Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care celebrates its first birthday and looks to the future


commemorate its first year of publication, the Editors-in-Chief of Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care, John Licciardone and Roberto Cardarelli, have published
an editorial detailing the
progress of the journal  to date, and looking forwards the future.

article comments on the
benefits of open access for the community, current submission to publication times and plans
to bring these down to 120 days in 2008, and invites
readers to post comments on published articles. The Editors also detail
information on journal fund they have established to assist with payment of the
article-processing charge.

Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care publishes articles on all aspects of osteopathic
and allopathic treatment, as well as research relevant to the provision of
primary care services.

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I hope this is a growing trend and Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care should be commended for their dedication to rapid and universal dissemination of their work. Establishment of a journal fund to offset the cost of APCs for eligible authors who submit qualified manuscripts is very innovative.

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