BMC Gastroenterology is an open access journal published by BioMed Central that publishes original research articles on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary disorders.The bmc gastroenterol impact factor displays the number of citations to articles published in this journal during a given year, based on Scopus data.
Impact Factor (IF)
Journal impact factor (IF) is a scientific measure of the average number of citations to articles published in that journal, used as an effective metric to gauge its popularity among other similar journals. It measures scholarly impact and is widely used by research libraries when selecting influential works within their fields. However, this metric may be misleading since it doesn’t take into account other types of citations such as abstracts, working papers or online documents.Impact factor is the best measure of a journal’s significance within its field. But there are other factors that should also be taken into account when assessing an individual or group of journals, including SCImago journal citation ranking (SJR) which can be compared with other similarly ranked publications in the same domain.
Impact Score (IS)
The Impact Score (IS) is a statistic that measures the average number of citations received for recent articles published in an academic journal. It’s calculated by Scopus and takes into account both year-wise averages of citations received to articles published during those two years.BMC gastroenterol is part of the BMC series, which publishes subject-specific journals focused on individual research communities across all areas of biology and medicine. Our editorial decisions are made based on scientific validity: the question, methods and analysis used must be relevant to the field at hand and adhere to community-agreed standards relevant to the research topic at hand.BMC Gastroenterology is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that covers all aspects of prevention, diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary disorders as well as molecular genetics, pathophysiology and epidemiology. Published by BioMed Central Ltd. (a member of Springer Nature), it can be accessed by anyone with an Internet connection.
BMC Gastroenterol is an open access journal that publishes original peer-reviewed research articles in all areas of prevention, diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary disorders. We encourage submissions from scientists who have made significant advances in these fields as well as related molecular genetics, pathophysiology and epidemiology.Furthermore, we require authors to deposit all relevant data in an accessible public repository when available. This can be done either through the BMC journal repository or as part of their main manuscript.
The h-index is an impact metric that measures the impact of a researcher’s scholarly work by comparing their publications to their citations. It takes time to calculate and depends on both the length of a researcher’s career as well as how many publications they’ve authored.
Bmc Gastroenterol is an open access journal publishing original peer-reviewed research articles in all aspects of prevention, diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary disorders as well as related molecular genetics, pathophysiology and epidemiology. It is published by BioMed Central Ltd.The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) is an eight-digit identification for serial publications such as journals, magazines and newspapers. ISSNs are assigned by national centres within the ISSN network which is coordinated by the ISSN International Centre in Paris.ISSNs are also utilized to distinguish print and electronic versions of periodicals. Each serial publication has an individual ISSN, however it can be difficult to differentiate between printed and electronic editions of a given publication.ISSNs are issued to all printed and electronic serial titles distributed within the United Kingdom. However, if a serial is published elsewhere, it must obtain an ISSN from either its national centre or International Centre.