Journal of Clinical Epidemiology
The Journal of Clinical Epidemiology aims at promoting the quality of clinical and patient-oriented health care research through the advancement and application of innovative methods of:
- conducting and presenting primary research;
- synthesizing research results;
- disseminating results;
- and translating results into optimal clinical practice;
- with special attention to the training of new generations of scientists and clinical practice leaders.
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology has an Impact Factor of 5.478 according to the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® 2014 and is ranked 6th of 158 journals in the Public, Environmental & Occupational Health category.
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