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50th Anniversary Editorial Calendar



The Dawn of Rare Diseases & Orphan Drugs 
Available to read now!

This thematic issue will be published in line with Rare Disease Month. It aims to shine a light on the field of rare disease & orphan drugs, a therapy area who’s clinical understanding, research & development as well as patient engagement and regulation has seen huge strides over the last few decades.

Transformation of Mental Health & Brain Disorders Management
Coming soon!

AAs clinical understanding of the brain and neurological system have developed, so has understanding on etiologies, risk factors, genetics, diagnostics, and management of both psychiatric and neurological diseases. This issue aims to focus on the major leaps that have been made and continue to be made in managing patients with neurological and/or psychiatric illness.

The Evolution of Medical Publications & Communications
Coming soon!

Access to reliable, high-quality and ethical research is critical more than ever before. This thematic issue will reflect on how research has been published over the last fifty years, the major shifts we have seen in improving the reliability and accessibility of research and importantly, what the future looks like for medical publishing and all stakeholders involved in its development.

Revolutionary Victories in Cancer Care 
Coming soon!
The cure for cancer has been and remains one of the greatest goals for clinicians and researchers around the world. Here, we take a deep dive into the technologies in diagnosis, staging and management of cancers, that have played and are playing a pivotal role in drawing us closer to those life-saving treatments. This thematic issue welcomes manuscripts on any type of cancer including (but not limited to): lung cancer, breast cancer, hematological malignancies, colorectal cancer, gynecological and urological cancers.

Odyssey of Diabetes & Metabolic Disease
Submit by 1st June 2022
Accelerated Publication Submission Deadlines*:
7–9 weeks: 15th June; 3–5 weeks: 1st July

Diabetes is thought to affect around 415 million people across the world and since the discovery of insulin in 1921, we have seen several leaps – not just in its management but also in its diagnosis, screening, prevention and accessibility to treatments. In this issue we will primarily focus on the development of diabetes and how it is managed at present day but we also welcome manuscripts focusing on other metabolic diseases such as thyroid diseases, cardiometabolic disease and liver diseases.

The Era of Infectious & Respiratory Disease
Submit by 1st August 2022
Accelerated Publication Submission Deadlines*:
7–9 weeks: 15th August; 3–5 weeks: 1st September

Our thematic issues end with a theme that has seen one of the most fascinating evolutions and advances within our lifetime. The last fifty years has seen the world endure a number of pandemics, from the HIV/AIDs pandemic in the 1980s all the way to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and present day. This issue will reflect on the life-changing technological and clinical advances that we have witnessed, which have made developing treatments, vaccines and prevention strategies for many infectious diseases possible.  The theme will also aim to focus on what the future looks like for infectious diseases in the era of COVID-19 and how we may prevent and/or manage future pandemics.

All of the themed issues welcome original research, commentaries, editorials, interviews, brief reports and reviews. Please see our new Aims & Scope for further information and guidance.

*Page fees apply for Accelerated Publication

Looking to contribute?

Send your pre-submission enquires to CMRO’s Executive Editor, Dr. Mithi Ahmed or submit online.

@CMRO_Journal
NEW ARTICLE | Real-world clinical burden among patients with and without heart failure worsening after cardiac resynchronization therapy | https://t.co/y7G3vjgIdd
July 5

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