European Journal of Translational and Clinical Medicine

Short title: EJTCM; Eur. J. Transl. Clin. Med.
Editor-in-Chief: Dariusz Kozłowski MD, PhD / Medical University of Gdańsk (Poland)
e-ISSN: 2657-3156
ISSN: 2657-3148
Frequency: 2 issues per year (June, December)
Diamond Open Access (no Article Processing Charge)
Licenses: Creative Common (mainly CC-BY-SA 4.0)
This journal is a member of the Commitee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
40 MNiE
120.64 ICV
0.5 CiteScore


EJTCM aims to publish articles about:
  • multidisciplinary basic & clinical medical research,
  • integration of basic studies with clinical practice (translational medicine),
  • application of new technologies and solutions in all fields of medicine.


  • Original Research Articles,
  • Reviews Articles,
  • Meta-analysis,
  • Short Communications,
  • Study Protocols,
  • Commentaries,
  • Invited Editorials.
In addition, we support the medical community by publishing conference abstracts.


  • Publication model: ahead-of-pub articles
  • Statistical analysis reviewed by the Vice-Editor-in-Chief in equivocal situations by prefessional statistian
  • All manuscripts proofread by Language Editor before publishing
  • Policy of screening for plagiarism with the iThenticate service
  • References verified for accuracy and style


The mission of the journal "European Journal of Translational and Clinical Medicine" is to contribute to the development of medicine and related sciences and to open the access to high-quality, specialist medical knowledge while removing financial barriers because people, their health and life are of interest.
The mission will be implemented by applying high editorial standards to publish, make available in open access and distribute a semi-annual scientific journal in English, without any financial barriers for the authors nor the readers.

As part of our mission in the field of translational medicine, we encourage the Authors of articles published in EJTCM to share their research datasets on the Polish Platform of Medical Research. Sharing of datasets increases the reproducibility and transparency of research, builds public trust in science and allows researchers to re-use data to advance their research projects.
EJTCM proudly supports student researchers by publishing supplemental materials such as conference abstracts.


EJTCM is an Open Access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the readers and/or their institutions.
Readers are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the article full texts or to use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the EJTCM or the Authors. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.