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American Journal of Disaster Medicine Accepted for Inclusion into The National Library of Medicine's MEDLINE Database and may now be Accessed Through the PUBMED Website or the MEDLARS System
Date:1/30/2008

WESTON, Mass., Jan. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Weston Medical Publishing is pleased to announce that the American Journal of Disaster Medicine (http://www.disastermedicinejournal.com), sister publication to the well-known Journal of Emergency Management (http://www.emergencymanagementjournal.com), has been accepted for inclusion into the National Library of Medicine's MEDLINE database and may now be accessed through the PUBMED website or the MEDLARS system!

In making the announcement, the publisher, Richard A. DeVito Jr., said that "this honor was particularly gratifying in light of the fact that it was awarded after just the first five issues." He credits the journal's Editor- in-Chief, Susan M. Briggs, MD, its editorial review board and its authors for this important milestone.

"This is the strongest endorsement a journal's content value can achieve and means that the National Library of Medicine's (NLM) advisory committee of leading experts will now allow frontline disaster medicine physicians and all medical professionals rapid access to American Journal of Disaster Medicine (http://www.disastermedicinejournal.com) in the NLM's vast store of medical information." Databases in the MEDLARS system are available online in the U.S. and throughout the world. Complete abstracts and author information will be indexed and searchable using PubMed.

The National Library of Medicine, the largest medical library in the world, uses its Literature Selection Technical Review Committee, made up of physicians, researchers, educators, editors, health science librarians and historians to review and recommend the journal titles it should index.

American Journal of Disaster Medicine (http://www.disastermedicinejournal.com), is a peer-reviewed, professional journal dealing with the emerging field of disaster medicine, and the official journal of the American Society of Disaster Medicine. The journal is designed to provide frontline physicians and medical professionals the essential informational tools needed to meet the challenges of mass casualty incidents throughout the world.

For submission or subscription information, contact the publisher, Weston Medical Publishing at 781-899-2702, or visit the Web page at http://www.disastermedicinejournal.com.

Contact: Richard A. DeVito, Jr.

Weston Medical Publishing

781-899-2702

radjr@pnpco.com


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