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1980. 11 The Journal of the Korean Academy of Family Medicine was launched.
1992. 2 Information for authors was fully revised.
1996. 11 It became a member journal of the Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors.
1998. 4 Its metadata were searchable from KoreaMed and KoMCI.
1999. 7 KJFM was listed at KCI(Korean cited index). candidate journal.
2004. 1 KJFM was listed at KCI(Korean cited index) journal
2009. The name of journal was changed from The Journal of the Korean Academy of Family Medicine to korean journal of family medicine.
2010. it began to participate in PubMed Central; therefore, its citation info was searchable from PubMed at the same time.
2011. 12 KJFM was indexed in SCOPUS
2011. 12 The language of text was changed as English only to recruit the papers from outside of Korea and to propagate the invaluable information to all over the world.
2013 it required a digital object identifier (DOI) at the end of each reference.
2017.3 It began to be indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index from December; therefore, it has been searchable from Web of Science Core Collection.
2020. ORCID (open researcher and contributor ID) began to be added to all authors.
2022.1 Clinical data sharing policy was introduced according to “Data Sharing Statements for Clinical Trials: A Requirement of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.” Priprints policy was introduced.
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