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Review of the journal acta informatica medica in 2013.

Masic I - Acta Inform Med (2014)

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Affiliation: Faculty of medicine, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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First issue of Acta Informatica Medica journal was published during wartime in Bosnia and Herzegovina (in 1993)... The journal has its own web site: www.avicenapublisher.org and it is possible to download full articles in PDF format... Most articles are from Bosnia and Herzegovina, but there is a significant number published articles from other countries... The authors of the article published in the Acta Informatica Medica in 2013 were from 16 countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Iran, Turkey, USA, Egypt, Albania, Macedonia, India, Greece, Slovenia, France, Brazil and Saudi Arabia... The ratio of articles by authors from Bosnia and Herzegovina and abroad is 21:79... Most frequently published papers were from Medica Informatics field 28.5%, then from Biochemistry 14.3%, etc... The time period from acceptance to publication of articles (received/accepted time): 50-59 days was presented in 16 cases, then, 60-69 days in 15 cases, 40-49 days in 6 cases, 80-89 days in 6 cases, while the interval - over 100 days was only in 3 cases... So, the largest number of papers was waiting for publication between 2 and 3 months. (figure 1, 2)... The reviewers of the articles published in Acta Informatica Medica in 2013 were: Damir Aganovic (BiH) Omid Aghadavoudi (Iran) Kenan Arnautovic (USA) Mehmedali Azemi (Kosova) Adem Balic (BiH) Marion Ball (USA) Rusmir Baljic (BiH) Jacob Bergsland (Norway) Alma Bravo (BiH) Marko Buksa (BiH) Genc Burazeri (Albania) Vesna Cukic (BiH) Vida Demarin (Croatia) Doncho Donev (Macedonia) Masoud Ferdosi (Iran) Armen Yuri Gasparyan (UK) Vjekoslav Gerc (BiH) Zulfo Godinjak (BiH) Mirko Grujic (BiH) Safet Guska (BiH) Arie Hasman (The Netherlands) Izet Hozo (Croatia) Jacob Hofdijk (The Netherlands) Zlatko Hrgovic (Germany) Mohammad Adnan Hourani (Lebanon) Hilmi Islami (Kosova) Sebija Izetbegovic (BiH) Mahira Jahic (BiH) Naim Jerliu (Kosova) Jasenko Karamehic (BiH) Roya Kelishadi (Iran) Selim Kolgechi (Kosova) Mehmed Kulic (BiH) Asim Kurjak (Croatia) John Mantas (Greece) Izet Masic (BiH) Tarik Masic (BiH) Azra Metovic (BiH) George Mihalas (Romania) Snjezana Milicevic (BiH) Dragica Milinkich (Australia) Moytaba Mojtahedzadeh (Iran) Emir Mujanovic (BiH) Miralem Music (BiH) Rasool Nouri (Iran) Haris Pandza (BiH) Azis Pollozhani (Macedonia) Alden Prcic (BiH) Naser Ramadani (Kosova) Kheirabadi Gholam Reza (Iran) Halima Resic (BiH) Enver Roshi (Albania) Ali Mohammad Sabzghabaee (Iran) Mustafa Sefic (BiH) Abbas Sheikhtaheri (Iran) Osman Sinanovic (BiH) Suad Sivic (BiH) Armin Skrbo (BiH) Sekib Sokolovic (BiH) Emir Solakovic (BiH) Enra Suljic (BiH) Zekerijah Sabanovic (BiH) Salih Tandir (BiH) Nahid Tavakoli (Iran) Muharem Zildzic (BiH) Lejla Zunic (BiH) Zora Vukobrat (BiH) Patrick Weber (Switzerland) To all of reviewers Editorial Board of Acta Informatica Medica cordially thank for their participation and contribution in improving of its contents... On Table 1. is presented the h-index of the most important biomedical journals in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the year 2013... Acta Informatica Medica is now abstracted and indexed in 24 on-line databases.

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Mentions: The largest number of articles was from the field of internal medicine - 45.1%, then, surgery - 16.1%, Pediatrics - 16.1%, neuropsychiatry - 3.2%, gynecology and obstetrics 3.2%, nuclear medicine 3.2%, etc. Most frequently published papers were from Medica Informatics field 28.5%, then from Biochemistry 14.3%, etc. The time period from acceptance to publication of articles (received/accepted time): 50-59 days was presented in 16 cases, then, 60-69 days in 15 cases, 40-49 days in 6 cases, 80-89 days in 6 cases, while the interval - over 100 days was only in 3 cases. So, the largest number of papers was waiting for publication between 2 and 3 months. (figure 1, 2).


Review of the journal acta informatica medica in 2013.

Masic I - Acta Inform Med (2014)

Reviewing process for Acta Informatica Medica
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Figure 2: Reviewing process for Acta Informatica Medica
Mentions: The largest number of articles was from the field of internal medicine - 45.1%, then, surgery - 16.1%, Pediatrics - 16.1%, neuropsychiatry - 3.2%, gynecology and obstetrics 3.2%, nuclear medicine 3.2%, etc. Most frequently published papers were from Medica Informatics field 28.5%, then from Biochemistry 14.3%, etc. The time period from acceptance to publication of articles (received/accepted time): 50-59 days was presented in 16 cases, then, 60-69 days in 15 cases, 40-49 days in 6 cases, 80-89 days in 6 cases, while the interval - over 100 days was only in 3 cases. So, the largest number of papers was waiting for publication between 2 and 3 months. (figure 1, 2).

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Affiliation: Faculty of medicine, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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First issue of Acta Informatica Medica journal was published during wartime in Bosnia and Herzegovina (in 1993)... The journal has its own web site: www.avicenapublisher.org and it is possible to download full articles in PDF format... Most articles are from Bosnia and Herzegovina, but there is a significant number published articles from other countries... The authors of the article published in the Acta Informatica Medica in 2013 were from 16 countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Iran, Turkey, USA, Egypt, Albania, Macedonia, India, Greece, Slovenia, France, Brazil and Saudi Arabia... The ratio of articles by authors from Bosnia and Herzegovina and abroad is 21:79... Most frequently published papers were from Medica Informatics field 28.5%, then from Biochemistry 14.3%, etc... The time period from acceptance to publication of articles (received/accepted time): 50-59 days was presented in 16 cases, then, 60-69 days in 15 cases, 40-49 days in 6 cases, 80-89 days in 6 cases, while the interval - over 100 days was only in 3 cases... So, the largest number of papers was waiting for publication between 2 and 3 months. (figure 1, 2)... The reviewers of the articles published in Acta Informatica Medica in 2013 were: Damir Aganovic (BiH) Omid Aghadavoudi (Iran) Kenan Arnautovic (USA) Mehmedali Azemi (Kosova) Adem Balic (BiH) Marion Ball (USA) Rusmir Baljic (BiH) Jacob Bergsland (Norway) Alma Bravo (BiH) Marko Buksa (BiH) Genc Burazeri (Albania) Vesna Cukic (BiH) Vida Demarin (Croatia) Doncho Donev (Macedonia) Masoud Ferdosi (Iran) Armen Yuri Gasparyan (UK) Vjekoslav Gerc (BiH) Zulfo Godinjak (BiH) Mirko Grujic (BiH) Safet Guska (BiH) Arie Hasman (The Netherlands) Izet Hozo (Croatia) Jacob Hofdijk (The Netherlands) Zlatko Hrgovic (Germany) Mohammad Adnan Hourani (Lebanon) Hilmi Islami (Kosova) Sebija Izetbegovic (BiH) Mahira Jahic (BiH) Naim Jerliu (Kosova) Jasenko Karamehic (BiH) Roya Kelishadi (Iran) Selim Kolgechi (Kosova) Mehmed Kulic (BiH) Asim Kurjak (Croatia) John Mantas (Greece) Izet Masic (BiH) Tarik Masic (BiH) Azra Metovic (BiH) George Mihalas (Romania) Snjezana Milicevic (BiH) Dragica Milinkich (Australia) Moytaba Mojtahedzadeh (Iran) Emir Mujanovic (BiH) Miralem Music (BiH) Rasool Nouri (Iran) Haris Pandza (BiH) Azis Pollozhani (Macedonia) Alden Prcic (BiH) Naser Ramadani (Kosova) Kheirabadi Gholam Reza (Iran) Halima Resic (BiH) Enver Roshi (Albania) Ali Mohammad Sabzghabaee (Iran) Mustafa Sefic (BiH) Abbas Sheikhtaheri (Iran) Osman Sinanovic (BiH) Suad Sivic (BiH) Armin Skrbo (BiH) Sekib Sokolovic (BiH) Emir Solakovic (BiH) Enra Suljic (BiH) Zekerijah Sabanovic (BiH) Salih Tandir (BiH) Nahid Tavakoli (Iran) Muharem Zildzic (BiH) Lejla Zunic (BiH) Zora Vukobrat (BiH) Patrick Weber (Switzerland) To all of reviewers Editorial Board of Acta Informatica Medica cordially thank for their participation and contribution in improving of its contents... On Table 1. is presented the h-index of the most important biomedical journals in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the year 2013... Acta Informatica Medica is now abstracted and indexed in 24 on-line databases.

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