Welcome to International Journal of Impotence Research: The Journal of Sexual Medicine

Now in its 22nd year, International Journal of Impotence Research: The Journal of Sexual Medicine continues to bring professionals in the field of sexual medicine the most essential information and research on male and female sexual dysfunction, including important research related to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, menopause and vascular deficits. If you can't access the articles below, let your librarian know that you would like full-text access from your desktop.

New Reproducibility Guidelines
As of March 2015, the International Journal of Impotence Research requires authors of papers that are sent for external review to include relevant details about several elements of experimental and analytical design. This initiative aims to improve the transparency of reporting and the reproducibility of published results, focusing on elements of methodological information that are frequently poorly reported. Authors being asked to resubmit a manuscript will be asked to confirm that these elements are included by filling out a checklist that will be made available to the editor and reviewers.

Volume 29, No 3
May/June 2017

ISSN: 0955-9930
EISSN: 1476-5489

2015 Impact Factor 1.396*
51/77 Urology & Nephrology

Nestor F Gonzalez-Cadavid, PhD

*2015 Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition (Thomson Reuters, 2016)


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