Journals by Subject
Military MedicineAccess restricted to Stanford unless otherwise noted
- ADF health v. 1-, 1999-, Aust Defense Force Health Serv
- Biosecurity and bioterrorism v. 1-, 2003-, Liebert
- Intervention v. 4-, 2006-, Ovid
- Journal of the US Army Medical Department 1989-1994, Univ Penn
- Medical bulletin (United States. Army. European Command. Office of the Chief Surgeon) v. 2-5, 1947-48., Univ Penn
- Medical bulletin (United States. Army. European Command. Medical Division) v. 5-9, 1948-52., Univ Penn
- Medical bulletin (United States. Army. Forces in the European Theater. Office of the Theater Chief Surgeon) v. 1-2, 1946-47., Univ Penn
- Medical bulletin (United States. Army. Medical Command, 7th) 1970-89, Univ Penn
- Medical bulletin of the U.S. Army, Europe v. 9-27, 1952-69., Univ Penn
- Medical journal Armed Forces India v. 57-, 2001-, ScienceDirectv. 68, no. 3-, 2012- Full text delayed 12 months PubMed Central
- Military medicine v. 168, no. 8-, Aug. 2003-, Acad Search Premv. 174-, 2009- Atypon
- U.S. Army Medical Department journal Jan./Feb. 1998-, US Army Med DepUS Army Med Dept J Univ Penn
- US Army Medical Department journal Jan./Feb. 1998-, US Army Med DepUS Army Med Dept J Univ Penn
- Vojnosanitetski pregled v. 59-, 2002-, Acad Search Prem
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