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Journal Bibliometric Report (2017)


The Journal Bibliometric Report is based on all publications in Medline/Pubmed that were cited by Medline/Pubmed publications in 2017.

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Details for "Hosp Q"

Full Journal Title(s)

  • Hospital quarterly

Journal Field(s)

Publications and Citation Counts by Year

For each year, the table below lists the number of citable publications [Citable Pubs]; the total number of times citable publications were cited in 2017, including self-citations [Cites From 2017 (All)]; the cumulative percent of the number of times citable publications were cited by publications in 2017, including self-citations [Cites (All) Cumulative %]; the total number of times citable publications were cited in 2017, not including self-citations [Cites From 2017 (No-Self)]; the cumulative percent of the number of times citable publications were cited by publications in 2017, not including self-citations [Cites (No-Self) Cumulative %]; the percentage of citations that were self-citations [% Self Cites]; and the impact factor, which is the number of times citable articles from the previous two years were cited in the given year [Impact Factor]. Citable publications are those whose Medline/Pubmed type is "Journal Article", which in general includes things like original research, meta-analysis, and reviews, but does not include editorials or letters. Self-citations are those where an author cites a previous publication that he or she wrote. Self-citation does NOT mean an article in a journal citing an article in that same journal.

YearCitable
Pubs
Cites From
2017 (All)
Cites (All)
Cumulative %
Cites From
2017 (No-Self)
Cites (No-Self)
Cumulative %
% Self
Cites
Impact
Factor
2003431477.781477.780.000.03
200253183.33183.330.000.01
200148083.33083.330.000.00
200050294.44294.440.000.00
1999371100.001100.000.000.00
1998550100.000100.000.00-
1997220100.000100.000.00-
Note: the data used by the tools on this page are derived from MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.