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ACCP Announces the Launch of "Kathos" Journal
The ACCP is proud to announce the initial launch of "Kathos", the Greek word for "including...", the online journal of Cathopathic medicine and the ACCP. This journal will be designed to include peer reviewed clinical research articles focusing on Cathopathic medicine, patient perspective stories on ways the practice of medicine with a cathopathic approach has changed their lives and experiences in health care, a student section as well as space for editorials, opinion pieces, and a point/counterpoint section for debating trending topics.
We will be looking for members interested in joining the editorial board/peer-reviewer panel, as well as those who would like to submit pieces for consideration. The goal of this publication is to allow us, as an organization, to define what cathopathic medicine is. How our backgrounds in nursing philosophy has informed our practice of medicine today, and how we continue to use this approach to provide quality patient care.
To apply for a position on the editorial board, to become a peer reviewer, or to submit manuscripts for consideration please click here, on the image of the journal, or under the menu heading above.
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