Finnish Medical Journal
Suomen Lääkärilehti (Finnish Medical Journal) reaches Finnish doctors, medical students, health-care decision-makers and professionals.
Suomen Lääkärilehti is the leading journal aimed at doctors in Finland. The journal is published by the Finnish Medical Association, the professional organization for doctors with a membership of 95 % of all doctors registered in Finland. Apart from doctors the readership of the journal includes other health-care personnel, pharmacy staff, staff of companies in the health-care field and future doctors, i.e. medical students.
Suomen Lääkärilehti disseminates new medical information, functions as a journal for continuing education and professional proceedings for doctors. It monitors trends in health care and health-care policy and serves as a forum for professional information and discussion. As a membership journal it also functions as a medium for professional discussion and other information needed by doctors.
The print run is 27,000. A free copy is sent to all doctors and medical students who are members of the Finnish Medical Association. Subscribers include health-care administrators, libraries and private individuals.
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