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"International Maritime Health" (IMH) is an international, multidisciplinary, scientific journal dedicated predominantly to research and practice in the field of maritime medicine. However, Journal Editors will also consider for publication submissions from related fields such as: occupational medicine, tropical medicine, telemedicine, hyperbaric and diving medicine, travel medicine, military and navy medicine, fishermen health problems, maritime and occupational psychology, maritime toxicology, hygienic problems on ship, harbour sanitary problems and health promotion at sea, during travel and in tropical environment.
The Journal was established in 1949 and since then owned by the Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine in Gdynia. In 2018 the ownership of IMH was passed onto the newly formed International Maritime Health Foundation (IMHF; www.IMHF.pl) which is now responsible for the maintenance of this periodical.
IMH publishes original papers, reviews, case reports but also letters to editors, book reviews and editorial materials. It is an open access quarterly magazine. Authors are not charged for publication.
Auspices: International Maritime Health Association
Editor-In-Chief: Dr Maria Jeżewska; Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine in Gdynia, Poland.
The Journal has been included in the register of journals and proceedings of international conferences published by The Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education on July 31st, 2019 with 40 points awarded.
HYPERBARIC MEDICINE Original article: 1
MARITIME/OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE Original article: 3
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: 2
MARITIME MEDICINE Review article: 1
HYPERBARIC/UNDERWATER MEDICINE Original article: 1
MILITARY MEDICINE Review article: 1
HYGIENIC PROBLEMS ON SHIP Short communication: 1
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