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- Identifying a set of 'core' journals in occupational health, part 2: lists derived by bibliometric techniques
Smith, Derek R.
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Health, School of Health Sciences
- In 2010, an article was published in the Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health (AEOH) that proposed a set of core journals in the field of Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH). In 2010, an article was published in the Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health (AEOH) that proposed a set of core journals in the field of Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH). Part 1 highlighted EOH journal titles that have repeatedly appeared in articles published by other authors, and as such, was intended as a guide for those looking for a manageable starting point given the plethora of published material available in contemporary academia. A ‘core’ list of 13 English-language periodicals was identified and scored based on how often a particular journal was being referred to in the published works of others. The current article, Part 2, proposes a ‘core’ journal list identified by way of bibliometric measures, such as citation counts and impact factors.
- Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health Vol. 65, Issue 3, p. 173-175
- Publisher Link
- Taylor & Francis
environmental and occupational health;
- Resource Type
- journal article