Aims & Scope
The purpose of Marshall Journal of Medicine is to promote excellence in the practice of Appalachian rural health medicine, health informatics, clinical translation research, and closely related fields. By providing an avenue for sharing experiences in the delivery of health care in the rural, Appalachian population, MJM will promote the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of all aspects of comprehensive health care. MJM also aims to facilitate the development of community-based research, education, and health services. Original papers, Review articles, Case reports and Letters to the editor are all welcomed. The majority of MJM's content is submitted through the authors’ initiative; most editorials, however, as well as special series and reviews, are solicited by the editorial board.