Academic Medical Journal

«Family Medicine»

International bilingual academic journal
ISSN 2307-5112 (Print)
ISSN 2412-8708 (Online)

Current Issue

No. 1-2 (2022)

When submitting a manuscript to the journal, authors must confirm its compliance with all the requirements set by the editors. In case of non-compliance of the submitted work with the clauses of these requirements, the editorial board will return the materials to the authors for revision. (Read more)

The editorial board of "Family medicine" accepts articles for consideration, provided that this is the first publication, the article has not been transferred for publication to other publications and the design is made in accordance with the requirements of scientific articles of our journal. (Read more)

All scientific articles submitted to the journal are subject to mandatory peer review. The work of the journal is based on the principles of independent and objective review - double-blind. (Read more)

All manuscripts, submitted for publication, will be analyzed for their originality, methodology, importance, quality, ethical nature and compliance with the goals and objectives of the journal. The editor-in-chief has the right to evaluate the editorial and scientific content of the journal and determines the timing of each material publication. (Read more)

“Family medicine” Journal is governed by the rules recommended by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) (Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals). Works using human material must comply with the 2013 Helsinki Declaration. (Read more)


Frequency of journal is quarterly
The journal was founded in 1999



Dear colleagues!
The Ukrainian scientific and educational community is turning to you for support!
The Russian Federation has committed an insidious and completely shameful military attack on our country! In 2022, cruise missiles with cluster munitions and vacuum bombs that are banned in the civilized world are destroying residential areas, kindergartens, and hospitals in the very center of Europe! As of 2nd of March, the number of dead civilians reached 2 thousand (of which at least 18 are children), and thousands are wounded. The President of the Russian Federation threatens the world with nuclear weapons, which can clearly lead to the start of the World War III.
The armed forces and citizens are defending Ukraine to the end! The whole world gives a worthy rebuff to the aggressor through the imposition of sanctions. At the same time, we believe that in this situation the scientific community of the progressive world should have its say. That is why we need your support right now. In our opinion, in 2022, in the 21st century, perhaps the best answer to tanks, multiple rocket launchers, and rockets is closed access to high technologies, innovations, scientific research, and information support.
Therefore, we turn to you with a big request and confidence that you will not only hear, but also do everything possible to protect Ukraine, protect Europe, and, finally, the entire democratic world from bloody authoritarian aggression - with a request:
● to block access to all scientometric databases and materials of scientific publishers for citizens and institutions of the Russian Federation;
● to make it impossible for scientists affiliated with Russian institutions and scientific institutions of the Russian Federation to participate in international grant programs funded by the European Union and other partners;
● to suspend the participation of researchers, students and institutions from the Russian Federation in current international academic mobility programs;
● to boycott attempts to hold scientific events within the Russian Federation (in particular, scientific conferences, symposiums, etc.)
● to suspend indexing of scientific publications published in the Russian Federation in all scientometric databases;
● to prohibit citizens of the Russian Federation from being editors/co-editors/reviewers of international publications;
● to make it impossible to publish the scientific heritage of Russian scientists in the conditions of their affiliation in Russian scientific or educational institutions
● to stop servicing the existing equipment for scientific research and the supply of new.
We are sure that such decisive actions will activate the scientific community and the proactive population of the Russian Federation to stop this shameful military aggression against all civilized mankind.
Without your unity with the Ukrainian nation today, tomorrow may not take place!



About Journal

The journal  «Family medicine» was founded in 1999 to inform medical society about achievements, problems and prospects of family medicine development in Ukraine. From the beginning the journal promotes family medicine, describes the activities of Ukraine Association of Family Medicine, publishes the reviews of the global formation and evidence of advantages of the primary medical care organization based on principals of family medicine in different countries.  Due to the constant participation of the Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine in journal development and significant personal efforts of the first chief editor of the journal – prominent Ukrainian scientist and teacher prof. Grygorii Lysenko, - «Family Medicine» publishes wide spectrum of the original researches and recommendations in different fields from the leaders of medical science of Ukraine. In short time  the journal become the leading edition, not only for family physicians but also for a wide circle of other medical specialists in Ukraine.

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