Vol 74, No 2 (2023)
Editorial
Published online: 2023-06-30

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Letter from the Editor

Marta Grubman-Nowak
Pubmed: 37417839
IMH 2023;74(2):81-82.

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EDITORIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Int Marit Health
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10.5603/IMH.202
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www.intmarhealth.pl
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ISSN 1641-9251
eISSN 2081-3252

Letter from the Editor

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Dear Readers,

Dear Authors,

Dear Colleagues,

Dear Friends,

On behalf of the whole Editorial Team I would like to share outstanding news with all of You.

Based on the Journal performance data for the year 2022 International Maritime Health has been granted 2.2 Impact Factor score.

First of all, I would like to thank the whole Editorial Team, Advisors and especially my Predecessors. Professor Bogdan Jaremin has introduced International Maritime Health to the arena of international scientific publishing. Doctor Maria Jeżewska for almost a decade has made a great effort to ensure high level and standards of published materials.

It is a great honour to continue their work.

I would also like to thank the reviewers for their expert input. Without high standards of peer review the scientific level of materials published in the International Maritime Health would not be possible.

The high score of International Maritime Health performance is certainly a great distinction. Above all, however, it should be a source of motivation for even greater commitment and work. I would like to invite all of you for cooperation and support in the reviewing and publishing process. It is a great opportunity for growth and broadening of our scientific impact in the future.

Dr. Marta Grubman-Nowak

Editor-in-Chief