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Tropical Dental Journal is published regularly since 1976. This bilingual, quarterly journal mission is to allow the Exchange and dialogue between practitioners from all countries. Its French title is « Odonto-Stomatologie Tropicale ».
Tropical Dental Journal (ISSN 0251-172X) is indexed by Medline (NLM ID: 8103679) since 1980.
Its authors are in tropical and developing countries.
They publish the result of their studies, their experiences and show an « other » facet of dentistry, theirs.
In Africa and in developing countries, practices are necessarily different from those in developed countries:
For many reasons, the significant progresses of Odonto-stomatology cannot yet benefit developing countries. This gives more value to the task of practitioners in these areas and to the work published in « Tropical Dental Journal ».
The fame of the journal, its bilingualism, the quality of its articles, its "tropical" peculiarity, now attract academics far beyond the African continent. Today, Tropical Dental Journal publishes articles from sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa, South Africa, the Middle East, India...
Their studies deserve to be known also in developed countries. The lessons to be learnt can be useful to any researcher, whatever his specialty and the location of his work.
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We are open to all types of partnerships and initiatives that allow for better diffusion of African medical publications.
Founded in 1953 by Professors Maurice PAYET and Pierre PENE, first deans of the faculties of Medicine of Dakar and Abidjan, Médecine d'Afrique Noire is the most important medical Journal of francophone sub-Saharan Africa.
Even today, after 65 years of uninterrupted publication, Médecine d'Afrique Noire remains one of the only titles dealing exclusively with tropical health.
This journal created in 1986 has become the communication vector for researchers and scientists in the Maghreb. Since its creation, the contents of all its issues have been provided by Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian authors.
Médecine du Maghreb allows them to be published in a journal of international dimension
Contact us:APIDPM Santé tropicale