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Vol 28, No 2 (2015): March-April AMP Student: Vision and Point of View Abstract  PDF (Português)
Henrique Cabral, Pedro Câmara Pestana
Vol 31, No 13 (2018): Ahead of Print 31 The Future of Medical Publishing Abstract  PDF
Trish Groves
Vol 29, No 5 (2016): May Lessons from London: The BMJ Editorial Process Abstract  PDF
Pedro Câmara Pestana, Ana Rita Ramalho, Joana Revés
Vol 29, No 3 (2016): March AMP-Student: Challenges for Scientific Publishing Abstract  PDF
Pedro Câmara Pestana, Ana Rita Ramalho, Bernardo Marques da Silva, Joana Revés, Mariana Fernandes, Sandra Maurício
Vol 30, No 9 (2017): September Conflict of Interest Disclosure in a Top-Tier Portuguese Medical Journal Abstract  PDF
Nuno Moreira Fonseca
Vol 28, No 5 (2015): September-October Professional Medical Writing: A Tool for High Quality Publications Abstract  PDF
João Bissau, Pedro Borrego
Vol 28, No 2 (2015): March-April Tips for a Title Abstract  PDF (Português)
Helena Donato, Rui Tato Marinho
Vol 31, No 4 (2018): April Can We Develop Top Medical Journals in Portugal? Abstract  PDF
Tiago Villanueva
Vol 31, No 3 (2018): March Letter to the Editor: Happy Birthday Acta Médica Portuguesa! Almost 40 Years of Indexation at PubMed… (But When Will We Have a Portuguese Journal of Psychiatry Indexed at PubMed?) Abstract  PDF (Português)
João Gama Marques
Vol 30, No 10 (2017): October Fresh Wind at Acta Médica Portuguesa Abstract  PDF (Português)
Tiago Villanueva
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