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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-511170

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In order to improve the reference service, the necessity to provide reference service for translational medicine in academic library was analyzed and the translational medicine-based reference service in Library of Qingdao University was elaborated from the aspects of its contents and ways with the existing problems and weaknesses summarized.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-592149

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OBJECTIVE To study the characteristics of articles,citations and authors in Chinese Journal of Nosocomiology(Chin J Nosocomiol).METHODS The data about articles,citations and authors of Chin J Nosocomiol from 2005 to 2006 were collected and analyzed in terms of bibliometric parameters.RESULTS There were 1365 papers published in Chin J Nosocomiol during 2 years and papers with funded projects accounted for 12.3%.The average number of articles per issue was 57,the average publishing cycle of the articles was 8.4 months;87.1% of which shared with co-authors;the cooperation ratio was 3.57.The authors comed from 31 provinces.The papers with citation accounted for 68.9%and 92.3% of all the citations came from journals.The Price's indicator was 82.0%.CONCLUSIONS Chinese Journal of Nosocomiology,an academic journal of high quality,with strong influence,pushes the subject of Nosocomiology in China forward.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-543154

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Objective To study the characteristics of articles, citations and authors in Chinese Journal of Neurology(Chin J Neurol). Methods The date about articles, citations and authors of Chin J Neurol from 2002 to 2004 were collected and analyzed in terms of bibliomertic parameters. Results There were 648 papers published in Chin J Neurol during 3 years and papers with funded projects accounted for 25.0%. The average number of articles per isseu was 36; the average number of article per page was 0.43; the average publishing cycle of the articles was 10 months. The authors distributed in 27 mainland provinces and Hongkong, 91.5% of whom shared with co-author; the coporation rate was 4.19. The papers with citation accounted for 65.3% and 95.0% of all the citations came from journals. The Price’s indicator was 56.6%. Conclusions Chinese Journal of Neurology, an academic journal of high quality, with strong influence, pushes the subject of neurology in China forward.

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