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Founded in 1945, MJAFI is one of the oldest medical journals of India. MJAFI is publishing its 75th volume in 2019 making it a platinum jubilee year.



National Conference for scientific writers and editors

MJAFI is conducting a three day conference " IMPACT 2019 " from 13th to 15th September 2019 at Armed Forces Medical College Pune. This conference is in association with the Indian Association of Medical Journal Editors and will host faculty and delegates from across the world. This will include workshops to enable writers and editors to hone their publishing skills on topics like plagiarism, ethics in publication, peer reviewing, effective writing etc.

We welcome you to be part of this celebration and academic feast. Click here to visit the conference website. http//impact.mjafi.net





Medical Journal Armed Forces India (MJAFI) is a quarterly, peer reviewed international publication. The Journal is published quarterly by Elsevier, a division of Reed-Elsevier (India) Private Limited. It is circulated to all members of Armed Forces Medical Services of India, all medical college libraries of India and subscribers.

The full text of the journal is available online at http//www.mjafi.net. The journal allows full access to its contents on registration. The journal does not charge for submission, processing, publication of manuscripts or for color reproduction of photographs. Medical Journal Armed Forces India (MJAFI) publishes original articles, case reports, review articles, editorials, short communications, contemporary issues, letters to editor, book reviews and other scientific information in all disciplines of medical science. The members of Armed forces of India Medical Services are contributing to international literature, besides there are problems specific to this region and the solutions for them need to be exchanged and this Journal makes a great contribution to disseminate the knowledge amongst its members. The Editorial Board comprises eminent specialists and consultants from India and abroad. Although preference is given to original work carried out in the Indian subcontinent, contributions are welcome from anywhere in the world.