North Carolina Medical Journal

The NCMJ was founded in 1849 by the North Carolina Medical Society. Since 2002, the journal has been copublished by the North Carolina Institute of Medicine and The Duke Endowment. The journal is published 6 times per year and is read by a wide range of health care professionals, policy makers, government officials, business executives, educators, researchers, and interested lay people.
Quality of Long-Term Care: Nutrition as a Critical Dimension

Published July 1, 2005

NCMJ July/August 2005

The North Carolina Healthcare Safety Net

Published March 1, 2005

NCMJ March/April 2005

Alzheimer’s Disease and Family Caregiving

Published January 1, 2005

NCMJ January/February 2005

Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities

Published November 1, 2004

NCMJ November/December 2004

Quality of Care and Performance Improvement

Published September 1, 2004

NCMJ September/October 2004

New Directions in End-of-Life and Palliative Care

Published July 1, 2004

NCMJ July/August 2004

Infant Mortality in North Carolina

Published May 1, 2004

NCMJ May/June 2004

The North Carolina Nursing Workforce

Published March 1, 2004

NCMJ March/April 2004

Organ Donation and Transplantation

Published January 1, 2004

NCMJ January/February 2004