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Medicine. 100(38):e26689, September 24, 2021 September 24, 2021, Volume 100, Issue 38;
Both Dr. McCullough and Dr. Ourth were quite happy with the smooth publication process from submission to publication of their paper in Medicine®, Introducing clinical pharmacy specialists into interprofessional primary care teams. “It is always a relief as a researcher that you don't have to spend extra time on that,” says Dr. McCullough. They particularly appreciated the dissemination efforts by the journal on Twitter, which gained them considerable traction within the broader medical community.
Having had a positive experience with Medicine®, they would like to publish with the journal again. It’s broad range of topics and social media dissemination strategies truly make it a home for such research as theirs.
Read their blog post on Choosing Medicine® in Medicine® News.
Describing his publication experience with the journal, Dr. Axon says, "I was pleased with the timeframe for review. Lots of journals will take several months to get you peer review comments. Our process was only 5 months or so from initial submission to paper acceptance. To me this was a very efficient process that maintained the rigor of the peer-review and editorial review without taking an excessive amount of time.”
Read Dr. Axon’s blog, Deeper insight into adherence to Medicine®, here in Medicine News or click here for his recent paper, Hypertension, cholesterol and diabetes medication adherence, health care utilization and expenditure in a Medicare Supplemental sample.