What is new in academic international medicine? The importance of collaboration in postpandemic times
Despite the strong globalization of recent decades, differences in economic and social power between countries are still remarkable. This scenario is not different in academic medicine. More recentl...
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International Journal of Academic Medicine, an official publication of The American College of Academic International Medicine, INDUSEM and OPUS 12 Foundation, Inc. is a peer-reviewed online journal publishing 3 issues per year with print on demand options. The journal’s full text is available online at www.ijam-web.org