Hong Kong Academy of Medicine Press

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General information
The Hong Kong Medical Journal (HKMJ) is a joint publication of the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (HKAM) and the Hong Kong Medical Association (HKMA). This bimonthly peer-reviewed journal publishes the latest medical research on general medicine. It is circulated among all Fellows of the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine and members of the Hong Kong Medical Association. The Journal is also subscribed by many local and overseas libraries and physicians. It is listed in MEDLINE/Index Medicus and EMBASE/Excerpta Medica.

Supplements
Publishing of Abstract Books / Proceedings for scientific meetings, either as Supplements to the HKMJ or as separate books, is one of the projects the Journal undertakes. ALL Supplements to the Hong Kong Medical Journal can be accessed on HKMJ website. In this way, the abstracts / full papers presented during the scientific meetings can reach not only the participants of meetings, but also medical professionals all over the world. In addition, Supplements to HKMJ with full papers will be indexed in MEDLINE/Index Medicus.

CME
The continuing medical education (CME) programme of the HKMJ was launched in 2002. Upon accreditation by various Colleges, CME points are granted.

Issue digests
To help disseminate findings of relevant medical research to the public, two to three articles of each issue of the HKMJ are sent out to the media in the form of an 'issue digest'.

Website
The Journal website, www.hkmj.org, is designed, implemented and maintained by the HKAM Press.

Frequency
It is published bimonthly (February, April, June, August, October, and December)

Circulation
This peer-reviewed journal publishes the latest medical research on general medicine. It is circulated among all Fellows of the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine and members of the Hong Kong Medical Association. The Journal is also subscribed by many local and overseas libraries and physicians.

Advertising rates and order forms
Discounts are offered for educational institutions. Special discounts are also offered to agencies and order of consecutive issues. Rate cards and order forms are available for download. Advertising enquiries of the Hong Kong Medical Journal should be sent to: hkmj@hkam.org.hk

Subscription
It is distributed to Fellows of the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine as part of their membership. It is also available to non-Fellows on subscription. For details please click here.

Reprints and back-issue order
A variety of reprint options are available: colour or black-and-white off-prints, black-and-white laser prints, and black-and-white photocopies; the minimum order is 50 copies and reprints are sold in batches of 50 (authors are entitled to order reprints, for educational use only, at special rates at the page-proof stage of production). Special orders of reprints for commercial use and larger quantities (1000 or more) can be arranged. A limited stock of back issues of the Hong Kong Medical Journal is also available. For reprints of articles from the former Journal of the Hong Kong Medical Association (JHKMA), please contact the Managing Editor in the first instance.

Copyright release
Individuals requiring copies of abstracts or full-text articles are permitted to make single copies (as print-outs from the Internet or photocopies from the Hong Kong Medical Journal) provided that they are used for study purposes only. Otherwise, copyright permission is required.

Permission is required if individuals wish to photocopy articles of publications of the HKAM Press, in whole or in part, for non-study purposes, or if a large quantity of copies is needed (eg for a lecture or tutorial). Permission is also required if any part of an article (including figures and tables) is reproduced in an academic publication, with or without alteration, even if the individual reproducing the material is the original author. A licence for reproduction can be issued for full-text reproduction of articles.

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