The New England Journal of Medicine
The New England Journal of Medicine is the most widely read, cited, and influential general medical periodical in the world. Since its inception in 1812, NEJM has published the best research at the interface of biomedical science and clinical practice, in understandable and clinically useful formats. Readers consider NEJM to be the “gold standard” for the latest research and best practices in medicine. In addition to research reports in each weekly issue, NEJM publishes review articles summarizing knowledge about a specific disease or treatment; editorials and essays interpreting and commenting on issues in medicine; case reports on interesting clinical problems for physicians to solve; and other features exploring health policy, regulatory issues, and special topics.
The Kindle edition of The New England Journal of Medicine contains articles found in the print edition, including all tables, charts, and clinical images (some non-clinical images may be excluded). There may be a lack of clarity for some tables and illustrations due to their size and layout. Some features such as advertising, classifieds and CME are not currently available. To keep you up to date, weekly issues of the New England Journal of Medicine are auto-delivered wirelessly to your Kindle every Thursday.