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Journal of Perinatal Medicine: Happy 50th AnniversaryThe Journal of Perinatal Medicine (JPM) is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The first issue was published in January 1973, making it the first scientific journal in the field of perinatal medicine. JPM was founded by Erich Saling of Berlin (Germany), the father of perinatal medicine, and Roberto Caldeyro Barcia of Uruguay, an expert in uterine contractility, Edward Hon from the USA, who pioneered electronic heart rate monitoring of the fetus, and Stanley James, one of the most outstanding neonatologists. Over the past 50 years, JPM has grown with the increasing number of annual submissions and readers, as well as increasing impact within the scientific community.Enjoy reading the Special Anniversary Issue we published on the occasion of JPM's milestone birthday!
ObjectiveThe Journal of Perinatal Medicine (JPM) is a truly international forum covering the entire field of perinatal medicine. It is an essential news source for all those obstetricians, neonatologists, perinatologists and allied health professionals who wish to keep abreast of progress in perinatal and related research. Ahead-of-print publishing ensures fastest possible knowledge transfer. The Journal provides statements on themes of topical interest as well as information and different views on controversial topics. It also at informs about the academic, organisational and political aims and objectives of the World Association of Perinatal Medicine (WAPM)
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TopicsJPM covers the entire field of perinatal medicine, obstetrics and neonatology. It is published in 9 issues per year.
Article formatsResearch Articles, Reviews, Mini Reviews and Opinion Papers, Short Communications, Editorials, Letters to the Editor, WAPM-Newsletters