As we are setting sail as a new scientific journal encompassing all fields of medicine, dentistry and related fields, we are very eager to contribute to the current literature. Our journey started with a spark of ideas coming from our younger, ambitious colleagues. We have put together a multidisciplinary experienced team of editors, held many meetings in order to pin all the ideas down and put everything on track. Our main objectives are to preserve the quality of the journal and the articles published, to publish valuable articles that may be a significant contribution to the current literature and eventually become one of the top journals in this scope. In the long run, we wish to be accepted into internationally recognized indexes. As an open-access e-journal, Archives of Current Medical Research is a journal that meets the necessities of the Information Age. It is easy to access, open to sharing information without any limitation of time or place and we work hard as a team to carry out a fast article processing period. We believe this first issue will be the beginning of many to come. We know there is a long road ahead of us and we all feel more than ready to work harder and meticulously with each issue. I would like to thank the originators of the journal for their idea, ambition and effort, our team of editors and reviewers for all their contributions, and also all authors who have provided valuable scientific data to this very first issue of Archives of Current Medical Research. With our hearts and minds set on knowledge, success and qualified research; we are keen to witness and together realize the whole potential of the editorial and reviewer team and unfalteringly reach our goals in the future with the help of every researcher who wishes to contribute.
|Yayımlanma Tarihi||22 Eylül 2020|
|Başvuru Tarihi||1 Eylül 2020|
|Kabul Tarihi||1 Eylül 2020|
|Yayınlandığı Sayı||Yıl 2020, Cilt 1, Sayı 1|
Archives of Current Medical Research (ACMR) provides instant open access to all content, bearing in mind the fact that presenting research
free to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.