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The Journal of Perinatal Medicine is Now the Official Organ of Three Additional Research Associations

May 19, 2014

The Journal of Perinatal Medicine (JPM), published by De Gruyter since 1973, has been the official organ of the World Association of Perinatal Medicine since 1999. This year, three additional international research societies named the journal their official organ: the International Academy of Perinatal Medicine, the New York Perinatal Society, and the International Society of the Fetus as a Patient.

“For decades the Journal of Perinatal Medicine has been a highly respected international journal that documents and discusses the state of research in all areas of pre- and post-natal care for babies and mothers,” says Prof. Joachim W. Dudenhausen, editor-in-chief of JPM. “We’re proud to have acquired three additional partners with a strong international reputation in perinatal medicine.”

Published six times annually, both in print and online, JPM is listed at PubMed and enjoys a high Impact Factor. The editorial board is comprised of internationally renowned figures in perinatal medicine.

“The fact that JPM is used by four organizations as an official organ testifies to its importance in the field,” says Dr. Till Meinert, Senior Editorial Director for Medicine & Life Sciences at De Gruyter.