Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
The Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine is a scientific and educational publication featuring articles ranging from evidence-based reviews and original research papers to editorials and personal views.
Edited by Dr Kamran Abbasi, JRSM has been published continuously since 1809. JRSM has full editorial independence of the RSM and features well-argued debate and dissent on important clinical topics. Although UK-based, it publishes articles of interest and relevance to clinicians internationally.
RSM members have free access to JRSM by logging into e-journals on the Resources page of this website.
JRSM Open is a companion publication to the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. Previously known as JRSM Short Reports, JRSM Open is a successful peer-reviewed, open-access journal, meaning there are no subscription barriers for readers.
The aim of JRSM Open is to influence clinical practice and policy making across the whole range of medicine. JRSM Open has an international and multispecialty readership that includes primary care and public health professionals. It accepts articles of interest to any reader involved with improving patient care and publishes case reports, research papers and clinical reviews. A fee, to cover article processing and open access, is payable once an article is accepted for publication. The editor of JRSM Open is Dr Kamran Abbasi.
RSM members have free access to JRSM Open by logging into e-journals on the Resources page of this website.
JRSM and JRSM Open both aim to influence clinical practice and policy making across the whole range of medicine. When you publish in JRSM or JRSM Open, you will get: