Current Medicine Research and Practice

A Publication of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Current Medicine Research and Practice - ISSN 2352-0817
Volumes: Volume 10
Issues: 6 issues
ISSN: 23520817
Editor-in-Chief: Nundy

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Current Medicine Research and Practice (CMRP, formerly, The Ganga Ram Journal) is a peer-reviewed publication of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. The journal is published bi-monthly and is circulated to all major medical institutions in India.

The journal accepts original articles on clinical/laboratory research in the field of medicine, and review articles on topics of current interest. In addition, the journal features articles of educational value to postgraduate students such as "Research Methods" and "Technology Updates". CMRP aims at publishing articles with a special focus on health in developing countries, which highlight the common problems of the region and their possible solutions. Our aim is to stimulate high quality medical research and support evidence based medical practice in India and its neighboring countries. In the recent past we have published articles on Corruption in Indian Medicine which was extensively covered and discussed in both the national and international media. We also carried a retrospective 18 year survey on Burns in the Jammu region which highlighted the fact that women were overwhelmingly more affected than men and nearly three quarters of those admitted to hospital died.

The journal has a special section for postgraduate students where articles on recent CMEs along with special images are published.

The Editorial and Advisory Boards are composed of eminent doctors from India and abroad who have agreed to actively support the journals aims and objectives. Contributions are welcome from anywhere in the world.