Journal of the National Medical Association

Journal of the National Medical Association, the official journal of the National Medical Association, is a peer-reviewed publication whose purpose is to address medical care disparities of persons of African descent.

The Journal of the National Medical Association is focused on specialized clinical research activities related to the health problems of African Americans and other minority groups. Special emphasis is placed on the application of medical science to improve the healthcare of underserved populations both in the United States and abroad. The Journal has the following objectives: (1) to expand the base of original peer-reviewed literature and the quality of that research on the topic of minority health; (2) to provide greater dissemination of this research; (3) to offer appropriate and timely recognition of the significant contributions of physicians who serve these populations; and (4) to promote engagement by member and non-member physicians in the overall goals and objectives of the National Medical Association.

Editor in Chief: Edith P. Mitchell, MD, MACP, FCPP, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University
Organizational Affiliations: National Medical Association
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Circulation updated on August 18th, 2022, based on 12-month monthly average July 2021-June 2022.


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