The Journal of Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine (JAIM)
Celebrating its 30th year of publication, the Journal of Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine (JAIM) has earned a reputation for quality, integrity, and timeliness among the acupuncture and integrative medical community. JAIM features peer-reviewed articles that emphasize research, clinical therapies, and historical perspectives in acupuncture medicine.
- Frequency: Semi-annually
- Circulation: 15,000
- Distribution: JAIM is distributed across the US and internationally to licensed acupuncturists, students of Chinese medicine, AOM colleges and libraries, western medical schools and hospitals with an integrative medicine focus.
- Readership: Licensed acupuncturists; student practitioners; educators, scholars, and researchers of AOM; allied health professionals and integrative medicine practitioners.
The California State Oriental Medical Association (CSOMA) publishes the Journal of Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine.
JAIM Online is an extension of our print publication, and much more. This open-access resource features current issues and archives of JAIM, special topics, sponsored articles and more.
JAIM provides an engaging platform – both in print and online – for the exchange of ideas and information on topics relevant to today’s practitioner.
2019 Editorial Calendar
Spring/Summer 2019: Acupuncture in Hospitals
Fall/Winter 2019: Oncology
Dates and content subject to change without notice.