The Medical Journal of Australia
The Medical Journal of Australia (MJA) is the country’s leading peer-reviewed general medical journal and has been delivering groundbreaking research to the medical community for more than 100 years. Ranked in the top 30 general medical journals in the world, the MJA prides itself on covering the most important issues affecting Australian healthcare.
Inside the MJA
Since its beginning in 1914, the MJA has been the most trusted source of news on developments and research in clinical practice and health policy. In each issue of the MJA you’ll find the latest information on Australian clinical research and trials, evidence-based reviews, clinical practice updates, and authoritative medical opinion and debate. The MJA actively encourages comment and debate from its readers.
As the official publication of the Australian Medical Association, the MJA has 22 issues per year (twice a month with double issues in January and December) and is read by an ever growing audience of medical practitioners across healthcare and medical education. The journal is published in both print and online editions.
The MJA now also produces a free weekly online newsletter, MJA InSight, which contains expert news and analysis on the issues, research and developments making headlines in medicine.
AMPCo believes that research must be easily accessible for everyone, and all MJA research articles published since 2002 are available free of charge online. The MJA website also holds an archive of complete MJA issues from 2002 and selected articles dating back to 1996.
With the MJA’s strong commitment to Australian Indigenous health, all Indigenous health articles are also free to access, as are guidelines and supplements. Access to other articles is by subscription.
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