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Title:Bibliometrijska analiza člankov in citatov revije Zdravstveno varstvo
Authors:Miholič, Petruša (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Not categorized
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FHŠ - Faculty of Humanities
Abstract:Uvod: Bibliometrija in njene metode s sistematičnim zbiranjem podatkov merijo in analizirajo objave. Bibliometrijska analiza posamezne revije je v veliki meri tudi analiza raziskovalnega področja, ki ga revija pokriva. S tem namenom smo naredili bibliometrijsko analizo revije Zdravstveno varstvo in ugotovili njeno odmevnost in pomembnost pri izmenjavi informacij v znanstvenem krogu. Metode: V analiziranem sedemletnem obdobju je bilo pregledanih 28 rednih številk. Pregledani so bili prispevki iz rubrik: uvodniki, izvirni in pregledni znanstveni članki, pisma uredništvu, recenzije, nekrologi. S pomočjo kvantitativnih bibliometrijskih metod smo dobili objektivno sliko o celotni reviji in njenem razvoju v zadnjih sedmih letih. Rezultati: V zadnjih sedmih letih se je kakovost objav nedvomno dvignila, kar kažejo tudi dobljeni rezultati. Prevladujejo večavtorski članki, avtorji citirajo predvsem članke, ki jim sledijo monografije, pretežno citirajo angleško literaturo, avtorji pa navajajo skoraj polovico virov, mlajših od petih let. Zaključek: Dobljeni rezultati nas navajajo k razmišljanju, da gre pri raziskovalnem in strokovnem področju zdravstvenega varstva nedvomno za medicinsko področje, ki ima tudi zelo močan družboslovni značaj, saj se ukvarja z medicino, zdravstvom in zdravjem tudi kot družbenim pojavom. Vključenost revije Zdravstveno varstvo v letu 2009 na seznam revij SSCI Expanded ni naključje, ampak rezultat minulega dela uredništva, ki si je v preteklosti prav to zadalo za cilj.
Keywords:zdravstveno varstvo, serijske publikacije, bibliometrija
Year of publishing:2010
Number of pages:str. 109-116
Numbering:Letn. 49, št. 3
ISSN:0351-0026
UDC:001.891:614
COBISS_ID:1024271956 Link is opened in a new window
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Abstract:Background: Bibliometrics is a set of methods for systematical collection of texts and published data for further study and analysis. Bibliometric analysisof a scientific journal is to a great extent also analysis of the research field covered by that journal. We did bibliometric analysis of the journal Zdravstveno varstvo to assess its visibility and the role it plays in the scientific exchange of information. Methods: We reviewed 28 issues of the journal, published during a period of seven years. The contributions were studied by the following sections: editorials, original and review scientific articles, letters to the editor, book reviews and obituaries. Quanitative bibliometric analysis of Zdravstveno varstvo for the period 2003-2009 providedan objective view of the contents and development of the journal over the period studied. Results: As shown by the results obtained, the quality of publications has markedly improved over the past seven years. Multi-authored articles prevail. Journal articles are the most frequently cited source, followed by monographs (mostly in English); half of the sources quoted are less than five years old. Conclusions: The results suggest that both health care practice and research constitute a medical field that is very closely related to social sciences; it approaches the fields of medicine, health care and health as social phenomenons. The inclusion of Zdravstveno varstvo in the Expanded Social Science Index (SSCI) in 2009 is not a coincidence but a resultof the committment of editors to reach the goal they had set in the past.
Keywords:public health, periodicals, bibliometrics

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