Yonago Acta medica

Journal of Medical Sciences

Published by Tottori University Medical Press

Online ISSN 1346-8049

Journal Impact Factor (2019) 0.974

About YAM

General Information

Yonago Acta Medica (YAM) is an electronic journal specializing in medical sciences, published by Tottori University Medical Press, 86 Nishi-cho, Yonago 683-8503, Japan.

The subject areas cover the following: molecular/cell biology; biochemistry; basic medicine; clinical medicine; veterinary medicine; clinical nutrition and food sciences; medical engineering; nursing sciences; laboratory medicine; clinical psychology; medical education.

Basically, contributors are limited to members of Tottori University and Tottori University Hospital. Researchers outside the above-mentioned university community may also submit papers on the recommendation of a professor, an associate professor, or a junior associate professor at this university community.

Articles are classified into four categories: review articles, original articles, patient reports, and short communications.

The published articles are included in PubMed, PMC, Web of Science, Scopus, J-STAGE, Crossref, EBSCO, and Medical*Online.


Journal Impact Factor Details

YearImpact FactorTotal ArticlesTotal Cites
20190.97444286
20180.85034188
20170.62542 157
20160.89638120
20150.6922679
20140.6432259
20130.2731743
20120.0871132
20110.1851141
20100.0941225


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