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Report of the Korean Journal of Urology Editorial Board Meeting 2014.

Yu HS - Korean J Urol (2014)

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Affiliation: Department of Urology, Chonnam National University Hospital, Gwangju, Korea.

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The 2014 Editorial Board Meeting of the Korean Journal of Urology (KJU) was held on 15 November 2014 in Seoul, Korea, during the Annual Meeting of the Korean Urological Association (KUA)... The assistant editor reported on the current state of KJU... The number of submissions to KJU has consistently increased, especially after publishing the KJU exclusively in English after 2009... Approximately 30% of submissions were case reports and 59% of submissions were original articles... As the number of submissions has increased, the acceptance rate of the articles has gradually decreased... About half of the editorial board members are international researchers from 15 countries including China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Turkey, Australia, Italy, Austria, Canada, UK and USA... There were also many changes to the KJU website (http://www.kjurology.org)... First, special features include online video clips and illustrations demonstrating newly developed surgical techniques, which can be accessed on the KJU website or by scanning a quick response code located on the title page of the article... Manuscripts containing video clips and illustrations are welcomed to further aid readers in delivering both academic knowledge and skills... Second, the "Video Interview with the Author" corner was constructed on the KJU website... Authors who published their articles in KJU could give audiovisual presentations of their data... Finally, KJU is profoundly grateful for the support of the authors, editorial members (Fig. 4), and participants who have been involved with the journal this year.

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The overall acceptance rate according to article type. a:From January issue to October issue, 2014.
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Figure 2: The overall acceptance rate according to article type. a:From January issue to October issue, 2014.

Mentions: The assistant editor reported on the current state of KJU. The number of submissions to KJU has consistently increased, especially after publishing the KJU exclusively in English after 2009. Between January and October 2014, about 60% of the manuscripts submitted to KJU were from outside of Korea. Among them, 57.8% of manuscripts came from Asian countries, including Turkey, India, Iran, Japan, and China (Fig. 1). Approximately 30% of submissions were case reports and 59% of submissions were original articles. As the number of submissions has increased, the acceptance rate of the articles has gradually decreased. The overall acceptance rate was 59.9% in 2013 and 46.1% in 2014. The acceptance rates of original articles and case reports were 43.8% and 5.2% in 2014, respectively (Fig. 2).


Report of the Korean Journal of Urology Editorial Board Meeting 2014.

Yu HS - Korean J Urol (2014)

The overall acceptance rate according to article type. a:From January issue to October issue, 2014.
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Figure 2: The overall acceptance rate according to article type. a:From January issue to October issue, 2014.
Mentions: The assistant editor reported on the current state of KJU. The number of submissions to KJU has consistently increased, especially after publishing the KJU exclusively in English after 2009. Between January and October 2014, about 60% of the manuscripts submitted to KJU were from outside of Korea. Among them, 57.8% of manuscripts came from Asian countries, including Turkey, India, Iran, Japan, and China (Fig. 1). Approximately 30% of submissions were case reports and 59% of submissions were original articles. As the number of submissions has increased, the acceptance rate of the articles has gradually decreased. The overall acceptance rate was 59.9% in 2013 and 46.1% in 2014. The acceptance rates of original articles and case reports were 43.8% and 5.2% in 2014, respectively (Fig. 2).

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Affiliation: Department of Urology, Chonnam National University Hospital, Gwangju, Korea.

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The 2014 Editorial Board Meeting of the Korean Journal of Urology (KJU) was held on 15 November 2014 in Seoul, Korea, during the Annual Meeting of the Korean Urological Association (KUA)... The assistant editor reported on the current state of KJU... The number of submissions to KJU has consistently increased, especially after publishing the KJU exclusively in English after 2009... Approximately 30% of submissions were case reports and 59% of submissions were original articles... As the number of submissions has increased, the acceptance rate of the articles has gradually decreased... About half of the editorial board members are international researchers from 15 countries including China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Turkey, Australia, Italy, Austria, Canada, UK and USA... There were also many changes to the KJU website (http://www.kjurology.org)... First, special features include online video clips and illustrations demonstrating newly developed surgical techniques, which can be accessed on the KJU website or by scanning a quick response code located on the title page of the article... Manuscripts containing video clips and illustrations are welcomed to further aid readers in delivering both academic knowledge and skills... Second, the "Video Interview with the Author" corner was constructed on the KJU website... Authors who published their articles in KJU could give audiovisual presentations of their data... Finally, KJU is profoundly grateful for the support of the authors, editorial members (Fig. 4), and participants who have been involved with the journal this year.

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