March 4, 2009 — PubMed, the prestigious search engine of the National Library of Medicine, has now included the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine (JCM). JCM, first published in 2002, is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to providing practical and applicable information for the practicing doctor of chiropractic.
JCM offers a wide range of topics including: sports chiropractic, care of children, chiropractic technique, nutrition, rehabilitation, care of aged patients, public health issues, diagnostic imaging, somatovisceral effects, and many other topics that may be included within the scope of chiropractic care.
“We are thrilled that the JCM is now indexed in PubMed,” said Dr. Winterstein, President of the National University of Health Sciences, which publishes the journal. “Indexing in PubMed will allow greater access to this important research so that doctors of chiropractic and other healthcare providers may use this knowledge to provide best possible care for their patients.”
Source: National University of Health Sciences, www.nuhs.edu