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Masic I - Med Arch (2015)

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

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“Medical Archives” was founded in 1947 as a professional journal of the “AssSociation of Physicians of Bosnia and Herzegovina”... In the journal “Medical Archives” number of articles published during last three years is approximately the same (Figure 2), between 100 and 120, but with statistically significant variations in article types (χ=15.332)... In the journal “Medical Archives” during the last three years were most common articles in the field of clinical medicine... There has been an upward trend in the number of articles in the field of preclinical medicine (Figure 3) but without significant difference in the observed period (χ=7.761; p=0.185)... From the clinical medical field over the past three years, in the journal “Medical Archives” were usually presented articles of general internal and surgical disciplines (Figure 4)... There has been an increase in the number Article in the field of family medicine and dermatovenerology, but without statistically significant difference (χ=27.847; p=0.064)... Preclinical medicine in the journal “Medical Archives” was most often represented by the articles in the field of pharmacology and biochemistry... In 2014, in the journal were present also articles in the field of medical informatics (Figure 5) but without significant differences between observed years (χ=11.35; p=0.182)... By exploring and analyzing the selected theme, the author of this Editorial came to the following conclusions : The number of articles published each year is increasing, with a larger number of authors from many countries and four continents (usually Europe); Rejecting rate is more than 40 %; There is a trend to join forces in terms of regional cooperation when writing articles; The most common are the original articles; The areas of clinical medicine are still the most common in journals (number of articles in the field of radiology, gynecology and ophthalmology are increasing); Preclinical disciplines were most often represented within the articles in the field of medical informatics; Most reviewers of articles are from Bosnia and Herzegovina, but there is also a considerable number from abroad (from more than 20 countries); The most common period which is necessary for the review was between fifty and fifty nine days; Most authors are from the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina (more than 50 %) During 2014 we discovered only 3 cases of Plagiarism (one case from Bosnia and Herzegovina and two from Egypt).

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Figure 5: Representation of preclinical disciplines in the journal “Medical Archives” in the period 2012-2014

Mentions: Preclinical medicine in the journal “Medical Archives” was most often represented by the articles in the field of pharmacology and biochemistry. In 2014, in the journal were present also articles in the field of medical informatics (Figure 5) but without significant differences between observed years (χ2=11.35; p=0.182).


Medical Archives is Now Indexed in Pubmed Central.

Masic I - Med Arch (2015)

Representation of preclinical disciplines in the journal “Medical Archives” in the period 2012-2014
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Figure 5: Representation of preclinical disciplines in the journal “Medical Archives” in the period 2012-2014
Mentions: Preclinical medicine in the journal “Medical Archives” was most often represented by the articles in the field of pharmacology and biochemistry. In 2014, in the journal were present also articles in the field of medical informatics (Figure 5) but without significant differences between observed years (χ2=11.35; p=0.182).

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

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“Medical Archives” was founded in 1947 as a professional journal of the “AssSociation of Physicians of Bosnia and Herzegovina”... In the journal “Medical Archives” number of articles published during last three years is approximately the same (Figure 2), between 100 and 120, but with statistically significant variations in article types (χ=15.332)... In the journal “Medical Archives” during the last three years were most common articles in the field of clinical medicine... There has been an upward trend in the number of articles in the field of preclinical medicine (Figure 3) but without significant difference in the observed period (χ=7.761; p=0.185)... From the clinical medical field over the past three years, in the journal “Medical Archives” were usually presented articles of general internal and surgical disciplines (Figure 4)... There has been an increase in the number Article in the field of family medicine and dermatovenerology, but without statistically significant difference (χ=27.847; p=0.064)... Preclinical medicine in the journal “Medical Archives” was most often represented by the articles in the field of pharmacology and biochemistry... In 2014, in the journal were present also articles in the field of medical informatics (Figure 5) but without significant differences between observed years (χ=11.35; p=0.182)... By exploring and analyzing the selected theme, the author of this Editorial came to the following conclusions : The number of articles published each year is increasing, with a larger number of authors from many countries and four continents (usually Europe); Rejecting rate is more than 40 %; There is a trend to join forces in terms of regional cooperation when writing articles; The most common are the original articles; The areas of clinical medicine are still the most common in journals (number of articles in the field of radiology, gynecology and ophthalmology are increasing); Preclinical disciplines were most often represented within the articles in the field of medical informatics; Most reviewers of articles are from Bosnia and Herzegovina, but there is also a considerable number from abroad (from more than 20 countries); The most common period which is necessary for the review was between fifty and fifty nine days; Most authors are from the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina (more than 50 %) During 2014 we discovered only 3 cases of Plagiarism (one case from Bosnia and Herzegovina and two from Egypt).

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