Wisconsin Medical Journal
Publisher: Wisconsin Medical Society
(Link inactive 3 December 2009)
(Link active 3 December 2009)
The Wisconsin Medical Society is the largest association of medical
doctors in the state with more than 10,000 members dedicated to the best
interests of their patients. With that in mind,
wisconsinmedicalsociety.org offers patients a unique source for
reliable, physician-reviewed medical information. The Wisconsin Medical
Society has been a trusted source for health policy leadership since 1841.
Representing physicians at the Capitol is a key component of that
effort. Other aspects include providing physicians with leadership
opportunities, fostering volunteerism, promoting health studies and
educating the public. These opportunities exist throughout the Wisconsin
The mission of the Wisconsin Medical Journal is to provide a vehicle for
professional communication and continuing education of Wisconsin physicians.
Scientific manuscripts are reviewed by the medical editor and the
members of the editorial board. The opinions of outside consultants may
be sought at the medical editor's discretion. The medical editor has the
final decision as to whether a scientific paper will be published.
Socioeconomic manuscripts are reviewed by the Wisconsin Medical Society
senior staff and legal counsel. The Society's executive vice president
has the final decision as to whether a socioeconomic paper is published.
Editorials, letters, and soundings are reviewed by the medical editor,
Society senior staff, and legal counsel. Authorship of editorials is
reserved for members of the Wisconsin Medical Journal editorial board,
editorial associates, and Society elected officials. Editorials and
letters are signed by the authors, are the authors' opinions, and do not
necessarily reflect the policies of the Wisconsin Medical Society.
Authorship of letters is open to the public, but letters are limited to
500 words and subject to editing for length, clarity and style.
Wisconsin Medical Journal expects authors to disclose any commercial
associations that might pose a conflict of interest in connection with
the submitted article. All funding sources supporting the work should be
routinely acknowledged on the title pages, as should all institutional
or corporate affiliations of the authors.
Wisconsin Medical Journal
PO Box 1109
Madison, WI 53701
Wisconsin Medical Journal is available free of charge as an Open Access
journal on the Internet.
Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.
Current Issue: Volume 106 Number 1 2007
Date: 8 March 2007