Site Last Update
July 15, 2015
MedJoL (Medical Journals Links) is a human managed resource that compiles information on 11,000+ peer reviewed medical journals, including subscription and open access journals in all branches of biomedicine and medicine.
It lists journal ISO abbreviations and, when publicly disclosed by publishers, the most recent journal impact factors (IF®)(©Thomson Reuters/JCR) or alternatively unofficial IFs. For further details, see the FAQ page.
The list of journals is updated continually, whereas IFs are updated during the summer/fall, once the latter are made public by publishers. For instance, 2015 IFs will not be available until the summer/fall of 2016.
Site Search - Word Index
To browse journals by medical specialty, just click the appropriate navigation button at the left column.
At the top of every discipline page, there is a word (tag) cloud, which gives a qualitative account of the keyword frequency in each page. The more frequent a keyword is, the bigger it appears.
To search Site pages with specific journals or medical-related words, please use the search tool box at the top right side of every page. To match an exact phrase use quotes (e.g., "journal of medical science").
To browse the most recent Site word index click here or click the green button () at the top of every page. Only words in the Homepage and specialty pages are indexed.
The classic version of MedJol was designed for desktops and laptops, although it works well on iPads and PC tablets. The mobile version is suited for small (width 640 px) devices such as smartphones and small tablets.
Visitors accessing MedJol from small devices will be automatically redirected to its mobile version. Please, consider that due to its large file size some mobile devices will be unable to handle MedJol effectively.
This resource is intended for health students, scholars and professionals, including physicians, carers, writers, policy makers and researchers, and does not provide medical advice or information. If you have medical questions, please contact your physician or health care provider.
Biodila, a medical editing company from Mebane, North Carolina (USA), created and funds, together with sponsors, MedJol.
MedJoL in Numbers
From 1/1/14 to 12/31/14
from 130+ countries
Total journals listed
as of 1/03/14
Journal inclusion is subject to verification, review and approval by MedJol editors.
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