Annals of Internal Medicine migrates its website to Atypon’s Literatum publishing platform -

The American College of Physicians (ACP) has migrated the website of its flagship medical journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, to Atypon’s Literatum publishing platform. The revamped website delivers a new streamlined design, advanced search functionality, and improved navigation, while continuing to feature the same practice-enriching content that readers expect from Annals.

The new website delivers all of the highly regarded Annals of Internal Medicine content, including research articles, clinical guidelines, and commentary, podcasts, and CME courses. Moving to the Atypon platform enables the journal to dynamically generate user-specific content to deepen user engagement.

The streamlined design of the new site provides improved usability and readability including on mobile devices. Enhanced navigation and improved search function gets Annals subscribers to the content they want to see, more quickly and easily. Additionally, an enhanced visual display of related content allows easier navigation to additional content on similar topics.

Annals of Internal Medicine is the flagship journal of the American College of Physicians (ACP). Annals is the most widely read and cited general internal medicine journal and one of the most influential peer-reviewed clinical journals in the world. Annals’ mission is to promote excellence in medicine, enable physicians and other health care professionals to be well-informed members of the medical community and society, advance standards in the conduct and reporting of medical research, and contribute to improving the health of people worldwide. New content is published every Tuesday at

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