Global health journal impact factors 2012

It’s that time of year again – how quickly it comes round! What, what, you might ask? Is it time to turn the clocks back already? No, not that! I’m talking about Thomson Reuters publishing their annual Journal Citation Reports – the Report that tells you the impact factor of all your favourite journals. I’ve posted on this before – see here and here. Most university libraries have a subscription – check it out.

journal imageThis time around, I’ve updated our table and added a few more journals that regularly publish articles on global health – you can view it below. It’s not an exhaustive list, just the ones I know about. Fingers crossed the excellent journal Global Health Governance gets a mention by Reuters next year.

Global Health Journals 2012

Thanks to Victoria Fan, Monica Green, Igor Rudan, and Judith Green for their suggestions for journals to include – I’ve added them all to the new table. If anyone has further suggestions for next year, please leave a comment.

Andrew

2 Responses to “Global health journal impact factors 2012”

  • Andrew Harmer says:

    Here’s an interesting blog post from Scholarly Kitchen: ‘Citation Cartel Journals Denied 2011 Impact Factor’ – reporting on a list of 51 journals suspended from this year’s JCR due to “anomalous citation patterns.”

  • [...] Harmer, who blogs at globalhealthpolicy.net, has compiled a list of what he believes to be the top academic journals in this space along with additional information [...]


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