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Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society 2005;38(6): 484-487.
Analysis of Papers Published on Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society in 2005.
Hyun Tai Chung, Hee Jin Yang, Min A Yi, Dong Gyu Kim
1Department of Neurosurgery, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.
2The Editorial Department, Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society, Seoul, Korea.
ABSTRACT
One of the biggest change in the history of the Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society(JKNS) had been introduced in 2005. From January 2005, all manuscripts submitted to JKNS should be written in English. This new regulation was followed by many changes in characteristics of the papers published on JKNS in 2005. The authors present an analysis of papers published on JKNS and compared with those of 2004 and 2003. In total, 184 articles were published in 2005. Since a review article was requested by the editorial office to the authors, 183 articles were peer reviewed. Eighty five clinical articles, 75 case reports, 19 laboratory investigations, two special articles and two technical reports were printed. This distribution was not statistically different from 2004's distribution (p=0.67), even though the ratio of clinical articles was decreased to 46.4% from 54.4%. Due to the change in language specification, English articles were increased with statistical significance (p<0.001). There were several events related with copyright of the contents of the papers published on JKNS. We think these are some good points came with change in official language to English. General trends of the papers seemed to be in the right way.
Key Words: Published papers; Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society; 2005
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