A Special Issue is a collection of articles that concentrates on a topical research area within the scope of a journal. These Issues provide a venue for research on emerging areas, highlight important subdisciplines, or describe new cross-disciplinary applications.
Last year, we successfully launched over 290 Special Issues across our portfolio of Medicine journals.
Keep up to date with some of the hot topics this year with a selection of the most impactful Special Issues from 2021.
Knowledge-Based Intelligent Systems in E-Health and Medical Communication Services in Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine
This Special Issue aims to serve researchers and developers with original, innovative, and state-of-the-art machine learning methods, algorithms, and architectures to analyze the modern vision of intelligent solutions in E-health and medical communications services.
Postoperative Pain Management of Orthopaedic Surgeries in Pain Research and Management
This Special Issue is focused on pain control and management for patients following orthopaedic surgery.
Natural Bioactive Ingredients as Oxidative Medicines with Antimicrobial Activity for Chronic Disease Treatment: from Drug Development to Industrial Production in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine
This Special Issue aims to summarize the knowledge of underlying mechanisms and physicochemical properties of bioactive ingredients in chronic disease treatment and provide a fully integrated, reliable source of information for the clinical application of bioactive ingredients as oxidative medicines.
Bioactive Compounds of Food: Their Role in The Prevention and Treatment of Diseases 2021 in Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity
The aim of this Special Issue is to describe the current findings on therapeutically promising food bioactive compounds.
Environmental Mutagenicity and Carcinogenicity of Nanomaterials in BioMed Research International
The purpose of this Special Issue is to comprehensively assess the effects of nanomaterials on mutagenesis and carcinogenesis in living organisms. This Issue is focused on safety and clinical issues, thus it should facilitate our understanding of the applications of nanoparticles and identification of potential hazards.
If you are looking to publish your work and contribute to networking and discussions about topics of high interest within your research area, evidence suggests that articles published in Special Issues get more visibility and dissemination.
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