Focus and Scope
The Journal of Athletic Medicine (JAM) has been established to enable medical and allied health science students to engage in writing and publishing scholarly articles, medical trends, and best practices in medicine and allied health science settings. It is the intention of JAM to promote scholarly discourse among students while also acting as a resource for medical information and trends. Articles are peer reviewed and held to established scientific writing standards.
1. To create an international medium for student researchers and writers of medical and allied
health sciences devoted to publishing original research, articles, and case reports.
2. To promote student research in medicine and the allied health sciences at the international
3. To provide a resource for the dissemination of academic medical literature devoted to medical
and allied science students.
4. To augment the understanding of current research, medical trends, and practices among
medical and allied health students.
5. To institute an international forum dedicated to singular and collaborative research amongst
6. To encourage research, article writing, and scientific investigation among medical and allied
health science students.
7. To provide a forum where students of various medical and allied health sciences disciplines
exchange ideas and engage in academic discourse.
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Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.