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Preventive Intervention Theme Issue FREE

Arch Intern Med. 2006;166(13):1425. doi:10.1001/archinte.166.13.1425.
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In an effort to encourage research on the topic, a special issue of the ARCHIVES will be devoted to papers on the topic of preventive interventions. Specifically, we are interested in receiving papers focused on the efficacy or effectiveness of interventions. While we will primarily concentrate on randomized controlled trials that assess efficacy, we will also consider papers that employ observational methods of investigation or economic analyses that reasonably estimate theoretical cost-effectiveness of interventions. All kinds of preventive interventions are welcomed—those in the community, in medical offices, in clinics, and in hospitals or other advanced-care settings. However, priority for this theme issue will be given to those papers that are applicable to the practicing internist.

Papers for the preventive intervention theme issue should be submitted no later than October 1, 2006. Pending completion of our peer review process, papers that are accepted for publication will appear in an issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine in the first half of 2007.

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