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Research Methods in Medicine & Health Sciences

Research Methods in Medicine & Health Sciences


eISSN: 26320843 | ISSN: 26320843 Frequency: Quarterly
Research Methods in Medicine & Health Sciences is a peer reviewed journal, publishing rigorous research on established “gold standard” methods and new cutting edge research methods in the health sciences and clinical medicine.

Research Methods in Medicine & Health Sciences is a peer reviewed journal, publishing rigorous research on established “gold standard” methods and new cutting edge research methods in the health sciences and clinical medicine. The journal is structured around the following sections: Research Concepts and Theory; Epidemiology and Study Design; Experimental Study Methodology; Observational Study Methodology: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis; Measurement Tools; Data Collection and Curation; Statistics and Data Analysis; Ethical and Legal Considerations in Research and Medicine; and Journalology. State- of-the art papers are selectively commissioned by expert Topic Editors for consideration in the journal and ad hoc submissions are also welcome. The journal will be built up over time to become a comprehensive resource for all relevant methods for medicine and health sciences written by experts in the field.

Editor-in-Chief
Joel J. Gagnier The University of Michigan, USA
Topic Editors
Joy Adamson University of York, UK
Kelly Cobey Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Canada
Paolo Eusebi University of Perugia, Italy
Jenna Grabey University of Oxford, UK
Shayesteh Jahanfar Central Michigan University, USA
Nigel King University of Huddersfield, UK
Ruwanthi Kolamunnage-Dona University of Liverpool, UK
Qi Long University of Pennsylvania, USA
Pentti Nieminen University of Oulu, Finland
Romina Brignardello Petersen McMaster University, Canada
Eleanor Pullenayegum Hospital for Sick Children, Canada
Stacey Springs Harvard University, USA
David Torgerson University of York, UK
Emeritus Editor
Rachelle Buchbinder Monash University, Australia
Advisory Board
Hal Morgenstern University of Michigan, USA
Terry Nolan University of Melbourne, Australia