Member access to the Internal Medicine Journal
What is the Internal Medicine Journal?
The Internal Medicine Journal is the official peer-reviewed publication of the Adult Medicine Division at the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP).
The RACP distributes the Internal Medicine Journal to its subscribers every month across Australia, New Zealand and the world.
RACP members and staff
RACP members and staff have full access to Internal Medicine Journal articles online, as well as Accepted Articles (unedited but citable articles available before print publication).
View the Internal Medicine Journal issues
The public can view Internal Medicine Journal abstracts online and have the option to purchase full text articles from the Wiley Online Library.
How do I submit an article?
Submit your article for publication through ScholarOne Manuscripts.
Read instructions for authors, including how to create an account and how to submit your manuscript for review.
Who will review my article?
Journal submissions are peer reviewed by expert reviewers chosen by the appropriate subspecialty editor. The journal has 28 subspecialty editors and an editor-in-chief, who form the editorial board.
When will my article be published?
We publish original research and review papers accepted by the subspecialty editor on the Accepted Articles website. Accepted articles are unedited but citable papers available before print publication. Publication of your journal article depends on journal space and issue compatibility.
Conflicts of Interest
When submitting work to the Internal Medicine Journalyou must disclose any financial or other conflict of interest. If an article has numerous authors, you only need to submit one Conflict of Interest Disclosure form per group.
Download our Conflict of Interest Disclosure form (PDF 507KB)
How can I advertise in the journal?
Find information on advertising in the Internal Medicine Journal
2015 Impact Factor
The 2015 Impact Factor for the Internal Medicine Journal was 1.526 and the journal’s ranking in the ‘Medicine, general and internal’ category was 64/151.