Gazeta Médica is the scientific journal of CUF.

Founded in 1948, its articles were indexed on Medline from 1948 to 1964, the year that the journal was discontinued.

Gazeta Médica is a quarterly, single-blind peer-reviewed scientific journal, which aims to promote excellence in medicine by publishing articles which are rigorous in their methodology and scientific basis, deal with current themes and have a practical application; we aim to publish material that is if the greatest value to clinical practice.
To this end, the journal accepts submissions of articles on basic, clinical or epidemiological research studies, as well as reviews, practical guides, clinical case reports, opinion pieces and commentaries relevant to clinical practice, health service provision, health policy, medical training, ethics and research methodology. Furthermore, the journal publishes personal narratives which convey the art of medicine.

We accept submissions of original articles, review articles, clinical cases, sequences of cases, images of medicine and surgery, editorials, letters to the editor, articles on history of medicine and other articles which are aimed at the improvement of clinical practice (recommendations, clinical guidelines and opinions).

Submissions must be the original work of the author and must not have been previously published. It is the exclusive responsibility of the author(s) to ensure the accuracy and authenticity of the material. Articles published in Gazeta Médica will be the property of the journal and may not be reproduced, wholly or partially, without the editors' prior consent. After publication in Gazeta Médica, with the editors' written authorisation, the authors may publish the material in their institutions' repositories, giving reference to the prior publication in Gazeta Médica.

 

Indexations

Índex das Revistas Médicas Portuguesas

 

Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

Scientific Eletronic Library Online (SciELO)

 

Normas de Publicação

Gazeta Médica carries out their editorial activity according to the rules of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE).

 

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