Journal of Integrative Medicine
Journal of Integrative Medicine (JIM) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal. The predecessor of JIM is the Journal of Chinese Integrative Medicine (JCIM, www.jcimjournal.com). With this new, English-language publication, we are committed to making JIM an international platform for publishing high-quality papers on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and an open forum in which the different professions and international scholarly communities can exchange views, share research and their clinical experience, discuss CAM education, and confer about issues and problems in our various disciplines and in CAM as a whole in order to promote integrative medicine.
JIM is indexed/abstracted in: Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), MEDLINE/PubMed, Scopus, Excerpta Medica Database (EMBase), Chemical Abstracts (CA), International Pharmaceutical Abstracts, CSA Natural Sciences, CAB Abstracts, Global Health, Index Copernicus, EBSCO, and Ulrich's Periodicals Directory.
JIM Editorial Office uses ThomsonReuters ScholarOne Manuscripts as submitting and review system (submission link: http://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/jcim-en).
JIM is published bimonthly. Manuscripts submitted to JIM should be written in English. Article types include but are not limited to randomized controlled and pragmatic trials, translational and patient-centered effectiveness outcome studies, case series and reports, clinical trial protocols, preclinical and basic science studies, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, papers on methodology and CAM history or education, conference proceedings, editorials, commentaries, short communications, book reviews, and letters to the editor.
Our purpose is to publish a prestigious international journal for studies in integrative medicine. To achieve this aim, we seek to publish high-quality papers on any aspects of integrative medicine, such as acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda medicine, herbal medicine, homeopathy, nutrition, chiropractic, mind-body medicine, taichi, qigong, meditation, and any other modalities of CAM; our commitment to international scope ensures that research and progress from all regions of the world are widely covered. These ensure that articles published in JIM have the maximum exposure to the international scholarly community.
JIM can help its authors let their papers reach the widest possible range of readers, and let all those who share an interest in their research field be concerned with their study.
Editors-in-Chief Wei-kang Zhao , Lixing Lao
Thu Mar 06
1 Hiroyasu Satoh Pharmacological characteristics of Kampo medicine as a mixture of constituents and ingredients Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 11-16 2 Wei-kang Zhao | Lixing Lao | Chang-quan Ling Introducing the Journal of Integrative Medicine Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 1 3 Arthur Yin Fan | Ziyi Fan Dr. Ralph Coan: a hero in establishing acupuncture as a profession in the United States Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 39-44 4 Erol Arslan | Selim SayÄ±n | Åeref DemirbaÅ | Mustafa Ãakar | Nazire GÃ¶kÃ§e Somak | Åirzat YeÅilkaya | Kenan SaÄ±lam A case study report of acute renal failure associated with Nigella sativa in a diabetic patient Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 64-66 5 Martin Schencking | Stefan Wilm | Marcus Redaelli A comparison of Kneipp hydrotherapy with conventional physiotherapy in the treatment of osteoarthritis: a pilot trial Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 17-25 6 Marie-France Couilliot | VÃ©ronique Darees | GÃ©rard Delahaye | Philippe Ercolano | Maud CarcaillÃ© | Pavla Vytopilova | Bruno Tenenbaum | Eric Vicaut Acceptability of an acupuncture intervention for geriatric chronic pain: an open pilot study Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 26-31 7 Stephen D. Anton | Kacey Heekin | Carrah Simkins | Andres Acosta Differential effects of adulterated versus unadulterated forms of linoleic acid on cardiovascular health Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 2-10 8 Chung-wah Cheng | Shu-fei Fu | Qing-hui Zhou | Tai-xiang Wu | Hong-cai Shang | Xu-dong Tang | Zhi-shun Liu | Jia Liu | Zhi-xiu Lin | Lixing Lao | Ai-ping LÃ¼ | Bo-li Zhang | Bao-yan Liu | Zhao-xiang Bian Extending the CONSORT Statement to moxibustion Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 54-63 9 Hanjo Lehmann Acupuncture in ancient China: How important was it really? Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 45-53 10 Zhao-guo Li | Jian-ming Tan Comparative study on WHO Western Pacific Region and World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies international standard terminologies on traditional medicine: Diseases in External Medicine (Part 1) Journal of Integrative Medicine, Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 67-71
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