Talk:Public health journal

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Hi. I review medical journal articles at what I call a "citizen journal website" I was wondering if it would be appropriate to have a link to my website (http://www.drugpile.com) listed on any of the Wikipedia pages. The website draws on my experience as a retired physician and as a professional journalist. I find that following medical science research is fascinating and would like some way to share it with others. The website is written for physicians and presents medical journal articles from a physician's point of view in a news format style for easy reading. I think it makes a nice "digest" that doctors might enjoy reading. Let me know what you think.

Proposed merger with Video medical journal[edit]

Please discuss this proposal at the talk page of Video medical journal, not here, to keep the discussion in the same place. Espresso Addict (talk) 19:22, 13 January 2009 (UTC)

Disagree with merger proposal[edit]

I have added a reference to this article (now named Journal of Visualized Experiments), but this is not a suitable merger. I have further edited the article to better distinguish between "public health journals" (as per the title of the article) and "medical journals" (which is redirected here and may be considered a subset). Guptan99 (talk) 18:18, 21 July 2011 (UTC)