Journal of Travel Medicine

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Edited By: Eric Caumes

Impact Factor: 1.525

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 68/150 (Medicine General & Internal)

Online ISSN: 1708-8305

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Following are the  most-accessed articles in 2009 published in Journal of Travel Medicine:

Risk of Hepatitis B for Travelers: Is Vaccination for All Travelers Really Necessary? 
Gerard J.B. Sonder, MD, PhD, Gini G.C. van Rijckevorsel, MD, MPH, Anneke van den Hoek, MD, PhD  
Vol. 16, No. 1, January/February 2009

Rethinking Typhoid Fever Vaccines: Implications for Travelers and People Living in Highly Endemic Areas 
Jennifer A. Whitaker, MD, Carlos Franco-Paredes, MD, MPH, Carlos del Rio, MD, Srilatha Edupuganti, MD, MPH  
Vol. 16, No. 1, January/February 2009

Efficacy of Antimalarial Chemoprophylaxis for Travelers  
Sébastien Sicard, MD, Fabrice Simon, MD, George Soula, MD, PhD, Pierre Gazin, MD, PhD  
Vol. 16, No. 1, January/February 2009

Description of the Food Safety System in Hotels and How It Compares With HACCP Standards  
Stephanie M. Fletcher, MPH, Satnarine R. Maharaj, FFPHM, Kenneth James, MPH  
Vol. 16, No. 1, January/February 2009


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Online Content Available Back to Volume 1
Take advantage of free online access to Journal of Travel Medicine content that is one year old or older. With over fifteen years of content online, access to important research is extensive with the Journal of Travel Medicine’s online archive of articles from 1994 onward. Subscribers and users with institutional access will have access to any content to which they are entitled by existing arrangements. All others will be able to access online content for all issues published 12 months ago or earlier with no charge (for access purposes, "publication" will be based on each issue's cover date and made free on a continuously moving 12-month window.) Providing the public with free access to back content is the best way of disseminating quality, peer-reviewed information and ensuring the greatest possible access to the research published in this journal.

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Early View Announcement
We are happy to announce that the Journal of Travel Medicine is now part of the Wiley-Blackwell Early View service. Articles will now be published on a regular basis online in advance of their appearance in a print issue. These articles are fully peer reviewed, edited and complete – they only lack page numbers and volume/issue details – and are considered fully published from the date they first appear online. This date is shown with the article in the online table of contents. Because Early View articles are considered fully complete, please bear in mind that changes cannot be made to an article after the online publication date even if it is still yet to appear in print.

The articles are available as full text HTML or PDF and can be cited as references by using their Digital Object Identifier (DOI) numbers. For more information on DOIs, please see http://www.doi.org/faq.html

When Early View articles are available, they can be accessed via the journal homepage at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1708-8305. Simply click on the “Early View” tab at the top of the list of issues available to view. On print publication, the article will be removed from the Early View area and will appear instead in the relevant online issue, complete with page numbers and volume/issue details. No other changes will be made.

The implementation of Early View for the Journal of Travel Medicine represents our commitment to get manuscripts available to view to the academic community as quickly as possible, reducing time to publication considerably without sacrificing quality or completeness.

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