About This Journal
Aims and Scope
The Marshall Journal of Medicine (MJM) is a peer-reviewed, online, open access journal, with a focus on publishing basic, translational and clinical research of relevance to clinicians and scientists practicing rural health medicine. The journal aims to bring together basic and clinical scientists to share their discoveries and experiences in all aspects of health care and education, with a particular focus on Appalachia.
The journal is published quarterly online and allows free, or open, access to its contents and permits authors to self-archive a final accepted version of the articles on any Open Archives Initiative compliant institutional/subject-based repository.
Discovery and Digital Archiving
The Marshall Journal of Medicine (MJM) participates in industry-standard discovery and preservation tools. Articles from the journal are placed in the world’s major library catalogs and databases (OCLC Worldcat, ProQuest’s Summon, Ex Libris’s Primo, and EBSCO Discovery). MJM is preserved in CLOCKSS and Portico, the two leading preservation archives that guarantee persistent access for the very long term. Articles also receive Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) from the CrossRef organization to ensure they can always be found.