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Title of Journal:
Journal of Clinical Medicine of Kazakhstan
Contact Person Name:
Abduzhappar Gaipov , Kazakhstan
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Journal of Clinical Medicine of Kazakhstan (ISSN 1812-2892) is a multi-field dedicated peer-reviewed medical journal. The main thematic scope is the publication of materials on medical science and practice, education and public health. The Journal of Clinical medicine of Kazakhstan is designed to increase the depth of the object in these areas, with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject. We encourage researchers for contributing and presenting manuscripts with online system in English, Kazakh and Russian languages. JSC “National Scientific Medical Research Center” publishes the journal quarterly (in January, April, July and October). The Journal of Clinical medicine of Kazakhstan encourages provision of material from authors all over the world. All articles sent to editors will undergo to double-blind peer review process. Manuscripts are judged by two experts exclusively on the basis of their contribution to initial data, ideas and their scientific fields. All articles should correspond with instruction for authors. All of the submitted manuscripts are reviewed and published free of charge. Following articles will be considered for publication: editorial articles, review articles, original articles, short communications, case reports, letters to the editor. Submitted manuscripts must not have been published, accepted for publication or be under consideration elsewhere. Investigation on human subjects should conform to the guidelines noted in the World Health Organization Chronicle 1976; 30: 360-362. All articles will be strictly considered by editor and member of editorial board for 2 months, but sometimes there can be long delays. Detailed information is available in the section Instruction for authors at the end of this material. Authors can refer to resources of information according to standard requirements for publications, presented in biomedical journals, prepared by the I