• Chicago Medical Society
    Publishers of Chicago Medicine, a quarterly magazine that informs members of developments within organized medicine and the practice of medicine. It addresses broad issues of concern to physicians across all specialties with original articles by local doctors on technical and non-technical topics, historical essays, opinion pieces, and human interest stories.
  • Croatian Medical Journal
    An international peer reviewed journal open to scientists from all fields of medicine and related research. Their special interest lies in two fields: medical topics relevant for global
    medicine and medicine in developing and emerging countries. CMJ also solicits works of art or poetry, which either deal with medicine or are produced by medical workers.
  • European Association of Science Editors (EASE)
    An internationally oriented community of individuals from diverse backgrounds, linguistic traditions and professional experience who share an interest in science communication and editing.
  • The International Society for Hemodialysis
    The official journal of the International Society for Hemodialysis. Originally published annually, since 2003 Hemodialysis International has published quarterly issues containing original papers on clinical and experimental topics related to dialysis, in addition to the Annual Dialysis Conference Proceedings.
  • Public Health Institute of Metropolitan Chicago (PHIMC) 
    An independent not-for-profit organization, founded in 1994, that works in collaboration with the greater Chicago area local public health agencies and non-governmental organizations dedicated to building effective public health capacity to enhance the health of communities in the greater Chicago Metropolitan area. PHIMC is committed to dynamic support of those organizations dedicated to solving public health challenges. 
  • World Medical Journal
    A publication of the World Medical Association (WMA), an international organization representing physicians. Founded in 1947 during the First General Assembly of the WMA, the organization was created to ensure the independence of physicians and to work for the highest possible standards of ethical behavior and care by physicians at all times.