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1/2007
vol. 3
 
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From Editor-in-Chief
Impact Factor 2009 – the main aim of Archives of Medical Science

Maciej Banach

Arch Med Sci 2007; 3, 1: 1-2
Online publish date: 2007/03/23
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I am pleased to present the first 2007 issue of Archives of Medical Science (AMS). I hope the articles included are interesting for you and will encourage you to read future as well as archive issues of AMS. I look forward to your suggestions and opinions. I will be glad to receive any comments or letters to the Editor regarding the manuscripts we have already published. This form of communication between authors and readers is the best way to exchange opinions and engage in matter-of-fact debate. First I would like to thank the people who helped me with the current Archives of Medical Science, especially our Publishing Editor, Ms Marzena Demska, for her well-aimed advice and commitment, and great patience in this exceptionally hard work. I would also like to invite all AMS’s Readers to acquaint themselves with the great editorial article by Dr. Bernhardt Schaller, entitled: Medical Education and the Bologna Process, and review/educational article by Prof. Cezary Watala, entitled: Sample size and significance - somewhere between statistical power and judgment prostration, which is a continuation of the subject, having started in the 4th issue of AMS in 2005. I would like also encourage you read our original papers, short communication and cases reports. I am sure they will be of interest. I’m pleased to inform you that since the 4th of January Archives of Medical Science has been indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded and in late 2009 the first Impact Factor (IF) will be calculated. For that reason I have invited great, experienced scientists from all over the world in order to help the Editorial Staff with the increasing the number of good submissions and as the consequence to receive high impact factor. I would like to kindly welcome them and wish to have much satisfaction working with us. In few consecutive issues of AMS I will try to introduce them shortly: Prof. Steven M. Donn is a Professor of Pediatrics and Chief of the Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital of the University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, his M.D. degree from Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, his postgraduate training in pediatrics at the University of Vermont in Burlington, and his fellowship training in neonatal-perinatal medicine from the University of Michigan. His research interests include high technology support of...


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