Our authors are not simply critical observers, but also distinguished actors in the health care sector. They are not only familiar with the need for information, but also with the concerns and difficulties of their colleagues.
This allows them to publish journals that are not geared toward the interests of third parties, but rather focus entirely upon the needs and interests of their target audience.
Peer reviewing only works when the process is clear, objective and fair. We bear this in mind.
For online reviewing, our scientific journals employ the web-based manuscript management system “Editorial Manager.” There you can easily submit your article online using a robust and user-friendly platform. You can upload a large array of file formats and are subsequently informed of the manuscript’s status at all times.
All articles are evaluated by the editorial offices of our journals. Additionally, the articles are reviewed by external experts (single blind peer review).
The guidelines for authors are based on the recommendations of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors ("Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals").
An open discussion platform for all professionals involved or interested in the health care sector: the Swiss Medical Journal publishes articles on medical professional policy, health policy, public health issues, and economic, legal, ethical, cultural and other topics.
The Swiss Medical Forum publishes articles from the entire spectrum of medicine: review articles, case reports in various formats, innovations and guidelines from medical societies.
After the Official Announcements, Primary and Hospital Care offers in-depth reading matter on current topics in outpatient and inpatient basic care in the sections Learning, Teaching and Research and Reflecting.
The main focus of Cardiovascular Medicine is education, with review articles by renowned experts on the latest topics and innovations in cardiology, angiology, hypertension, cardiovascular surgery and related areas. These articles are complemented by a wide range of other sections.
In the human body, synapses are the junctions between nerve cells. They transmit, link and modulate information throughout the brain and nervous system. This is exactly what Synapse also wants - to transmit information, create links and have a modulating effect.
The aim of Swiss Medical Informatics is to provide a platform for scientific research and practice reports and information on evidence-based medical informatics.
Supplement booklets are suitable for publication of abstracts from medical congresses or for the publication of extensive text contributions. Please do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to advise you.