BMC Health Services Research


BMC Health Services Research

Infobox Journal
title = BMC Health Services Research


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discipline = health care
language = English
abbreviation = BMC Health Serv Res
publisher = BioMed Central
country = England
frequency = online, with each volume corresponding to one calendar year
history = started in 2001
openaccess = Yes
license = Creative Commons Attribution License
impact = 1.36
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website = http://www.biomedcentral.com/bmchealthservres/
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OCLC = 47657385
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eISSN = 1472-6963

"BMC Health Services Research" is an electronic-only medical journal, which publishes original peer-reviewed research articles on the subject of health services. It is also known as "BioMed Central health services research" and "Health services research". It has been published by BioMed Central out of London since 2001. Articles published in the journal are freely available on-line immediately after publication, and are distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License. [ [http://www.biomedcentral.com/info/ What is BioMed Central?] ] Articles are immediately published without restriction on length upon reviewers' recommendation. [ [http://library.georgetown.edu/newjour/b/msg02906.html "BMC Health Services Research"] ]

ee also

* BMC journals

References

* [http://www.biomedcentral.com/bmchealthservres/ Official website]
* [http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/tocrender.fcgi?journal=34&action=archive PubMed listing]


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