Touch Briefings announce that its clinical journal European Urological Review has been accepted for indexing in Scopus.
Scopus aims to provide comprehensive, authoritative and reliable coverage of biomedical literature, enabling clinicians and medical researchers to capture the most relevant, up-to-date information published in the clinical domain.
Scopus is the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.
It includes approximately 41 million records from over 18,000 titles. This includes 100%
of Medline coverage. It is used by academics, biomedical scientists, regulatory and pharma professionals.
With deep indexing criteria and a powerful search function, Scopus will increase the exposure of the journal’s articles by including them in a recognised central repository for the global scientific community.
“Becoming indexed in Scopus strengthens further this journal’s standing as a respected reference resource for the urology community. It ensures our expert review articles will benefit from enhanced visibility and reach, assisting Touch Briefings in continuing to support excellence in clinical practice,” commented Jonathan McKenna, Associate Publishing Director at Touch Briefings.
About Touch Briefings
Touch Briefings publishes a rich and diverse portfolio of peer-reviewed journals comprising of concise review articles designed to keep busy practitioners up-to-date with the latest developments in their field. The portfolio – available in print, e-book and online platforms – serves as a key reference resource for the international medical community. Through this portfolio, Touch Briefings aims to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and support physicians in improving patient outcomes.