JACI: In Practice Selected for Indexing in MEDLINE
Less than a year after its first issue, The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice, has been selected for indexing in the National Library of Medicine’s MEDLINE®/PubMed database.
Both previously published and future articles will be indexed in MEDLINE, which provides international access to the world's biomedical journal literature.
In an email to members announcing the news, AAAAI President Linda Cox, MD, FAAAAI, commented, “There are a few reasons we can be excited about this accomplishment. First, MEDLINE is used by researchers, healthcare practitioners and students from all over the world. Being indexed will greatly expand the reach of JACI: In Practice and its content. The selectiveness of being indexed and the fact that JACI: In Practice was selected so early in its first year of publication is another reason for excitement.”
Overall, about 20% to 25% of the titles reviewed are chosen for indexing.
Congratulations to Editor-in-Chief Michael Schatz, MD, MS, FAAAAI, Deputy Editor Robert Zeiger, MD, PhD, FAAAAI, Associate Editor Scott H. Sicherer, MD, FAAAAI, the entire Editorial Board and staff, authors, reviewers and everyone who has played a part in the successful first year of JACI: In Practice.
Reminder: Submit Papers for Upcoming Themes
JACI: In Practice covers the spectrum of diseases in the allergy/immunology specialty, with an emphasis on practical clinical research and the latest recommendations for diagnosis and treatment. If you have unpublished research that fits any of the upcoming 2014 themes below, the editors invite you to submit manuscripts at the JACI: In Practice submission site.
January/February: Drug allergy
July/August: Atopic dermatitis
November/December: Food allergy
Any questions regarding the submissions process or specific manuscripts can be sent to the Editorial Office at InPractice@njhealth.org.