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Journal Information

British Journal of Dermatology and Clinical & Experimental Dermatology 

The British Association of Dermatologists publishes two world-renowned dermatology journals, both published by Wiley-Blackwell.

The British Journal of Dermatology is one of the top dermatology journals in the world, and publishes papers on all aspects of the biology and pathology of the skin. Originally the Journal, founded in 1888, was devoted almost exclusively to the interests of the dermatologist in clinical practice. However, the rapid development, since the 1950s, of research on the physiology and experimental pathology of the skin has been reflected in the contents of the Journal, which now provides a vehicle for the publication of both experimental and clinical ethical research and serves equally the laboratory worker and the clinician.

Clinical and Experimental Dermatology strives to be the premier provider of easily accessible material for the clinical dermatologist. In addition to the CPD section, issues also include concise reports, regular review articles and a vibrant correspondence section. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology is an official publication of the British Association of Dermatologists. It is a unique provider of relevant and accessible material of educational value to practising clinicians and dermatological researchers.

Community Skin Health (CSH)

Community Skin Health (formerly Community Dermatology Journal) is published by the International League of Dermatological Societies (ILDS) as the official journal of the International Foundation for Dermatology (IFD). The journal is aimed primarily at healthcare workers in resource-poor environments. All current and past issues are freely available on the IFD website, and on the CSH App available on both Android and iOS. Paper copies are sent to healthcare workers in nearly 180 countries. For more information, please visit the CSH information page.

The Community Skin Health contains articles on the management of skin disease and is intended principally for use in resource-poor regions.


Journal Contacts

British Journal of Dermatology  
Clinical & Experimental Dermatology  
Editorial Manager - John Caulfield 020 7391 6346
Editorial Assistant - Jide Ibitoye 020 7383 0266
Media queries - Nina Goad, Head of Communications 020 7931 6355
CSH Editorial Team   



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