Aim and Scope
Population Medicine is an open access double-blind peer-reviewed online scientific journal that encompasses all aspects of population, preventive and public health research including health care systems and health care delivery. Its broader goal is to address major and diverse health issues, to provide evidence-based information to professionals at all levels of the health care system and to inform policymakers who are responsible for the formation of health policies that can lead to evidence-based actions.

Full Journal Title: Population Medicine
Abbreviated Title: Population Med
ISSN (electronic): 2654-1459
Publisher: European Publishing (
Publisher Address: Science and Technological Park of Crete, Greece
Editors: See Editorial Board Page
Peer Review: Double Blind
Rejection Rate: In 2020 the rejection rate of research articles was 59%.
Publication Frequency: Continuous - in monthly issues
Publication Medium: Electronic Only
Publication website:
First Year Published: 2019
Article Processing Charges: Population Medicine does not have open access charges for research stemming entirely from Academia. For manuscripts submitted by authors affiliated with a commercial entity, an Article Processing Charge of 1950E (plus VAT where applicable), is levied. Development of the journal, Population Medicine, has been partially funded through the Smart Specialisation Strategy of Crete, (S3) an innovation policy concept to support regional prioritisation in innovative sectors, fields or technologies. The European Commission introduced the S3 concept in the EU Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 as an ‘ex-ante conditionality’ for European regions to obtain funding for research and innovation from the European Regional Development Fund.

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