MEDICA REVIEW. International Medical Humanities Review focuses its interest in the humanities applied to the study of health, disease and medicine, that is, the analysis of all personal, cultural and social values that are articulated with the biological facts in health and disease. Articles focused on any of the eight branches that make up the medical humanities are welcome: 1. Medical anthropology and sociology; 2. Art, literature and medicine; 3. Bioethics; 4. Medical communication; 5. History of medicine; 6. Psychology and psychopathology; 7. Theory of medicine; 8. Philosophy of medicine. Reports on clinical trials will also be accepted, following the specific guidelines for this type of work.
Note: previously, articles in Portuguese were published but articles in this language are not accepted anymore. Only articles in Portuguese that were sent to the journal until the 20th of October of 2022 will be published.