Welcoming Blockchain in Healthcare Today
With the current global pandemic, the importance of Open Science in scientific medical research has been recognized by many as critical in developing effective treatment strategies to overcome this health crisis. We are pleased to announce a new cooperation with Partners in Digital Health (PDH) to showcase the Gold open access journal, Blockchain in Healthcare Today (BHTY). BHTY is the world’s first peer-reviewed journal that amplifies and disseminates distributed ledger technology (DLT) research and innovations in the healthcare sector. BHTY content is now integrated into our ever-growing database, which currently contains nearly 65 million records, in a unique Featured Collection.
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We believe that Open Access to medical research is critical for advancing health research and saving lives. Part of our mission at ScienceOpen is to bring together the latest results from different fields, and cultural and geographical regions. For this reason, we are happy to announce our new partnership with the Ireland-based publisher Compuscript, whose two biomedical journals: Family Medicine and Community Health and Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications are now indexed on ScienceOpen. Both journals publish peer reviewed, open access research articles with a focus on results from China. Let’s take a closer look at them!
Family Medicine and Community Health (FMCH)
Family Medicine and Community Health aims to promote improved healthcare through the practice of family and community-based medicine globally. The journal covers topics that are common and relevant to family medicine and community health, such as: healthcare policies, health insurance coverage, public health, epidemiology, social and preventive medicine, management of chronic illnesses, health promotion and health ethics, community health service from pediatrics to elderly care, and education and training in family medicine worldwide with a special emphasis on Chinese and developing world modalities. So it covers quite a bit of research ground!
As a publication of the Chinese General Practice Press (CGPP), Family Medicine and Community Health is able to publish open access without charging article processing charges.
Our top article selection from the journal:
A new role for primary care teams in the United States after “Obamacare:” Track and improve health insurance coverage rates
Healthy China 2030: “Without national health, there will be no comprehensive well-being”
The innovations in China’s primary health care reform: Development and characteristics of the community health services in Hangzhou
Primary care clinicians’ strategies to overcome financial barriers to specialty health care for uninsured patients
Economic burden of inpatients with viral hepatitis B-related diseases and the influencing factors
Integration of community health workers into health systems in developing countries: Opportunities and challenges
Engaging black sub-Saharan African communities and their gatekeepers in HIV prevention programs: Challenges and strategies from England
Factors associated with the utilization of institutional and home birth services among women in Ethiopia: A scoping review
Maternal health and its affecting factors in Nepal
Mothers’ health-related quality of life: Its relationship with children’s health-related quality of life and behavior in low-income families
West meets east: Chinese and US doctors addressing the medical ecology and disease management from both countries’ perspectives
Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications (CVIA)
Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications is the official journal of the Great Wall International Congress of Cardiology (GW-ICC), devoted to exploring novel developments in cardiovascular disease, and to promote cardiovascular innovations and applications for the betterment of public health globally. The journal publishes basic research that has clinical applicability relating to coronary artery disease, heart failure, hypertension, cardiac arrhythmia, prevention of cardiovascular disease with a heavy emphasis on risk factor modification.
The latest issue is dedicated to recent advances in noninvasive cardiac imaging, such as:
Novel SPECT Technologies and Approaches in Cardiac Imaging
Cardiac PET/CT and Prognosis
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Coronary Arteries: Latest Technical Innovations and Clinical Experiences
Novel Approaches for the Use of Cardiac/Coronary Computed Tomography Angiography
Do Modern Imaging Studies Trump Cardiovascular Physical Exam in Cardiac Patients?
All articles are now placed into a context of more than 28 million articles through our citation and recommendation network and can now be found under our brand new OA filter.
For more information about our indexing services, please contact our Marketing Manager Erik Riemenschneider (Erik.Riemenschneider@ScienceOpen.com).
We are still running our free indexing competition for APC-free open access journals, so get in touch if you qualify!