PROCEEDINGS OF THE SHEVCHENKO SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY.
The Journal PROCEEDINGS OF THE SHEVCHENKO SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY (MEDICAL SCIENCES) highlights and disseminates information of local and international authors on scientific and clinical interdisciplinary medical issues presented as original research, clinical case reports, review articles, data descriptor articles that point to a dataset or descriptions of clinical or surgical procedures.
The journal was first published in 1898 (founding editor Yevhen Ozarkevich) as a MEDICAL COLLECTION. In 2010 it was renewed and since 2016 published in a new, enlarged format, with an international editorial board. It is distributed to all libraries of higher medical educational institutions, regional medical libraries, and to the leading institutions of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine.
Certificate of state registration: series КВ № 22605-12505 Р (20.02.2017)
Founders and Publishers:
- Shevchenko Scientific Society,
- Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University Ministry of Health of Ukraine,
- Western Scientific Center of NAS of Ukraine and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
Frequency: 2 times a year
The Journal is registered on the portal Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine
It indexed by Google Scholar, CrossRef, Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, Index Copernicus, BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engi)
Access: Diamond open access
The journal's Editorial Board has taken measures to ensure high ethical and professional standards based on Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing and CSE’s White Paper on Promoting Integrity in Scientific Journal Publications.
- International Committee of Medical Journal Editors
- Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
- World Association of Medical Editors
Professional journal on specialty “Medical Sciences” 16.07.2018 № 775 Category B
Language of edition: Ukrainian, English
Format: 60х90 1/8
Scope: 150-200 pages
Polygraphy: high quality offset printing, coated paper, laminated cover, colored internal inserts and illustrations, black and white text block