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|Journal Name||Clinical and Experimental Dermatology|
|Abbreviation||Clin Exp Dermatol|
|Journal Start Year||1976|
|Country||United Kingdom (GB)|
|Journal Details||Journal Website|
Clinical and Experimental Dermatology delivers excellence in dermatology education, it is the British Association of Dermatologists education journal for practicing clinicians and dermatological researchers. It aims to advance the understanding, management and treatment of skin disease and improve patient outcomes and incorporates CPD modules, original articles, reviews and concise reports.
Clinical and Experimental Dermatology (CED) is a unique provider of relevant and educational material for practising clinicians and dermatological researchers. We support continuing professional development (CPD) of dermatology specialists to advance the understanding, management and treatment of skin disease in order to improve patient outcomes.
Besides a dedicated CPD section, CED publishes review articles, original papers, concise reports and items of correspondence. It is the educational journal of the British Association of Dermatologists which attracts globally relevant contributions from around the world. We also encourage submissions about education in dermatology, including research and reviews about the teaching of dermatology.
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The abbreviation of Clinical and Experimental Dermatology is Clin Exp Dermatol. find all journals abbreviation list from abbreviation list.
Clinical and Experimental Dermatology journal has been published since 1976.
Wiley is the publisher of Clinical and Experimental Dermatology. find all journals list from Wiley publisher, click here for list of journals.
Clinical and Experimental Dermatology is currently publishing 44 volumes with the help of Wiley publisher.
"Clinical and Experimental Dermatology" journal Print ISSN : 0307-6938, and Online ISSN 1365-2230
Yes Clinical and Experimental Dermatology is indexed in UGC Journal list. you also can visit in UGC care list, may be they have updated their list. get a list of ugc approved journals.
Yes Clinical and Experimental Dermatology is PUBMED indexed journal.
Yes Clinical and Experimental Dermatology is peer reviewed journal and published by Wiley.
The Journal is indexed in Pubmed, Scopus, UGC (University Grants Commission).
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