Publication audit for the Year 2009 and revised guidelines for authors of Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences

Jawaid, Shaukat Ali
April 2010
Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences;Apr2010, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p500
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the publication audit of the "Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences" for 2009. It indicates that the journal enjoyed an increase in the number of manuscripts being received for publication. Specifically, it reports that the journal received 498 manuscripts compared to 427 in 2008. Additionally, it reveals that the number of manuscripts received from Pakistan alone reached 146 during the year. Moreover, the number of manuscripts published by the journal during the year increased to 214 compared to 203 in 2008.


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