Endocrine Connections - Impact Factor, Overall Ranking, Rating, h-index, Call For Paper, Publisher, ISSN, Scientific Journal Ranking (SJR), Abbreviation, other Important Details (2023)

Impact Score

The impact Score or journal impact score (JIS) is equivalent to Impact Factor. The impact factor (IF) or journal impact factor (JIF) of an academic journal is a scientometric index calculated by Clarivate that reflects the yearly mean number of citations of articles published in the last two years in a given journal, as indexed by Clarivate's Web of Science. On the other hand, Impact Score is based on Scopus data.

Endocrine Connections - Impact Factor, Overall Ranking, Rating, h-index, Call For Paper, Publisher, ISSN, Scientific Journal Ranking (SJR), Abbreviation, other Important Details (1)3.33

SJR

Endocrine Connections - Impact Factor, Overall Ranking, Rating, h-index, Call For Paper, Publisher, ISSN, Scientific Journal Ranking (SJR), Abbreviation, other Important Details (2) 0.839

h-Index

Endocrine Connections - Impact Factor, Overall Ranking, Rating, h-index, Call For Paper, Publisher, ISSN, Scientific Journal Ranking (SJR), Abbreviation, other Important Details (3) 29

Rank

Endocrine Connections - Impact Factor, Overall Ranking, Rating, h-index, Call For Paper, Publisher, ISSN, Scientific Journal Ranking (SJR), Abbreviation, other Important Details (4) 5340

Important Details

Title Endocrine Connections
Standard AbbreviationEndocr. Connect.
Type of PublicationJournal
Discipline Endocrinology (Q2); Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism (Q2); Internal Medicine (Q2)
Impact Score3.33
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR)0.839
h-index29
Overall Rank5340
Publisher Name BioScientifica Ltd.
Publication Country United Kingdom
International Standard Serial Number(ISSN) 20493614
Coverage and History 2014-2021
Best Quartile Q2
Total Citations Received
(Last 3 Year)
1893

About Endocrine Connections

Endocrine Connections is a journal published by BioScientifica Ltd.. This journal covers the area[s] related to Endocrinology, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Internal Medicine, etc.The coverage history of this journal is as follows: 2014-2021.The rank of this journal is 5340. This journal's impact score, h-index, and SJR are 3.33, 29, and 0.839, respectively. The ISSN of this journal is/are as follows: 20493614.

The best quartile of Endocrine Connections is Q2.This journal has received a total of 1893 citations during the last three years (Preceding 2021).

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Endocrine Connections Impact Score 2021-2022

The latest impact score (IS) of the Endocrine Connections is 3.33. It is computed in the year 2022 as per its definition and based on Scopus data.

It is increased by a factor of around 0.38, and the percentage change is 12.88% compared to the preceding year 2020, indicating a rising trend.

The impact score (IS), also denoted as the Journal impact score (JIS), of an academic journal is a measure of the yearly average number of citations to recent articles published in that journal. It is based on Scopus data.

Endocrine Connections - Impact Factor, Overall Ranking, Rating, h-index, Call For Paper, Publisher, ISSN, Scientific Journal Ranking (SJR), Abbreviation, other Important Details (5)


Prediction of Endocrine Connections Impact Score 2022

Impact Score 2021 of Endocrine Connections is 3.33. If a similar upward trend continues,IS may increase in 2022 as well.


Impact Score Graph

Check below the Impact Score trends of Endocrine Connections. This is based on Scopus data.


YearImpact Score (IS)
2022/2023Coming Soon
20213.33
20202.95
20192.64
20182.48
20172.67
20163.90
20152.40
20140.00

Endocrine Connections h-index

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The h-index of Endocrine Connections is 29.By definition of the h-index, this journal has at least 29 published articles with more than 29 citations.

What is h-index?

The h-index (also known as the Hirsch index or Hirsh index) is a scientometric parameter used to evaluate the scientific impact of the publications and journals. It is defined as the maximum value of h such that the given Journal has published at least h papers and each has at least h citations.

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Endocrine Connections ISSN

The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) of Endocrine Connections is/are as follows: 20493614.

The ISSN is a unique 8-digit identifier for a specific publication like Magazine or Journal. The ISSN is used in the postal system and in the publishing world to identify the articles that are published in journals, magazines, newsletters, etc. This is the number assigned to your article by the publisher, and it is the one you will use to reference your article within the library catalogues.

ISSN code (also called as "ISSN structure" or "ISSN syntax") can be expressed as follows: NNNN-NNNC
Here, N is in the set {0,1,2,3...,9}, a digit character, and C is in {0,1,2,3,...,9,X}

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Endocrine Connections Ranking and SCImago Journal Rank (SJR)

The Endocrine Connections is ranked 5340 among 27339 Journals, Conferences, and Book Series.As per SJR, this journal is ranked 0.839.

SCImago Journal Rank is an indicator, which measures the scientific influence of journals. It considers the number of citations received by a journal and the importance of the journals from where these citations come.

Endocrine Connections Publisher

Endocrine Connections - Impact Factor, Overall Ranking, Rating, h-index, Call For Paper, Publisher, ISSN, Scientific Journal Ranking (SJR), Abbreviation, other Important Details (8)

The publisher of Endocrine Connections is BioScientifica Ltd.. The publishing house of this journal is located in the United Kingdom.Its coverage history is as follows: 2014-2021.

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Call For Papers (CFPs)

Please check the official website of this journal to find out the complete details and Call For Papers (CFPs).


Abbreviation

The International Organization for Standardization 4 (ISO 4) abbreviation of Endocrine Connections is Endocr. Connect..ISO 4 is an international standard which defines a uniform and consistent system for the abbreviation of serial publication titles, which are published regularly. The primary use of ISO 4 is to abbreviate or shorten the names of scientific journals using the technique of List of Title Word Abbreviations (LTWA).

As ISO 4 is an international standard, the abbreviation ('Endocr. Connect.') can be used for citing, indexing, abstraction, and referencing purposes.


How to publish in Endocrine Connections

If your area of research or discipline is related to Endocrinology, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Internal Medicine, etc.,please check the journal's official website to understand the complete publication process.


Acceptance Rate

There are several factors that influence the acceptance rate of any academic journal. Here are some critical parameters that are considered while calculating the acceptance rate:

  • Interest/demand of researchers/scientists for publishing in a specific journal/conference.
  • The complexity of the peer review process and timeline.
  • Time taken from draft submission to final publication.
  • Number of submissions received and acceptance slots
  • And Many More.

The simplest way to find out the acceptance rate or rejection rate of a Journal/Conference is to check with the journal's/conference's editorial team through emails or through the official website.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)



What is the h-index of Endocrine Connections?

The latest h-index of Endocrine Connections is 29. It is evaluated in the year 2022.


What is the SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) of Endocrine Connections?

The latest SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) of Endocrine Connections is 0.839. It is calculated in the year 2022.


What is the ranking of Endocrine Connections?

The latest ranking of Endocrine Connections is 5340. This ranking is among 27339 Journals, Conferences, and Book Series. It is computed in the year 2022.

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Who is the publisher of Endocrine Connections?

Endocrine Connections is published by BioScientifica Ltd.. The publication country of this journal is United Kingdom.


What is the abbreviation of Endocrine Connections?

This standard abbreviation of Endocrine Connections is Endocr. Connect..


Is "Endocrine Connections" a Journal, Conference or Book Series?

Endocrine Connections is a journal published by BioScientifica Ltd..


What is the scope of Endocrine Connections?

The scope of Endocrine Connections is as follows:

  • Endocrinology
  • Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
  • Internal Medicine

For detailed scope of Endocrine Connections, check the official website of this journal.


What is the ISSN of Endocrine Connections?

The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) of Endocrine Connections is/are as follows: 20493614.


What is the best quartile for Endocrine Connections?

The best quartile for Endocrine Connections is Q2.



Credits and Sources

  • Scimago Journal & Country Rank (SJR), https://www.scimagojr.com/
  • Journal Impact Factor, https://clarivate.com/
  • Issn.org, https://www.issn.org/
  • Scopus, https://www.scopus.com/

Note: The impact score shown here is equivalent to the average number of times documents publishedin a journal/conference in the past two years have been cited in the current year (i.e., Cites / Doc. (2 years)).It is based on Scopus data and can be a little higher or different compared to the impact factor (IF) produced by Journal Citation Report.Please refer to the Web of Science data source to check the exact journal impact factor ™ (Thomson Reuters) metric.

FAQs

Is endocrine connections peer-reviewed? ›

Endocrine Connections is a society-owned, monthly, peer-reviewed, open access academic journal.

What does impact factor mean in journals? ›

Impact factor is commonly used to evaluate the relative importance of a journal within its field and to measure the frequency with which the “average article” in a journal has been cited in a particular time period. Journal which publishes more review articles will get highest IFs.

Is journal of Endocrine Society peer-reviewed? ›

Our top-ranked peer-reviewed journals are among the first to publish major developments and discovery milestones.

What is the best test for endocrine system? ›

These tests and tools are used to diagnose and evaluate endocrine disorders:
  • CT scan.
  • Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA)
  • Nuclear medicine studies.
  • Parathyroid ultrasound.
  • Post-thyroidectomy ultrasound.
  • Thyroglobulin stimulation studies.
  • Thyroid ultrasound.
  • Ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration.

What famous person has endocrine disorder? ›

Television and film actress Mary Tyler Moore has what endocrine disorder? Type 1 diabetes. Moore was diagnosed at age 33 years. Her diabetes has been complicated by retinopathy and recurrent foot infections.

Is 7 a high impact factor? ›

In most fields, the impact factor of 10 or greater is considered an excellent score while 3 is flagged as good and the average score is less than 1.

Is an impact factor of 6 GOOD? ›

The top 5% of journals have impact factors approximately equal to or greater than 6 (610 journals or 4.9% of the journals tracked by JCR).

Is 4 a good impact factor? ›

The higher the impact factor, the better and the more important the journal is. Out of the 229 categories in which impact factors are computed, in 2020, the median IF was higher than 4 in 11 categories, it was between 3 and 4 in 53 categories, and in the majority, that is, in 165 categories it was lower than 3.

What does an Impact Factor of 2.5 mean? ›

An Impact Factor of 2.5 means that, on average, the articles published one or two year ago have been cited two and a half times. Citing articles may be from the same journal; most citing articles are from different journals.”

What does an Impact Factor of 1.5 mean? ›

An Impact Factor of 1.5 in a given year means that, on average, the items (all article document types) published in the journal one or two year ago have been cited one and a half time in the given year.

Do endocrinologists check hormones? ›

An endocrinologist can diagnose and treat hormone problems and the complications that arise from them. Hormones regulate metabolism, respiration, growth, reproduction, sensory perception, and movement. Hormone imbalances are the underlying reason for a wide range of medical conditions.

Is PNAS a top journal? ›

With a competitive impact factor of 9.6 and a 19% acceptance rate for papers submitted directly, PNAS remains one of the most prestigious and highly cited multidisciplinary research journals.

Is IJSR peer-reviewed? ›

IJSR - International Journal of Scientific Research is a Double Reviewed,Peer Reviewed monthly print journal, accepts intensive and exclusive research works in all spheres of Medical Science from Academicians, Professors, residents in their respective medico field.

Is Taylor and Francis PubMed indexed? ›

Our journals are indexed online via PubMed and PubMed Central, as well as in other notable indexing services.

What are 3 endocrine disorders? ›

Some of the most common types of endocrine disorders include:
  • Menopause.
  • Diabetes.
  • Addison's disease.
  • Cushing's disease.
  • Graves' disease.
  • Hashimoto thyroiditis.
  • Hyperthyroidism/hypothyroidism.
  • Prolactinoma.

What foods heal the endocrine system? ›

Fruits and Vegetables

Calcium, vitamin C, and B vitamins are important to the formation and function of hormones. Leafy greens like kale, spinach, broccoli, turnip greens, mustard greens, and asparagus are always a good place to find vitamins and minerals.

What thyroid condition does Oprah have? ›

Winfrey announced her thyroid problems in 2007. Before she was diagnosed with hypothyroidism, she struggled with weight gain and felt exhausted all the time.

What famous people have Hashimoto's? ›

Gina Rodriguez
  • Kim Cattrall of TV's "Sex and the City" was diagnosed with Hashimoto's thyroiditis in 1998.
  • Kim Alexis, a former supermodel, also has Hashimoto's thyroiditis and hypothyroidism. ...
  • Gena Lee Nolin, star of the TV series "Baywatch," had fatigue and weight gain in each of her pregnancies.
31 Aug 2021

Can elevated TSH cause fatigue? ›

In people with an overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism), the body's metabolism speeds up. This overactivity can lead to fatigue as well as difficulty sleeping.

What is the difference between H index and impact factor? ›

The h index is used to evaluate a researcher's or an author's scientific productivity based on the number of published research papers and their citations. In contrast, the impact factor evaluates the total number of articles cited within the Journal during the previous two years.

Which medical journal has the highest impact factor? ›

High impact medical journals
  • New England journal of medicine.
  • JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association.
  • BMJ. British medical journal.
  • Nature reviews disease primers.
  • Annals of internal medicine.
  • JAMA internal Medicine.
  • Journal of travel medicine.
  • Lancet digital health.
16 Nov 2022

What is a good H index score? ›

What is a Good h-Index? Hirsch reckons that after 20 years of research, an h-index of 20 is good, 40 is outstanding, and 60 is truly exceptional. In his paper, Hirsch shows that successful scientists do, indeed, have high h-indices: 84% of Nobel prize winners in physics, for example, had an h-index of at least 30.

Is 2.5 a good impact factor? ›

So, a journal with an IF of 2-2.5 would be considered having a higher impact than these journals. A journal with an IF of 5 or above would be considered high-impact, but note that these would be fewer in number. Most journals actually fall in the combined category of an IF of 1-2.

Should you care about impact factor? ›

There is no guarantee that publishing in a high Impact Factor journal will get you a lot of citations, so don't worry about the Impact Factor, worry about the content of your paper.

Is it hard to publish in PNAS? ›

Publishing in PNAS is not an easy job even if you think your work is good enough. In general Science publishes strikingly novel work while Nature usually publishes extensive work. PNAS papers are not that remarkably novel but some of them present interesting and new ways of analysis.

What is the difference between 2 year and 5-year impact factor? ›

An impact factor of 2 means that, on average, the articles published one or two years ago have been cited two times. The 5-year journal impact factor is the average number of times articles from a journal published in the past five years have been cited in the chosen JCR year.

What is a 5-year impact factor? ›

The ISI 5-Year Impact Factor is the average number of times articles from the journal published in the past five years have been cited in the given Journal Citation Report (JCR) year.

What does my impact score mean? ›

Your score reflects your reviewers' judgment of the extent to which your project can make an impact. NIH defines impact as the likelihood that your project will exert a powerful influence on its field. Reviewers also usually comment on its relevance to the NIH mission: improving human health through science.

What is I index in Google Scholar? ›

i10-Index = the number of publications with at least 10 citations. This very simple measure is only used by Google Scholar, and is another way to help gauge the productivity of a scholar. Advantages of i10-Index. Very simple and straightforward to calculate. My Citations in Google Scholar is free and easy to use.

How do you know if a journal is high impact? ›

You can either refer to the Scopus® database to find the impact score of the journal. The data from the Scopus® database can also be found at resurchify.com. You can find the impact score of thousands of journals on this website.

Does impact score matter? ›

Impact Factors are useful, but they should not be the only consideration when judging quality. Not all journals are tracked in the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) database and, as a result, do not have impact factors.

Why some journals have no impact factor? ›

Reasons why a journal might not have an Impact Factor include: It may cover an Arts & Humanities subject, which isn't listed in either the Social Sciences Citation Index or the Sciences Citation Index (the databases which Impact Factors are based on).

Is impact factor reliable? ›

The impact factor of an academic journal is a measure reflecting the yearly average number of citations to recent articles published in that journal. As such, the impact factor has been used to judge the relative importance of a journal in its field. However, impact factors are not without controversy.

Is it hard to match into endocrinology? ›

In terms of competitiveness, endocrinology is one of the less competitive IM fellowship specialties with cardiology, oncology, and gastroenterology sitting at the more competitive end of the spectrum.

Can a blood test detect hormone imbalance? ›

Blood tests can be used to detect an imbalance of hormones in the bloodstream. Blood tests are commonly used to test the levels of thyroid, estrogen, testosterone and cortisol hormones.

Is it worth getting hormones tested? ›

“Hormones can cause so many symptoms, but that doesn't mean they're always the cause of your symptoms,” Dr. Batur says, “so it's really important to be seen by a doctor for an individualized assessment.”

How prestigious is the National Academy of Sciences? ›

The U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS) is regarded as the most prestigious honorary scientific society in the country.

Is Elsevier a prestigious journal? ›

Elsevier is a leading publisher of some of the most well-respected science journals in the world. Hence publishing a research in Elsevier will be widely disseminated. Because of this, Elsevier journals are a smart choice for scientific authors. Elsevier journals also have a high journal impact factor overall.

Is Elsevier a top journal? ›

Elsevier is a very well-known academic publisher. It publishes more than 2,000 journals and has more than 25,000 editors on its editorial boards. It also has some of the highest impact factors journals in their field. Elsevier has a reputation for publishing high-quality peer-reviewed research.

Can you trust peer-reviewed journals? ›

Even if everything is done properly, peer review is not infallible. If authors fake their data very cleverly, for example, then it may be difficult to detect. Deliberately faking data is, however, relatively rare. Not because scientists are saints but because it is foolish to fake data.

Is Google Scholar peer-reviewed? ›

Google and Google Scholar are separate search engines. While we discourage you from citing webpages and other resources discovered through a Google search, those discovered through Google Scholar are much more likely to be peer reviewed. But "much more likely" does not mean that they always are.

Is IJSR is UGC approved? ›

Approved by UGC | International Journal of Recent Scientific Research.

Is Taylor and Francis trustworthy? ›

Their history as a reputable publisher and high ratings mean their journals are well known by researchers. This means that journal articles published in Taylor & Francis journals are more likely to be discovered and read.

Why is MEDLINE better than PubMed? ›

Pubmed is an interface used to search Medline, as well as additional biomedical content. Ovid Medline is an interface for searching only Medline content. Pubmed is more user-friendly and allows you to search through more content than Ovid Medline. However, Ovid Medline allows you to perform a more focused search.

Is PubMed indexing good? ›

Benefits of Getting Indexed in PubMed

It increases trust in your journal's processes and commitment to science. This makes it easier to attract quality submissions.

Is the AJCC peer-reviewed? ›

All rights reserved. The AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRITICAL CARE is an official peer-reviewed publication of AACN.

What type of feedback is the endocrine system? ›

Most endocrine activities are regulated by a series of complex feedback loops. These feedback loops work like a thermostat that responds to temperature changes by telling a furnace to turn on and off. When it's cold, the thermostat signals the furnace to turn on and make heat.

Is Current Diabetes Reports peer-reviewed? ›

Current Diabetes Reports is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal that publishes review articles on all aspects of diabetes. It was established in 2001 and is published by Springer Science+Business Media.

Is Bio protocol peer-reviewed? ›

Launched in 2011 by a group of Stanford postdoctoral researchers, Bio-protocol aims to solve this issue with the Bio-protocol journal, an online peer-reviewed protocol journal curating and hosting high quality, free access protocols across the life sciences.

Is peer reviewing ethical? ›

The Public Library of Science (PLOS) publisher [2] clearly recommends the basic ethical guidelines for peer reviewers: 1) Choose assignments wisely; 2) Provide an objective, honest, and unbiased review; 3) Honor confidentiality of the review process; and 4) Be respectful and professional.

Are peer reviewers biased? ›

Peer review is the major method used by the scientific community to evaluate manuscripts and decide what is suitable for publication. However, this process in its current design is not bulletproof and is prone to reviewer and editorial bias.

How long does a medical peer review take? ›

Journals usually ask reviewers to complete their reviews within 3-4 weeks. However, few journals have a mechanism to enforce the deadline, which is why it can be hard to predict how long the peer review process will take.

What are 3 types of endocrine? ›

Endocrine glands include: Adrenal glands: Two glands that sit on top of the kidneys that release the hormone cortisol. Hypothalamus: A part of the lower middle brain that tells the pituitary gland when to release hormones. Ovaries: The female reproductive organs that release eggs and produce sex hormones.

What are the 5 true endocrine organs? ›

Overview. The glands that make up the endocrine system produce chemical messengers called hormones that travel through the blood to other parts of the body. Important endocrine glands include the pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, thymus, and adrenal glands.

Is there a new cure for diabetes 2? ›

Is there a cure for type 2 diabetes? There's no cure yet, but our scientists are working on a ground-breaking weight management study, to help people put their type 2 diabetes into remission. Remission is when blood glucose (or blood sugar) levels are in a normal range again.

What is the latest age diabetes testing should start? ›

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force now recommends screening for prediabetes and Type 2 diabetes in adults ages 35 to 70 who are overweight (body mass index greater than 25) or obese (body mass index greater than 30).

What is the new pill for diabetes? ›

How does it work? Tirzepatide is the first drug in a new class of diabetes medications. It is a dual glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP) and GLP-1 receptor agonist. GLP-1 and GIP are gut hormones called incretins, and the intestines release them when we eat.

Is Bio protocol free? ›

Bio-protocol is free to the research community (no publication fee; no access fee); advertising revenue from www.bio-protocol.org as well as its sister's website, www.bio-thing.com, Bio-protocol sister's website, will become the primary financial source to support Bio-protocol.

Is biology Online a reliable source? ›

Since 2001 the Biology Online mission has been to promote awareness of all things about Biology. We do that by publishing articles on Biology topics that have gone through meticulous editing and verification to guarantee accuracy and substance.

Is NCBI peer-reviewed? ›

Most of what is left will be peer reviewed. Alternatively, you can use Journals in NCBI Database (found on the Home page or under More Resources at the top of the Advanced Search page) to look up a specific journal and go to the journal site to to see if it is peer reviewed.

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