We are working closely with indexing databases to ensure that Population Medicine will be indexed retrospectively, from the first issue in appropriate databases.

To meet the indexing requirements, as with all new journals, Population Medicine needs to show a continuous and steady flow of manuscripts, quality control mechanisms, a broad editorial board with recognisable expertise, international readership and submissions and an increasing number of high-quality manuscripts in the production flow. In 2020, Population Medicine has a rejection rate of 59% for research articles - hence ensuring that only articles of merit are published in the journal.

We are currently indexed in:
  • DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
  • CrossRef Metadata search
  • EBSCO Host
  • Index Copernicus Journal Master List
  • OpenAIRE
  • Google Scholar

Thank you for your support in developing an international, and greatly needed, journal in the field. It is your grassroots support that makes the development of the journal possible.