April 13 2021 Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) adopted the decision to include 'Siberian Medical Review' into the Scopus database
The journal ''Siberian Medical Review'' was published for the first time in 1918, and in 2001 it was revitalized. It is the official journal of Krasnoyarsk state medical University named after Professor V. F. Voino-Yasenetsky. Since 2007 the journal has been among the peer-reviewed scientific serials reflecting the results of interdisciplinary research focused on the development of advanced medical technologies.
The journal draws contributions from a wide community of professionals and researchers in various fields of medicine. These сontributions are expected to develop a wide discourse in medical research on actual problems of molecular and translational medicine, neuroscience, medical genetics, new diagnostic methods, pharmacotherapy of diseases and rehabilitation medicine.
The journal is interested in papers that have scientific novelty and present the results of clinical trials, experiments and scientific developments.
The journal has the following sections:
The journal accepts articles in the following scientific specialties: (as of 07/03/2023)
Goals and objectives
The main goal of Siberian Medical Review is periodical scientific publications in the field of clinical and fundamental medicine, which present original research results of domestic and foreign authors, modern clinical recommendations, new medical technologies, reviews, interesting cases from practice and lectures of high scientific and clinical significance in various fields of medicine, including current problems of Siberian Federal District, ensuring international priority of scientific work among practical doctors, scientists, teachers, post graduate and doctoral students of Siberian Federal District, as well as their integration into international information space.
The main criterion for publications’ consideration is their correspondence with modern standards of evidence-based medicine and reflection of current medical scientific problems.
The journal publishes information concerning modern methods of treatment and diagnostics with the help of the latest medical technologies, that allows practical doctors to get acquainted with the latest achievements in the field of medicine.
The objectives of Siberian Medical Review are:
''Siberian Medical Review'' is an open access journal (Open Access), because the editorial Board is convinced that availability of scientific medical information facilitates the exchange of the latest scientific knowledge. The journal is included in the Russian Science Citation Index.
The archives of all the issues since 2001 are accessible on the Russian eLIBRARY portal.
Impact factor according to the RSCI:
The University is a member of PILA (International Association of Publishing citation) since 2015.
''Siberian Medical Review'' is included in the CrossRef system (International Register of scientific and informational materials).
A DOI (digital object identifier) is assigned for articles published in the journal.
The journal DOI is 10.20333/2500-0136.
In accordance with the Federal Law ''On Obligatory Copy'' No 77-FZ dated 23.11.1994 (art. 7, clause 2), a total of 16 copies of each new issue are sent to the ITAR-TASS news agency for the purpose of further distribution of publications between the largest library-information organizations of the Russian Federation.
The journal is included in Electronic Library System ''Lan'' (ELS "Lan").
Journal articles can be accessed through KiberLeninka (KiberLeninka) and Russian Institute for Scientific and Technical Information VINITY (VINITY).
The Journal ISSN is № 1819-94-96 (Print), 2500-0136 (Online).
The printed journal is registered by the RF Ministry for Press, Broadcasting and Mass Communications PI number 77-12037 dated 11.03.2002.
The journal is published 6 times per year. Its subscription index in the catalog Press of Russia («Press of Russia») is И41043.
The title of the journal in English is ''Siberian medical review'', abbreviated as – Sib. med. review (Siberian med. rev).
The main language is Russian. The manuscript title, data about the authors, address, summary, key words and references are presented in English.
Editor in Chief - Protopopov Aleksey Vladimirovich , MD, Rector of Krasnoyarsk State Medical University named after Professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky.