New and forthcoming publications 3rd quarter 2021

Karger Bulletin 3, 2021

Dear readers,

Portrait Gabriella Karger

The new Karger Learning Management System is home to our e-learning courses. Here universities, health care practitioners, and researchers will find journal-related material and training courses for editorial board members.

The materials have been created by experts and at the end of a course you will be awarded a certificate. All training courses are also available on your mobile device, making learning possible anywhere and anytime: thanks to technological advances, you may conveniently learn new things at home or attend a webinar while on the road.

We are continuously developing our digital portfolio. We take your needs to heart and are very happy to add this new service to our portfolio.

Yours sincerely,
Signatur Gabriella Karger

New Releases & Forthcoming Publications


Fast Facts: Digital Medicine
The Fabric of the Human Body
Fast Facts: Managing immune-related Adverse Events in Oncology
Graves' Orbitopathy
A History of Neuropsychology
ISCN 2020
Nutritional Care of Preterm Infants
Peritoneal Dialysis Manual
Practical Algorithms in Pediatric Endocrinology
SickKids Handbook of Pediatric Thrombosis and Hemostasis
Unveiling Diabetes - Historical Milestones in Diabetology
Well-Being Therapy

Supplement & Special Topic Issues

EUGOGO Anniversary Symposium
Evolution of Eukaryote Genome Complexity
Globalization, Culture & Development: Insights and Alternatives in the Contemporary World
Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation - 125 Years Monatsschrift
JGA Special Issue 2021
Microbiota in Cancer Development
Neurochemical Biomarkers of the Continuum between Healthy Temperament and Psychopathology
Pathology as a Key to Understand and Tackle COVID-19
Renal Allograft Pathology
The Alternative Model for Personality Disorders
The Future of Digital Health


In addition to converting journals to OA and founding new OA journals, as well as building on transformative OA agreements and open policies, Karger has adopted the Transformative Journal (TJ) model for several journals. The TJs are hybrid OA journals that are strongly committed to taking action to increase the number of OA research articles published every year with the aim of becoming fully OA.

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