Announcements

Change of Editor in Chief

 
Juan Mezzich President of the International College of Person Centered Medicine has taken on the role of Editor in Chief of the Journal  
Posted: 2013-08-02
 

Volume 2 now complete

 

Volume 2 of IJPCM is now published online. Nearly 900 pages have been produced in what is only the second year of this journal.

The articles have been contributed from authors from all parts of the world; from leading institutions such as the Mayo Clinic and Harvard to individual contributions from New Zealand, India and Tanzania.

The journal has established itself as the leading publication in the field and already has a great number of articles to be published in 2013.

This issue also contains information about the 6th Geneva conference the main theme of which will be Person-centered Health Research. In connection with this, ten thematic symposia will be held covering various aspects of person-centered research on conceptual issues, clinical care and public health. A special session on Ethical Standards for Research will also be held. A Geneva Declaration on Person-centered Health Research will be organized as well.

 
Posted: 2012-12-06
 

Publication of New issue Vol 2, No 3

 

We are delighted to announce the publication of the current issue, Volume 2, No 3.

Regular articles and specific contributions range across the spectrum of person-centred medicine, health promotion and care. By neglecting the human dimension of illness modern western medicine has , as Editor in Chief Andrew Miles says, “ventured dangerously close to the point where the patient is seen as part of the disease, rather than the disease being seen as part of the patient” . This issue includes important contributions from the Mayo Clinic, Harvard Medical School, Yale University School of Medicine , University of Melbourne and health experts from all over the world.

The invitation to the Sixth Geneva Conference on Person-centered Medicine (Apr 27th-May 1st 2013) can be downloaded from the IJPCM website. Organized by the International College of Person-centered Medicine, the Conference has as its main theme Person-centered Health Research.

 
Posted: 2012-09-26
 

Geneva Declaration

 

Emerging from the Fifth Geneva Conference on Person-centered Medicine and finalized by the Board of the International College of Person-centered Medicine on 19 May 2012 the Geneva Declaration on Person-centered care for Chronic Diseases is published in Volume 2 Issue  of the International Journal of Person Centered Medicine.

Included as an open access paper the Geneva Declaration on Person-centered care for Chronic Diseases was developed during the 5th annual conference of the International College of Person Centered Medicine and is published for the first time in this issue of IJPCM. In addition the issue includes papers from the 4th Geneva Conference as well as regular articles from around the world. Go to current issue for the complete declaration.

 
Posted: 2012-06-25 More...
 

Issue 1 of Volume 2 now published online

 
The first issue of volume 2 includes mainly papers from the 4th Geneva Conference  
Posted: 2012-04-19 More...
 

Issue 1 4 now published online

 
We are delighted to annouce the compoletion of Volume 1 and Issue 1 4 now published online  
Posted: 2011-12-21
 
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