21世紀的核心臨床期刊將重新被檢視

2016/02/17     來源:MLA閱讀原文

The “Core clinical journals” (CCJ) subset is a special journal category filter in PubMed that limits one’s search to 119 English-language journals considered to be of immediate interest to practicing physicians (rather than journals that are more academic in nature). The CCJ are core titles for hospital libraries as well, forming the backbone of many hospital collections. Originally produced in 1970 in print as the Abridged Index Medicus (AIM), the only update occurred in 1979, when 8 journals were removed and 26 added. A recent analysis of current usage of the CCJ titles in internal medicine highlighted the growing divergence between the information needs of today’s clinicians and those of almost 40 years ago, with only 30% of articles that were used clinically drawing from the CCJ list [Klein-Fedyshin et al. 2014]. Isn’t it time for an update? ...more