Social Medicine

Social Medicine is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed academic forum for the development and promotion of Social Medicine.  The journal is written with the inventive, engaged and critical vision that animated the founders of Social Medicine.  To make this vision a reality we: 1. Act as a forum for research and teaching concerning the ways in which social factors not only influence health and disease but are in turn altered by health and disease.   2. Support the WHO Alma Ata goals of Health for All and the holistic vision of health contained in the WHO charter. 3. Produce materials that are scientifically sound, intellectually honest, free of commercial bias and clearly written and presented. 4. Organize the journal in a way that reflects and supports the diverse international community working in the field of social medicine.  To realize the goals of “Health for All” we must have a journal that includes the voices of all. 5. The journal does not charge fees to authors or readers.

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