20th anniversary of the Ukrainian Neurosurgical Journal
Keywords:Bulletin of Ukrainian Association of Neurosurgeons, Ukrainian Neurosurgical Journal, Open Journal Systems, Scientific Periodicals of Ukraine
The first issue of Ukraine’s first journal that covers issues of diagnosis and treatment of neurosurgical pathology, was published in April 1995. Journal had called the “Bulletin of Ukrainian Association of Neurosurgeons”. For the period 1996-1999 published eight issues. The journal re-registered as Ukrainian Neurosurgical Journal (UNJ) in November 1999. Under this title has published 63 issues. As at September 2015 published a total of 71 issue. A total 1,473 publications printed in the pages of the journal during its existence.
The UNJ archived by the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine, its included in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI). UNJ scientific publications also indexed Google Scholar and the world’s largest bibliographic database WorldCat.
The UNJ online version http://theunj.org/ created in the framework of the “Scientific Periodicals of Ukraine” (SPU) on based publishing platform Open Journal Systems of International scientific community Public Knowledge Project in 2015. SPU cooperation with leading international scientific databases and information resources makes it easier for publishers processes entering their publications in prestigious refereed databases, directories and search engines. This greatly increases the availability of journal for scientists, and thus contribute its publication activity.
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