The European Journal of Integrative Medicine (EuJIM) is an international, peer reviewed journal that aims to publish high quality, rigorous and ethical research on a wide range of complementary and integrative health care disciplines from across the globe. We welcome submissions that aim to inform the safe and effective use of traditional, complementary and integrative medicine, including self-care interventions for health.
EuJIM provides an innovative, international and interdisciplinary platform for linking researchers and clinicians interested in integrative medicine and health. The target audience includes healthcare practitioners, health care organisations, researchers, educationalists, students, and all those who seek objective and critical information on integrative medicine. Submissions from early career researchers are encouraged.
EuJIM is interested in the diverse range of interventions within integrative medicine, including novel interventions, traditional medical systems, and complex, multicomponent interventions.
The journal aims to publish research from the bench to the bedside, with a primary focus on original clinical research such as randomized controlled trials and systematically conducted reviews, and basic science research informed by the process of bidirectional research translation. We also welcome other types of clinical, qualitative, observational, health services, health economics, and epidemiological studies, as well as innovations in methodology and translating research into clinical guidelines and policy.