INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE

ICM is a critical care journal that publishes studies covering all aspects of critical care from every country. The journal publishes studies that include critically ill patients or patients at very high risk of becoming critically ill and, in addition to those investigating critically ill patients in the ICU, welcomes studies of high-risk patients in the Emergency Department and during the perioperative period.

Official journal of The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine and The European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care.

Impact factor: 10.125 (2015)
Section "Critical care medicine": Rank 3 of 33

Abstracted/Indexed in: PubMed/Medline, Science Citation Index/Journal Citation Report

Good reasons to publish in ICM

  1. ICM is a highly selective journal that picks the finest papers. About 6% of submissions are accepted.
  2. ICM has one of the shortest manuscript processing times and is constantly improving in this regard, while directing great care to the reviewing process and quality.
  3. The 7-day profile publication section welcomes highly relevant articles, which are accepted within 7 working days then indexed on PubMed within 7 days after acceptance.
  4. ICM is the official journal of the ESICM and ESPNIC.
  5. New sections (what's new, understanding the disease, images...) offer opportunities for experienced researchers to share their latest findings and to appraise the most recent literature with short 'at-a-glance' viewpoints on key crucial issues.

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Infant

The essential journal for neonatal and paediatric healthcare professionals
Launched in January 2005 Infant journal is aimed at the multidisciplinary team that cares for vulnerable sick or premature babies in their first year of life. Published bi-monthly, the journal contains authoritative articles with a clinical or practical bias written by experts in their field.

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Nursing in Critical Care

Nursing in Critical Care publishes articles on all aspects of critical care nursing practice, research, education and management. This peer-reviewed international journal is concerned with the whole spectrum of skills, knowledge and attitudes utilised by practitioners in any setting where adults or children, and their families are experiencing critical illness. The journal is for all those working in the diverse specialities of critical care nursing including surgery, medicine, cardiac, renal, neurosciences, haematology, accident and emergency and paediatrics.

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PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE

Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is the official journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies, the Pediatric Intensive Care Society UK, the Latin American Society of Pediatric Intensive Care, and the Japanese Society of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care. This exciting journal is the first scientific, peer-reviewed publication to focus exclusively on Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and critical care neonatology. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is written for the entire critical care team: pediatricians, neonatologists, respiratory therapists, nurses, and others who deal with pediatric patients who are critically ill or injured. International in scope, with editorial board members and contributors from around the world, the Journal includes a full range of scientific content, including clinical articles, scientific investigations, solicited reviews, and abstracts from pediatric critical care meetings. Additionally, the Journal includes abstracts of selected articles published in Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish translations - making news of advances in the field available to pediatric and neonatal intensive care practitioners worldwide.

 

Patrick M. Kochanek, MD, FCCM

 

1529-7535

 

1947-3893

 

9 issues / year

 

Critical Care Medicine 14/27

 

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