Russian Journal of Pediatric Surgery (Detskaya Khirurgiya)
Launch Year: 1997
Frequency: 6 issues per year
The journal is intended for clinicians working in the field of pediatric surgery. It covers relevant topics in general pediatric surgery, urology, thoracic and abdominal surgery, pediatric anesthesia, resuscitation, and intensive care. Much of the journal’s focus is on modern schools of pediatric surgery and leading pediatric hospitals in Russia and the rest of the world, as well as on the teaching programs they offer. The journal publishes lectures, reviews of monographs dedicated to various aspects of pediatric surgery and allied disciplines, information on new diagnostic and treatment techniques, and the results of original research along with recommendations on their implementation.
The main goal of the journal is to promote continuous postgraduate professional education of pediatric surgeons, anesthesiologists, experts in resuscitation and related disciplines
– highlighting topical issues of pediatric surgery, urology, thoracic and abdominal surgery, anesthesiology, resuscitation, and intensive therapy
– familiarizing readers with modern pediatric surgery schools and leading domestic and foreign clinics
– public discussion of problems related to the training of clinicians and researchers in pediatric surgery, anesthesiology, and resuscitation
– publication of thematic reviews and lectures
– publication of information about off and in press monographs on various aspects of pediatric surgery and related disciplines
– publication of data on new methods for diagnostics and treatment of surgical diseases, results of original investigations and practical guidelines.
The journal is intended for practicing pediatric surgeons, anesthesiologists, experts in resuscitation and related disciplines.
It pays much attention to research in such fields as clinical medicine and public health organization.
The journal provides extensive coverage of such issues as diagnostics, treatment and care of children with various surgical diseases with special reference to the management of terminal conditions, anesthesiological support, and surgical correction of congenital malformations in newborn infants.
The journal publishes articles of foreign authors submitted from different parts the world including Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, and Armenia.
The journal plans to further encourage foreign authors to contribute to the implementation of its objectives.
The journal is following publishing and journal best practices of these organizations:
- Association of science editors and publishers (ASEP) (http://rasep.ru)
- Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) (publicationethics.org)
- International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) (www.icmje.org)
- Council of Scientific Editors (CSE) (www.councilscienceeditors.org)
- National Information Standards Organization (NISO) (www.niso.org/workrooms/piej)