Reference Accuracy in Peer-Reviewed Pediatric Orthopaedic Literature
- How accurate are quotations and references in medical journal? de Lacey, Gerald; Record, Carol; Wade, Jenny // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);9/28/1985, Vol. 291 Issue 6499, p884
Assesses the accuracy of quotations and references in medical journals in Great Britain. Occurrence of errors in citation of references; Prevention of immediate identification of the source of the reference; Effect of inaccurate quotations and citations on the original author and the reader.
- Omega yes, alpha no. von Lichtenberg, Franz // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;11/9/94, Vol. 272 Issue 18, p1412
Criticizes the omission of relevant references in some medical publications. Need for comprehensive literature search; Inadequacy of computers in identifying vintage medical literature.
- Source Notes. // Mark Morris;1994, p289
References for the quotations that appeared in the book "Mark Morris," by Joan Acocella are presented.
- Correction. // Journal of Mormon History;Fall2012, Vol. 38 Issue 4, preceding p1
The article provides corrections for the article "Eleven Witnesses Behold the Plates," by Gale Yancey Anderson from the Spring 2012 issue.
- Textual Prostheses. Dworkin, Craig // Comparative Literature;Winter2005, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p1
Discusses the use of literary paratexts in contemporary writing. Description of the use of literary paratexts in the book "Topographie anecdotÃ©e du hasard"; Reasons of printers for employing a series of letters in alphabetical sequence to link the notes to the text; Difference between bottom...
- Notes for Contributors 2010. // Studies in Hispanic Cinemas;Jan2011, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p79
The article notes the rules on the format and presentation of the articles published within the journal. It offers several guidance which includes the article's submission, presentation, quotations, references, illustrations and transliteration. It also states that the web references must have...
- Author self-citation in the diabetes literature. Gami, Apoor S.; Montori, Victor M.; Wilczynski, Nancy L.; Haynes, R. Brian // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/22/2004, Vol. 170 Issue 13, p1925
Background: Author self-citation is the practice of citing one's previous publications in a new publication. Its extent is unknown. We studied author self-citation, choosing the major clinical field of diabetes mellitus to represent the general medical literature. Methods: We identified every...
- A bibliometric overview of public health research in Europe. Clarke, Aileen; Gatineau, Mary; Grimaud, Olivier; Royer-Devaux, Sandrine; Wyn-Roberts, Nia; Le Bis, Isabelle; Lewison, Grant // European Journal of Public Health;Aug2007 Supplement 1, Vol. 17, p43
Background: Our aim, within the collaborative study SPHERE (Strengthening Public Health Research in Europe), was to produce a bibliometric overview of public health research literature for Europe. Methods: A search strategy ('filter') was designed to interrogate the Science Citation Index (SCI)...
- The fifty most cited Latin-American articles in the orthopaedic literature. Urrutia, Julio; Zamora, Tomas; Prada, Carlos // International Orthopaedics;Aug2014, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p1723
Purpose: The number of citations of an article is a marker of its academic influence. Several medical specialties, including orthopaedics, have ranked the articles with more citations. We identified the 50 most cited orthopaedic articles from Latin-America and analyzed the characteristics that...