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The July 2014 edition of EMJ Interventional Cardiology has been characterised by excellent updates and reviews of the most contemporary topics in interventional cardiovascular therapeutics.
EMJ Hepatology provides the reader with comprehensive state-of-the-art overviews and a reliable summarisation of the latest hot topics in the field. I highly enjoyed reading the articles dealing with issues from basic science to clinically relevant subjects.
The 2014 issue of EMJ Neurology provided a wide-ranging overview of new knowledge from prominent authors in several important fields of neurology. The issue highlighted the work of ParadigMS, a peer-group of MS experts, along with symposium presentations from EFNS-ENS 2014. The issue provided a wonderful resource for readers interested in the most recent findings in neurology.
A journal like yours specifically, I think it has a good draw in terms of bringing us up-to-date in state-of-the-art relevant topics. I think that this may be the most important thing. I think that it is important for us, as this field is so wide, whenever you want to be abreast with one certain topic that you might not see every day, it is important not to read ten different journals.
First, the list of topics was very attractive. After reading the articles, I realised they were very accurate and gave me a great interest to read more on some subjects. Your journal is different from the others, mostly by the quality of the articles and the choice of the topics. Congratulations!
Congratulations on EMJ Urology, which is a valuable addition to the existing resources available to urologists and those working within the field of urology. In particular, I am impressed by your coverage of congresses and the quality of the papers published in the journal.
The latest edition of EMJ Cardiology is beautiful; the website is easy to access and the articles are easy to read. The information is current, and I recommend the Journal highly to young trainees in Cardiology and others who are specialists in Cardiovascular Medicine.
I loved the EMJ Cardiology 2014 publication; wonderful combination of current topical issues.
It is a great pleasure to work with you; I like the European Medical Journal and thank you again.
Now that I have had a chance to look at the first edition, I have really enjoyed reading some of the articles. I found the EULAR meeting update very useful as I did not get a chance to attend the meeting. The scientific articles were well written for a general rheumatology audience, had a good balance of clinical/scientific papers, and covered the whole spectrum of rheumatology. I will be recommending the journal to both my trainees and colleagues.
I very much enjoyed reading the articles published in the latest issue of EMJ Urology, which includes very interesting papers from basic science to robotic surgery. The website is very well organised and very attractive.
Thank you for the link to the last edition of EMJ Respiratory. Great job, it has been a great pleasure for me to work with all of you.
Collaboration between IBSA and the European Medical Journal: Working with the European Medical Journal alongside the European Association of Urology, the paper produced was not only delivered in a very efficient and timely manner, the quality was impressive and was well received from those involved in our Symposium. Being able to use a paper of this nature gives us an extra dimension to our follow-up activities. We are now looking forward to the delivery of the paper to a large European audienc…
Excellent material in the EMJ Nephrology Journal. Well done. Congratulations! I will certainly share this will my colleagues – for those who did not receive this.
Congratulations for the first issue of EMJ Nephrology. I have viewed the first issue with great joy and pride. I am happy to be a part of this Journal and I congratulate everyone who has put effort into this project.
If, like me, you missed this year’s ERA-EDTA annual congress, then the latest edition of the EMJ Nephrology is a great way to catch up with the news from the event. For those who heard the latest findings presented in Amsterdam, then there are some well-pitched review articles to flick through from the comfort of your tablet or computer. If that is not enough, the original references are only a tap of your finger away!
I found EMJ Hematology 2014 very well composed and very instructive.
The EMJ Hepatology Journal this year has accomplished to engage a number of high-profile authors to summarise and review state-of-the-art knowledge in many important areas of liver disease. I am very pleased to see so many outstanding colleagues contributing to this issue, which makes it a fantastic read for everyone interested in up-to-date concepts for managing liver disease.
I really appreciated the July 2014 issue of EMJ Nephrology with the highlights from the 51st Congress of the European Renal Association, the update on different aspects of polycystic kidney disease, and several other interesting and well-prepared reviews. Hopefully the journal will further keep the renal community in touch with the accelerating progress in the field of nephrology.