Journal of Comorbidity


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The Journal of Comorbidity (JOC) is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original clinical and experimental research articles on the pathophysiology, diagnosis, prevention and management of patients with comorbidity/multimorbidity.

 

Our vision is to be a leading global information resource to improve the health and wellbeing of patients with comorbidity/multimorbidity. 

 

In addition to original papers, the journal publishes treatment guidelines, policies, editorials, commentaries, protocols, and critical review articles, as well as proceedings of congresses. Preference is given to articles that advance the clinical management of patients. The Editorial Board also welcomes ideas and suggestions for special issues dedicated to unique themes.

Announcements

 

Journal of Comorbidity now indexed in PMC

 

The Journal of Comorbidity (JOC) is now indexed in PubMed Central (PMC), the US National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM) full-text, journal article repository. All of the journal’s content, dating back to its launch in 2011, is now available on PMC. 

There has never been a better time to submit your work to JOC! 

 
Posted: 2017-11-06 More...
 

Journal of Comorbidity forms partnership with the North American Primary Care Research Group

 

The Journal of Comorbidity is pleased to announce that it has extended its society collaborations by forming another important partnership with the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG), a renowned multidisciplinary organization for primary care researchers based in North America and beyond. The new partnership reflects an ongoing commitment of both the Journal of Comorbidity and NAPCRG to strengthen and broaden their ties with the primary care community and to foster the dissemination of innovative research in the field of comorbidity and multimorbidity. 

 

 
Posted: 2017-10-03 More...
 
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Vol 7, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Stewart W. Mercer, John Gillies, Jane Gunn, Martin Fortin, Marjan van den Akker, Susan M. Smith
112-113
Martin Fortin, Tom Vansaghi, Marjan van den Akker, Jill Haught, Stewart W. Mercer, Susan M. Smith, Jane Gunn
114-116

Original Article

Maartje J. van der Aa, Jennifer R. van den Broeke, Karien Stronks, Thomas Plochg
11-21
Lisa R. Staimez*, Melissa Y. Wei*, Min Kim, K.M. Venkat Narayan, Sharon S. Saydah
22-32
Siran M. Koroukian, Nicholas K. Schiltz, David F. Warner, Jiayang Sun, Kurt C. Stange, Charles W. Given, Avi Dor
33-43
Clare J. Taylor, Christopher Harrison, Helena Britt, Graeme Miller, FD Richard Hobbs
44-49
Stephen P. Fitzgerald, Nigel G. Bean, Ravi P. Ruberu
50-63
Eileen M. McKinlay, Sonja J. Morgan, Ben V. Gray, Lindsay M. Macdonald, Susan R.H. Pullon
64-78
Chadia Haddad*, Souheil Hallit*, Pascale Salameh, Tarek Bou Assi, Marouan Zoghbi
79-88
Gary McLean, Stewart W. Mercer
89-95
Sidsel M. Runz-Jørgensen, Michaela L. Schiøtz, Ulla Christensen
96-111
Martin Fortin, José Almirall, Kathryn Nicholson
117-123

Protocol

Stewart W. Mercer, Bridie Fitzpatrick, Lesley Grant, Nai Rui Chng, Catherine A. O'Donnell, Mhairi Mackenzie, Alex McConnachie, Andisheh Bakhshi, Sally Wyke
1-10