Journal of Pain and Symptom Management
AAHPM's Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (JPSM) is a monthly, internationally respected, peer-reviewed scientific journal and one of our top-rated member benefits.
JPSM serves an interdisciplinary audience of professionals by publishing the latest clinical research and best practices related to the relief of illness burden among patients afflicted with serious or life-threatening illnesses.
The journal is mailed to members monthly and they also receive electronic access from their desktops and mobile devices.
- set JPSM as your preferred journal
- access JPSM tables of contents and abstracts
- log in to access full-text articles (or gain access to content via a "trusted proxy server").
AAHPM members Dr. Russell K. Portenoy and Dr. David Casarett serve as editor-in-chief and senior associate editor, respectively, and members Dr. Sydney Dy, Dr. Stefan J. Friedrischdorf, Dr. David Hui, Dr. Debra Parker-Oliver, and Dr. Christian Sinclair serve as associate editors. Read their Conflict of Interest disclosures; find the full editorial board and learn more about the journal at www.jpsmjournal.com.
The Journal of Pain and Symptom Management's latest Impact Factor has increased to 2.905 - a 10% increase and an all-time high for the journal. The higher impact factor moves the journal up in ranking to 21/90 in the category of Healthcare Sciences & Services and 29/154 in Medicine, General and Internal in the most recent Journal Citation Reports, published by Thomson Reuters.
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