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Journal of Nuclear Medicine's impact grows, remains consistently high over past 5 years

at the universitys David Geffen School of Medicine. That research is now provided even faster since the society initiated publish ahead of printpublishing articles online in advance of the print versionand free, open access to full-text online articles 12 months after publication, he added. I applaud the efforts of our editorial board members who identify those manuscripts worthy of publication, assist authors in publishing clear and succinct papers and provide readers with essential articles on molecular imaging and nuclear medicine, said Schelbert.

JNMs 2006 impact factor is its second highest rating in the past five years. During this time period, JNM has consistently remained in the top four of all nuclear medicine, radiology and medical imaging journals, has consistently achieved more than 14,000 annual citations and has averaged about 256 published articles each year. Other journals listed with JNM in the top four are Seminars in Radiation Oncology, Neuroimage and Radiology.

The Journal Citation Report also publishes an immediacy index for journals as an indicator of the speed with which citations to a specific journal appear in published literature. JNMs immediacy index rose to 1.004, moving the journal to third place in its category. The total number of JNM citations grew to 14,605 for 2006.

One of the most important recent uses of the impact factor is in the process of academic evaluation. The impact factor is often used as a measure of the quality and influence of the journals in which researchers have been published. Impact factors also provide librarians with a tool to help them manage journal collections and make purchasing decisions. ISI has presented quantifiable statistical data to provide a systematic, objective way to evaluate the worlds leading journals and their impact and influence in the global research community for more than 45 years.


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Contact: Maryann Verrillo
mverrillo@snm.org
703-652-6773
Society of Nuclear Medicine
28-Jun-2007


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