Is BMJ Open a nursing journal?

Is BMJ Open a nursing journal?

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What is the difference between BMJ and BMJ Open?

Types of research The BMJ never publishes Research questions in laboratory, animal, and volunteer studies are too preliminary for most readers of The BMJ; you may like to consider submitting to BMJ Open Science instead, a journal that publishes basic, translational and pre-clinical studies.

Is BMJ Scopus indexed?

The journal is also abstracted and indexed in Scopus, the Science Citation Index Expanded., PubMed Central, Embase (Excerpta Medica), DOAJ and Google Scholar. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2020 impact factor of 2.692.

Is BMJ reputable?

On the other hand, the BMJ is considered a trustworthy collection of important medical information.

Is BMJ indexed?

The BMJ is included in the major indexes PubMed, MEDLINE, EBSCO, and the Science Citation Index. The journal has long criticised the misuse of the impact factor to award grants and recruit researchers by academic institutions.

What type of journal is BMJ?

medical trade journal
The BMJ is a weekly peer-reviewed medical trade journal, published by the trade union the British Medical Association (BMA). The BMJ has editorial freedom from the BMA. It is one of the world’s oldest general medical journals.

Is BMJ Open a print journal?

Accepted articles are published on as they become ready, and is updated daily. Once published, articles are then selected for a subsequent print issue. The BMJ provides open access to peer reviewed research as part of its commitment to readers and authors.

Is The BMJ credible?

Is BMJ free to publish?

BMJ journals levy an Article Processing Charge (APC) in order to make your work open access. APCs vary by journal so please refer to the individual journal website for more details. The BMJ, our flagship journal, charges an APC of £5,000 (exclusive of VAT for UK and EU authors) on acceptance of your research paper.