Lifescience Global publication gets indexed in Thomson Reuters - Web of Science

child health thomson reutersDecember 22, 2015:  International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition has been selected for coverage in Thomson Reuters products and services. The publication will be indexed and abstracted in: Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).

Journals selected for ESCI publish content of interest to the worldwide Web of Science community. The journals listed with ESCI passed independent editorial evaluation. 

This journal will now be considered for inclusion in products such as the Science Citation Index Expanded™ (SCIE), the Social Sciences Citation Index® (SSCI), and the Arts & Humanities Citation Index® (AHCI).

This title is now also searchable in  Thomson Reuters - Intellectual property & Science Master Journal list to meet the needs of the scientific and scholarly research community.

About International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition

The peer-reviewed journal, started in 2011, publishes research on all aspects of child health and defining the nutritional needs of children, from conception through adolescence. The journal is designed to disseminate research findings and to attract quantitative and qualitative research papers relevant to individuals and institutions from all disciplines working in child health and nutrition including researchers, policymakers, sponsors, healthcare providers and non-governmental organizations. The journal intends to bring together scientists and implementing bodies to discuss the current evidence and future requirements for global, regional and national child health and nutrition.

The journal publishes review articles that highlight the significance of recent research in nutrition and illustrate the central role of nutrition in the promotion of health and prevention of nutrition-related diseases in children like obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, HIV and other chronic diseases. It also focuses on studies of nutrient - gene interactions, bioavailability of minerals, malnutrition, health, diet & nutrition, nutritional status and general nutrition & dietetics in children.  View journal's current issue here.

About Thomson Reuters - Emerging Sources Citation Index

Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) widens the citation universe and mirrors the growing global body of science and scholarly activity. ESCI complements the highly selective indexes by providing earlier visibility for sources under evaluation as part of SCIE, SSCI, and AHCI’s rigorous journal selection process. Inclusion in ESCI provides greater discoverability which leads to measurable citations and more transparency in the selection process.

Rapidly changing research fields and the rise of  interdisciplinary scholarship calls for libraries to provide coverage of relevant titles in evolving disciplines. ESCI provides Web of Science Core Collection users with expanded options to discover relevant scholarly content. Get real-time insight into a journal’s citation performance while the content is considered for inclusion in other Web of Science collections. Items in ESCI are searchable, discoverable, and citable so you can measure the contribution of an article in specific disciplines and identify potential collaborators for expanded research.

 

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