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First described May 1, 2018

  • • It is primarily for pediatricians who seek tailored information they are able to adopt in their research and practice, but its readership can be expanded to other positions;
  • • Researchers have access to recent clinical pediatric endocrinology and metabolism research topics and detailed research methods;
  • • Clinicians in the field have access to new information and recent pediatric care developments for their patients;
  • • Medical teachers are able to access and adopt a variety of medical education data;
  • • Allied health professionals, including nurses, have access to recent information concerning the care of children with endocrine and metabolic diseases;
  • • Medical health students can learn about recent trends in the field and read about interesting cases;
  • • Policymakers are able to reflect on the article results and apply them in nationwide healthcare policies for children with endocrine and metabolic diseases;
  • • The public, especially families with children who have endocrine and metabolic diseases, are able to read about the advancements in their children’s diseases, increasing their knowledge and inspiring confidence in the pediatricians’ devotion to their children.
  • Journal Impact Factor 2.2
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