Médecine is a medical publication dealing with all aspects of primary care practice and not just prescription.
The journal Médecine supports a patient-centered medicine and Evidence Based Medicine (EBM). It provides its readers rationally-argued discussions about all aspects of their practice, including health products and therapeutic strategies or contextual factors affecting the doctor-patient relationship.
Médecine, editorial excellence guarantee
Written for physicians by practicing physicians, Médecine is an essential tool for all primary care providers, especially GPs.
It gets an interdisciplinary editorial Board ensuring the quality of the articles published through the peer-reviewing manuscripts.
Médecine, the answer to high standards and needs of the Education
Volume 20, issue 1, January 2024
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Here you will find all JLE policies regarding publication in our journals. JLE journals follow the recommendations of the ICMJE (International Committee of Medical Journal Editors). These guidelines are the reference for best practices and ethical standards for the conduct and presentation of research and other information published in medical journals.
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Ahead of print
By Rodolphe Charles
Online since 17/07/2023
By Mathilde Fournial
Online since 04/07/2020
From rickets to vitamin D supplementation. A short history of the production of evidence in medicine
By Aurélien Falcon
By Pierre-Vladimir Ennezat
By Marie Miller
By Philippe Casassus