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Bibliometric analysis of Polish contribution to world dermatologic literature (1994-2005) Analiza bibliometryczna polskich publikacji w światowym piśmiennictwie dermatologicznym w latach 1994-2005

Author(s): Adam Reich | Dominik Samotij | Katarzyna Trybucka | MarekŚrama Anna | Tracińska

Journal: Clinical Dermatology
ISSN 1730-7201

Volume: 11;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 21;
Date: 2009;
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Keywords: publikacje | bibliometria | bibliografia medyczna | dermatologia | publications | bibliometrics | bibliographyof medicine | dermatology

Introduction: Bibliometric analysis became a separate scientific discipline, frequently used to evaluate the output of research institutes. Objective: The aim of this study was the assessment of Polish contribution to the development of world dermatology between 1994 and 2005. Material and methods:The evaluation of Polish dermatological achievements was based on thefrequencyof Polish publications in eight prestigious dermatological journals divided in two groups: group Aconsisted of four mostly cited dermatological journals,and group B contained furtherfour, meticulously selected, well known journals with a special interest on clinical aspects of dermatology. Results: Among 14.893 analyzed publications, we have identified a total of 70 papers, in which the first author (n=51; 72.86%) or one of co-authors (n=19; 27.14%) worked in Poland. Twenty eight (40%) were published in group A journals and 42 (60%) in group B journals. In group A, papers with Polish authorship accounted for only 0.27% of all publication, whereas in group B Polish reports constituted 0.93% of all papers. (group A vs. group B:P

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