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European Journal of Internal Medicine is the official journal of the European Federation of Internal Medicine and is the reference scientific journal for the European academic and non-academic internists.
The journal is devoted to promoting science and practice in internal medicine in Europe. To this end, the journal publishes original articles, editorials, reviews, internal medicine flashcards, and other information relevant to internal medicine and related fields.
About the Society
The European Journal of Internal Medicine is the official journal of The European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM), a scientific organization founded in 1996 through a merger of its predecessor AEMI and the Forum of Presidents of National Internal Medicine Societies in Europe. EFIM brings together the national societies of internal medicine in each of the European countries, both inside and outside the European Union. EFIM currently comprises 36 member Societies representing over 40,000 internists.
The European Journal of Internal Medicine is the leading journal for the European internist, covering all aspects of internal medicine, the journal is devoted to promoting the science and practice of internal medicine in Europe. It publishes original scientific articles, editorials, review articles and other information relevant to internal medicine and related fields. The European Journal of Internal Medicine is a home to articles for several subspecialty topics covering the clinical practice of the internist.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Pledge - European Journal of Internal Medicine
The European Journal of Internal Medicine values inclusion and diversity across research, through its various lenses, be it authorship, reviewers, or editors. This is in line with Elsevier’s support of the joint commitment for action on inclusion and diversity in publishing.
We are committed to continue achieving the gender parity we have been able to accomplish and to continue expanding strategies to measure and achieve diversity across multiple domains. Equity and inclusion in publishing is critically important for scientific excellence and innovation. We believe passionately in the power of an inclusive publishing environment, not only to do what is right, but to enrich, strengthen and advance us all.