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How to win space in medical journals: Bits and tips

Published:February 10, 2018DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejim.2018.02.007
      I chose to convey to the readership a few words not only on the achievements of the European Journal of Internal Medicine and the strategies implemented by me and the other editors for the disposal of the submitted articles, but also a few pieces of advice to prospective contributors, particularly those who are more junior and thus less experienced.
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      • Are there ways to improve the citations of a scientific paper?
        European Journal of Internal MedicineVol. 50
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          The expansion of scientific publications makes more difficult the mining of relevant information necessary for a productive appraisal of authors' work, scientific interaction and exchange. Papers over-citation is unproductive, under-citation of innovative research generates delay and inefficiency. The extraction of information from the literature is mostly based on keywords (KWs).
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