The challenges of a small medical journal to have international recognition in Indonesia: editors' perspectives

  • Hans Joachim Freisleben Medical Journal of Indonesia; German-Indonesian Medical Association (DIGM)
  • Felix Firyanto Widjaja Medical Journal of Indonesia
  • Farrokh Habibzadeh Medical Journal of Indonesia; Past President, World Association of Medical Editors (WAME)
Keywords: Editorial
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Freisleben HJ, Widjaja FF, Habibzadeh F. The challenges of a small medical journal to have international recognition in Indonesia: editors’ perspectives. Med J Indones [Internet]. 2021Mar.25 [cited 2023May31];30(1):1-. Available from: