Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings is a peer-reviewed general medical journal that presents clinical articles of interest to practitioners. The journal is published by Taylor & Francis and owned by Baylor Scott & White Health, the largest not-for-profit health care system in Texas and one of the largest in the United States. Baylor Scott & White Health is committed to innovation, collaboration, integrity, and compassion for the patient, and the journal attempts to highlight these values. Submissions are not limited to those affiliated with the institution; the journal seeks outstanding manuscripts from around the world. Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings contains a mixture of articles and features, including original research, review articles, historical articles, editorials, case studies, and book reviews. While articles that focus on a single specialty are accepted, articles that appeal to a wide range of practicing physicians are particularly desired.

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BUMC Proceedings 2021 Articles

Vol 34, Issue 4

Evidence-based approach to early outpatient treatment of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) infection

Vol 34, Issue 5

Uterus transplantation--questions and answers about the procedure that is expanding the field of solid organ transplantation

Vol 34, Issue 6

Post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 in adults referred to COVID recovery clinic services in an integrated health system in Texas

BUMC Proceedings 2022 Articles

Vol 35, Issue 1

Application of beta blockers in burn management

Vol 35, Issue 2

Alopecia syphilitica, from diagnosis to treatment

Vol 35, Issue 3

Management dilemmas in restarting anticoagulation after gastrointestinal bleeding

Vol 35, Issue 4

A Concerning Trend in Geriatric Pharmacy Merits Evidence-Based Intervention

Vol 35, Issue 5

Optimal Cardiovascular Medical Therapy: Current Guidelines and New Developments

Vol 35, Issue 6

Dietary Supplements and Bleeding

BUMC Proceedings 2023 Articles

Vol 36, Issue 1

Moving Beyond Teamwork in the Operating Room to Facilitating Mutual Professional Respect

Vol 36, Issue 3

Monkeypox: Another Pandemic in the Making