Biomedical Sciences, particularly Parasitology and Microbiology, constituted the predominant subject in the Revista during the first decade, reflecting the intense research environment at the School of Microbiology of the University of Costa Rica and at Hospital San Juan de Dios. The relative weight of Biomedicine in the following decades diminished, due to the outstanding increment in publications in Biological Sciences; however, the absolute number of contributions in Biomedical Sciences remained constant throughout the last decades, with around 80 contributions per decade. In spite of the predominance of Parasitology as the main biomedical subject, the last decades have witnessed the emergence of new areas of interest in the Revista , such as Pharmacology of natural products, Toxinology, especially related to snake venoms, and Human Genetics. Revista Investigacion Educativa, This document consists of the eight issues of the series " Revista Investigacion Educativa" published during the 4-year period
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Biomedical Sciences, particularly Parasitology and Microbiology, constituted the predominant subject in the Revista during the first decade, reflecting the intense research environment at the School of Microbiology of the University of Costa Rica and at Hospital San Juan de Dios.
The relative weight of Biomedicine in the following decades diminished, due to the outstanding increment in publications in Biological Sciences; however, the absolute number of contributions in Biomedical Sciences remained constant throughout the last decades, with around 80 contributions per decade. In spite of the predominance of Parasitology as the main biomedical subject, the last decades have witnessed the emergence of new areas of interest in the Revista , such as Pharmacology of natural products, Toxinology, especially related to snake venoms, and Human Genetics.
Revista Investigacion Educativa, This document consists of the eight issues of the series " Revista Investigacion Educativa" published during the 4-year period This review of educational investigation seeks to promote the exchange of information about empirical research in education. It is published semiannually, and includes reports of both quantitative and…. However, the Revista is not a primary botanical journal. A wide variety of topics and geographic sources have been included, taking into consideration species from the Neotropics, but also from India and Nigeria.
A complete index of botanical papers is presented. We also report the h-index of the journal, which infers quality linked to the quantity of the output. In the Latin American region, Brazil relevantly increased its scientific output.
Its contribution to the Chilean scientific community dedicated to Medicine appears to be of central value. We found articles the first one published in We observed: increase of publications over time, with decrease in the last five years; similar production volume in lethal and non-lethal violence; later publication of the latter; few studies in qualitative research; mostly descriptive production; and visualization of the problem more by the acts than by contexts or motivations and aggressors.
Human rights were little used and only recently used as analytical framework, connected more to gender than to social class. Foram encontrados artigos o primeiro deles publicado em Os marcadores sociais foram pouco tematizados. Formal medical education had an early development since Chile became independent from Spain Its first director was Dr. German Schneider. Revista Medica is the oldest serial publication in South America and the second oldest in the Spanish speaking world.
This is a remarkable fact for a comparatively young country. With the creation of the Medical Society and Revista Medica, a process of continuous medical education was started and they became a real Graduate School. The Journal has adopted the main changes in knowledge and technology. Some important milestones of its development, during the second half of the 20th century, were the definition of its objectives and structure, the incorporation of peer review of manuscripts even with foreign reviewers the adoption of international guidelines for publication, its incorporation into the main biomedical journal indexes, the modernization of its printing process, the making of a computer generated index of all papers published since , its incorporation into a digital library in INTERNET and the active participation of its editors in the World Association of Medical Journal Editors.
The success of the journal is influenced by the independence that the Medical Society has conferred to the editors all outstanding University Professors , as well as to the characteristics of an educational campus "invisible and without tumult" Ingelfinger. During the year , manuscripts were submitted to this journal, following an increasing trend in the recent decade.
This higher number of submissions demanded a larger number and wider scope of external reviews, retarding the editorial process. The mean time lapse from reception to acceptance or rejection was 6. Research articles were Thirty seven published manuscripts The Impact Factor was 0. In contrast with the low citation rate, the number of visits to the open access electronic version in www. National indicators were based only on citations from 87 Spanish journals considered source journals, whereas international indicators were calculated on the basis of citations from both national journals and foreign source journals in the Science Citation Index.
The primary objective of this study was to compare some of the bibliometric indicators of the continuity, circulation and productivity of the Revista Espanola de Quimioterapia up to with other spanish journals of Pharmacy and Pharmacology.
PubMed Central. We observed significant increase in the number of articles published and diversification of subjects addressed over the 50 years, representing the consistent development of the scientific field of Nutrition in Brazil. Since its inception, RSP has played an important role in the dissemination of knowledge about the main nutritional issues in Brazil. To recognize the characteristics and path taken by the through analysis of the scientific production it has published over the period from to It is prominent as a medium for publishing Brazilian scientific production in public health and is displaying a geometric increase in publication and citation, with annual rates of 4.
The mean number of authors per paper has risen from 2 to 3. Although original research articles predominate, the numbers of reviews, multicenter studies, clinical trials and validation studies have been increasing. The number and diversity of journals citing the Journal has been increasing, many of which are non-Brazilian.
Authorship per author shows good fit to Lotka's Law, but the parameters suggest greater concentration and less dispersion than would be expected. The Revista shows great dynamism, without signs of abating or reaching a plateau any time soon. There are signs of progressively increasing complexity in the studies published, and more multidisciplinary work.
The Revista seems to be widening its outreach and recognition, while remaining faithful to the field of. In the 's papers on arthropods of medical importance were dominant, in the 's there was a poliferation of papers on bees, and in more recent years the subjects have become increasingly diverse. In terms of nationality of contributing authors, the journal appears to have become increasingly international in later years. Among medical journals in the world it is placed It has been published monthly without interruption, except for the period January through December , due to the revolution taking place at that time.
The first Editor was German Schneider, a German physician from Bonn who came to Chile in with the immigrants that settled in the South. The journal is peer-reviewed, has appeared regularly since its foundation, and continues to attract original research papers, mostly by Mexican and Latin American authors. We share some musings about the future of our journal, in view of recent developments in the scientific publishing field.
Scientific cooperation is essential for the advance of science. Bibliometrics and social network analysis offer evaluation indicators to analyse collaboration in scientific papers. Collaboration Index, the most productive authors' and institutional collaboration patterns and the types of institutional collaborations have been quantified. Also, it has been constructed the coauthorship networks and the institutional collaboration network.
Networks have been identified and represented using Access and Pajek software tools. The Collaboration Index was 4. The collaboration between institutions of the same country prevails It has been observed a positive evolution in the collaboration patterns over the time. Nevertheless, it is essential to encourage inter-regional and international collaboration. This paper analyzes the changes in the structure and function of the magazine. Highlights two facts. The journal ROL expresses the transformation of the new universitary nursing, and how was adapting to scientific standards: although not increased the number of original articles, was normalizing their structure, bibliography or citations pattern, and also the scientific writing style.
Most publications are Full Articles on Ecology papers. The marine ecosystem of which there is more publications is the coral reefs 28 ; and fish is the most studied taxonomic group Almost half of the Supplements are marine related The RBT must continue its efforts to maintain itself as a leading marine science publication in Latin America.
The purpose of our analysis is to foster research on the history of medicine and of the sciences. From the description of the editorial aspects of the journal one can have an idea of how the research field was organized between and The periodical also allows for an overview of the exchange occurring between Brazilian and foreign historian physicians at that time.
Shaken by the loss of Germany's colonies in Africa, the difficulties faced due to post-war economy, and the restrictions imposed by the armistice, the Germans sought to restore their cultural and scientific prestige through such initiative.
While initially all authors were Chilean, the journal is now open to submissions from abroad and since the year articles are published in English when the local language of authors is not Spanish. The number of articles received determines an increasing administrative and editorial burden and, together with the high cost of publishing, will require changes in publication policies.
The journal will participate in continuing medical education programs as soon as reaccreditation of medical specialties becomes officially organized in Chile. We selected and classified the articles according to the main topics of scientific production in the area of Policy, Planning and Management. In the last decade, the topics of Policy and Access to Medicines and Public-Private Relationship, including judicialization, gained importance.
The pages of RSP embraced the vast and diverse production of Policy, Planning and Management in its first 50 years, contributing to the consolidation of the area in Brazil.
There is an ongoing interest in the society in promoting gender equality and in women integration in research activities. The highest women's participation took place in original articles A greater productivity in men and a greater rate of collaboration in women has been detected. Scientific activity studies disaggregated by gender give an essential information in order to establish the basis of a scientific policy for promoting the woman as researcher.
A low presence of women in positions of high productivity has been detected, whose causes should be identified. We checked parameters based on ISO standards, the recommendations of scientific and editorial organisations, and studies of scientific editing and international publishing practices for biomedical journals.
Diffusion was calculated using national and international databases, specialised libraries in Spain, and Internet sources. The analysis of the scientific content and publication practices was based on bibliometric indicators for the journal, authorship, and contributions.
The sample for this study comprised six alternate issues of volume number 88 , the last issue of this volume, and the first issue of volume 89 The samples used for the bibliometric analysis varied depending on the characteristics of specific indicators and the availability of information. The overall mean value for compliance with standards was The editorial procedures at the journal are similar to those of analogous international journals.
Bibliometric indicators showed co-authorship to be 5. The mean delay between initial receipt of a manuscript and its publication was days. Cocitation analysis gave the journal a central position amongst the 38 Spanish biomedical journals considered representative of the field. The journal. The journals of medicine arose as a communication tool more than years ago. At the beginning, their nature was local; later, their aim was to spread medical information along the nation; and, finally, they sought to reach the world distribution.
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