Indian Journal of Critical Care Case Reports (IJCCR) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal, that aims to publish original research articles, reviews including book review, case reports, invited editorials, latest informative medical news, and scholarly articles on all scientific subjects of medical sciences and education. Started in the year 2022, the journal include articles on all basic sciences and clinical research as well as medical education, legislation and health policy, medical manpower and organization development, medicine and society, ethics and humanities, research in nursing, physiotherapy, and allied sciences.
Indian Journal of Critical Care Case Reports (IJCCR) is owned and managed under the auspices of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine and published by Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.
The Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM™) was formed in 1993 to promote high-quality critical care in India. India is the largest democracy in the world. With the large population, comes the need for a large number of hospitals, Intensive Care Units, and therefore doctors trained in intensive care. Unfortunately, no formal training in critical care was available to doctors in the medical colleges or hospitals in India. The Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM™) was formed in October 1993 because of this need felt by doctors for some platform whereby physicians, anaesthetists, surgeons etc. interested in critical care medicine could share their views, anxieties, problems, and data. ISCCM™ promotes critical care in India through clinical monthly meetings, seminars, and national conferences throughout the country. It publishes its journal "The Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine" starting July 1997 which will be made available, full text, at this site.
Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd is committed to supporting health, medical and dental research communities across continents. Jaypee Journals, a division of Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers is one of the largest medical publishers in the world and provides high-quality open-access journals that are trustworthy, authoritative, and accessible to researchers. We provide high-quality support at all stages of the publishing cycle so that we can help researchers publish their work. We are the partners of success for researchers through global standard publishing as well as open access. We are the partners of success for researchers through global standard publishing as well as open access.
We are the partners of success for researchers through global standard publishing as well as open access.
Indian Journal of Critical Care Case Reports (IJCCR) publishes bi-monthly.
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