South Dakota Medicine, the monthly peer-reviewed medical journal published by the South Dakota State Medical Association, is read by physicians, residents, medical students, hospital and clinic administrators, and other health care leaders. All SDSMA members receive a South Dakota Medicine subscription as a benefit of membership.
South Dakota Medicine presents timely information each month on public health, science, medical economics, medicolegal issues, medical education, legislative affairs and news of the SDSMA. SDSMA members can log in to view current issues online.
View South Dakota Medicine on PubMed (article titles and abstracts, updated monthly).
The State Medical Journals Collection encompasses nearly 50 state medical journals collectively held and digitized by the following members of the Medical Heritage Library, Inc.; The College of Physicians of Philadelphia; the Countway Library of Medicine, Harvard University; the Center for the History of Medicine and Public Health at The New York Academy of Medicine; the Health Sciences and Human Services Library, University of Maryland, the Founding Campus; the US National Library of Medicine; and the Library and Center for Knowledge Management at the University of California at San Francisco.
View full issues through the Medical Heritage Library - a digital curation collaborative among some of the world's leading medical libraries which promotes open access to historical resources in medicine (South Dakota Medicine is available from years 2000 and earlier). The group of collaborating libraries is dedicated to enabling access to historical medical resources.
View full issues through State Medical Society Journals on the Internet Archive (South Dakota Medicine is available from years 2000 and earlier) - The State Medical Journals Collection encompasses nearly 50 state medical journals collectively held and digitized by the members of the Medical Heritage Library.
The library links above include access to the Journal-Lancet, the South Dakota Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy (1948-1965), and the South Dakota Journal of Medicine (1965-2000).
For information about how to submit an article to be considered for publication in South Dakota Medicine, click here for Information for Authors.
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