The South African Medical Journal (SAMJ) - first published in 1884 - is a monthly, peer reviewed, general medical journal publishing leading research impacting clinical care in Africa.
We introduce a 'new-look' SAMJ with the January 2014 edition. The journal now sports an educational component by incorporating CME.
Vol 104, No 3 (2014)
- Cardiovascular prevention: Lifestyle and statins
- The cons of INH TB prophylaxis – pros to follow
- Research ethics evolution: Nuremberg to Helsinki
- New imaging for the diagnosis of childhood TB
- Markers to identify cardiovascular disease risk in HIV
- CME: Spina bifida
- Progress towards the Millennium Development Goals