One more important step for Scientia Medica <b>[Abstract in English]</b>
AbstractWe are pleased to communicate to users of Scientia Medica, especially to authors who honour the journal with publication of their works, that it is now indexed in Scopus. This database, officially known as SciVerse Scopus, and belonging to the Elsevier publishing group, is the largest indexing base of abstracts and citations of peer-reviewed scientific literature. Scientia Medica becomes thus part of a worldwide database, with great prestige and increasingly used by the scientific and academic milieu, which represents a significant increase in the visibility of the journal.
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