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Family Practice

Family Practice è una rivista internazionale rivolta a professionisti, docenti e ricercatori nel campo della medicina di famiglia, medicina generale e cure primarie sia nei paesi sviluppati e sia in quelli via di sviluppo.

La rivista copre i settori dell’assistenza sanitaria, l’epidemiologia e la sanità pubblica, l’istruzione medica e sociologia medica, la promozione della salute e prevenzione delle malattie, revisioni sistematiche e metodi di ricerca di cure primarie. Family Practice non pubblica studi di casi clinici o articoli su formazione medica.

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Editore: Oxford University Press
Fondazione: 1984
Periodicità: Mensile
Abbreviazione: Fam Pract
Issn: 0263-2136 (P) 1460-2229 (E)
Abstract | Indexing: CAB Abstracts ,Current Contents® /Clinical Medicine, EMBASE, Excerpta Medica Abstract Journals, Journal Citation Reports /Science Edition, PubMed, Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch®)
Impact factor: 1.828 (2013)
Argomento: Medicina di base, Medicina generale
Audience: Medici di famiglia, Medici di medicina generale

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