What is constant in a time of change?

Gajović, Srećko
October 2011
Croatian Medical Journal;Oct2011, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p593
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the principle of the journal in publishing reliable biomedical research that would offer a common ground and reference that a general medical journal offers as a challenge in facing the changes in medicine. He stresses that the journal will continue to assess the manuscripts based on scientific merit, documented results and quality of the study design. He believes that striving for excellence is essential towards the journal's progress.


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