The New Zealand Medical Journal

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The New Zealand Medical Journal  
DisciplineMedicine
LanguageEnglish
Edited byFrank Frizelle
Publication details
Publication history
1887-present
Publisher
New Zealand Medical Association (New Zealand)
Frequency20/year
Delayed, after 6 months
Standard abbreviations
N. Z. Med. J.
Indexing
CODENNZMJAX
ISSN0028-8446 (print)
1175-8716 (web)
OCLC no.01713584
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The New Zealand Medical Journal is a peer-reviewed medical journal. It is the official journal of the New Zealand Medical Association. It was established in September 1887 by the New Zealand Branch of the British Medical Association.[1][2][3] The present editor-in-chief is Frank Frizelle. The journal is a member of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.[4] It has been published online since July 2002. The journal publishes editorials, original articles, case reports, viewpoint, and letters. The full text of articles less than six months old is available only to subscribers and New Zealand Medical Association members. Access is free to articles older than six months and abstracts.[5]

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  1. ^ "New Zealand Medical Journal – Primary health care – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand". Teara.govt.nz. 2012-11-15. Retrieved 2013-06-19.
  2. ^ Mercer JO (January 1961). "The New Zealand Medical Journal". Canadian Medical Association Journal. 84 (1): 53. PMC 1939099. PMID 20326597.
  3. ^ Trubuhovich RV (July 2009). "Some prehistory of New Zealand intensive care medicine". Anaesthesia and Intensive Care. 37 Suppl 1: 16–29. PMID 19705630.
  4. ^ Drazen JM, Van Der Weyden MB, Sahni P, Rosenberg J, Marusic A, Laine C, Kotzin S, Horton R, Hébert PC, Haug C, Godlee F, Frizelle FA, de Leeuw PW, DeAngelis CD (October 2009). "Uniform format for disclosure of competing interests in ICMJE journals". The Lancet. 374 (9699): 1395–1396. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(09)61796-7. PMID 19836071.
  5. ^ "New Zealand Medical Journal (Open access after 6 months) • Primary Mental Health". Primarymentalhealth.org.nz. 2013-02-21. Retrieved 2013-06-19.

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