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Call for Papers: Special Issue
Maturitas is planning a special issue on “Economic austerity and climate change: Dual challenges for the health of older people”for 2023. Read more [pdf]
Maturitas is an international multidisciplinary peer reviewed scientific journal of midlife health and beyond publishing original research, reviews, consensus statements and guidelines. The scope encompasses all aspects of postreproductive health in both genders ranging from basic science to health and social care.
Maturitas will publish in the following areas:
predictors, effects and management of chronic diseases
sex steroid deficiency in both genders
epidemiology, health and social care
complementary and alternative medicines
We offer Fast Track publication for clinical trials and research articles which present ground-breaking results that justify rapid dissemination. Articles accepted through this route can expect less than 8 weeks editorial time from submission to publication online. Articles submitted for this route will be checked by the Editor-in-Chief to determine if the criterion for fast publication has been met; if not, articles will be redirected to the normal route of category article.
Over 40,000 full-text articles are downloaded from ScienceDirect each month (average over 2015).
EMAS is an international society advancing midlife health and beyond in women and men and promotes the translation of science into clinical practice. Recognising the issues arising from increasing longevity and the obesity epidemic its focus includes osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, cancer, depression and dementia as well as gynaecology and male sexual health. While estrogen-based therapy remains a significant therapeutic area, EMAS considers other relevant fields such as diet and life style, non-hormone based therapy, alternative and complementary therapies and surgery. Through its congresses, schools, newsletters and web site it provides continuing up to date education to medical and allied health professionals stimulating young clinicians and researchers.