The 2016 winter issue of Emory Medicine highlights Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Barbara Rothbaum's work with veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries, among other invisible wounds of war, through Emory's Veterans Program.

Emory Medicine is a triannual print and digital magazine with a combined circulation of 71,000. Print copies are sent to School of Medicine alumni, friends, members of university and health care boards, patients, donors, and US medical school deans, and are placed in more than 75 bins around campus and in the waiting areas of Emory's clinics and hospitals. The digital magazine is emailed to Woodruff Health Sciences Center faculty and staff and to Emory School of Medicine alumni, residents, fellows, and current medical students. 

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Emory Medicine at a Glance

In each issue

Emory Medicine contains health news, medical advances, translational research, patient experiences, case studies, and expert Q&As. An eight-page class notes section ("What's Up, Doc?") is inserted into the print issues mailed to School of Medicine alumni.

Editorial purpose

Aimed at the sweet spot between a medical school alumni magazine and a consumer health magazine, Emory Medicine strives to inform readers about clinical, research, health, and science stories emerging from Emory Healthcare and the School of Medicine in compelling, dynamic ways.


The recipient of many national writing, editing, design, and photography awards, Emory Medicine recently won recognition from the Association of American Medical College's GIA awards, and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) awards of excellence.

Digital accessibility

Current and archived issues of Emory Medicine magazine are available online. The Emory Medicine magazine app can also be found in the iTunes app store under Emory Health Magazines.

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