Peer Reviewed Journals

Farmeconomia. Health Economics and Therapeutic Pathways

Clinical Management Issues

Pratica Medica & Aspetti Legali

Reviews in Health Care

Other Journals



Critical Care Issues


SEEd Medical Publishers embrace an open access philosophy.

The advantages of open access
  • Greater visibility of authors
  • Wider diffusion of data
  • Inclusion in open access database and institutional repositories
  • Participation in a rising movement of ethical sharing of research results

By adopting an open access philosophy for our journals, we can overcome the time, space, and socio-economic barriers, with the aim of creating a fair, fast, and shared medical literature.

The open access philosophy is also encouraged and supported by the European Union, both at national and Community level. The European Commission, while setting the Horizon 2020 funding program, made it compulsory for those who win the grant to publish their results in open access journals, also promoting open access for the research data publications are based on. UE Institutions act in this way in the belief that a greater accessibility to research results could contribute to enhance scientific knowledge and innovation in the public and private sectors.

SEEd Medical Publishers adopt gold open access, i.e. all articles are provided in open access mode at the moment of publication, without any embargo.

Our journals are distributed under the Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0 license, which permits non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Contents are subject to double-blind peer review process, which ensures the high quality of our articles. SEEd Medical Publishers use iThenticate® software to detect instances of overlapping and similar text in submitted manuscripts.

Since 2017, Farmeconomia. Health Economics and Therapeutic Pathways is member of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics), which promotes integrity in research publication.

In order to ensure a wider diffusion, Farmeconomia and CMI only accept English articles. PM&AL is published in Italian because its topics are about the legal aspects of medical practice, and therefore strictly linked to Italian laws.