28 Év a hazai kunikai idegtudományok együttmüködésének szolgálatában

Translated title of the contribution: 28 years in the service of the cooperation of national clinical neurosciences

Péter Rajna, J. Tajti

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Abstract

Two leading managers of the scientific journal currently publishing its 71st volume give an overview on the history and content- and form-related development of the journal. Recognizing the constantly decreasing role of paper-based literature products, the value system and the priorities of the journal were established more than 20 years ago: 1) preservation of high standards by achieving and maintaining international registration and annual qualification (i.e. impact factor); 2) enabling publication in Hungarian language for scientists living in Hungary and abroad; 3) dis-playing an ever broader spectrum of clinical neurosciences in the publications; 4) presentation of cutting-edge findings (related to the etiology, diagnostics, therapy, and care) of the most frequent and most relevant diseases in order to assure and enhance the quality of national clinical practice; 5) providing the possibility for the highest possible standard of scientific publication for Hungarian clinical neuroscientist; and finally 6) maintaining a readily available interaction surface and debate forum for the involved professionals in clinical questions of public interest. With respect to the above aspects, an outline is given of the efforts of the nearly three decades by listing editorial, publication, and other activities introduced throughout the history of the journal. The presumed strengths and weaknesses of the journal are summarized, the opportunities and limitations of the established objectives are highlighted, based on which the editors outline the most important tasks (SWOT analysis).

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)303-311
Number of pages9
JournalIdeggyogyaszati Szemle
Volume71
Issue number9-10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 30 2018

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ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Neurology
  • Clinical Neurology

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