTMH publishes two international peer-reviewed journals, Transactions and International Health. They offer a comprehensive range of multidisciplinary research and review papers, covering topics ranging from public health and infectious diseases to health economics and healthcare systems.

Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene is an official journal of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. It publishes authoritative and impactful original, peer-reviewed articles and reviews on all aspects of tropical medicine. The journal offers a respected voice for clinicians, health-related scientists, development organisations and students in topics including clinical tropical medicine, infectious diseases, parasitology and entomology, microbiology and virology, epidemiology, chemotherapy, immunology and public health, including social science authoritative and impactful original, peer-reviewed articles and reviews on all aspects of tropical medicine.

This monthly journal offers a respected voice for clinicians, health-related scientists, development organisations and students in topics including clinical tropical medicine, infectious disease, parasitology and entomology, microbiology and virology, epidemiology, chemotherapy, immunology and public health. (Impact Factor: 2.279)

International Health is an official journal of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. It publishes original, peer-reviewed articles and reviews on all aspects of global health including the social and economic aspects of communicable and non-communicable diseases, health systems research, policy and implementation, and the evaluation of disease control programmes and healthcare delivery solutions.

It aims to stimulate scientific and policy debate and provide a forum for analysis and opinion sharing for individuals and organisations engaged in all areas of global health., peer-reviewed articles and reviews on all aspects of global health, including the social and economic aspects of communicable and non-communicable diseases, health systems research, policy and implementation, and the evaluation of disease control programmes and healthcare delivery solutions.

This bi-monthly journal aims to stimulate scientific and policy debate and provide a forum for analysis and opinion sharing for individuals and organisations engaged in all areas of global health. (Impact factor: 1.784)