Mapping the Contribution in Research Productivity of Colleges of Applied Medical Sciences Affiliated with Universities of Saudi Arabia Published in PubMed Indexed Journals during the Period 2009 - 2018

By Baladi, Zameer Hussain; Al Mutairi, Dr Mohammad Khalaf et al. | Library Philosophy and Practice, January 1, 2019 | Go to article overview

Mapping the Contribution in Research Productivity of Colleges of Applied Medical Sciences Affiliated with Universities of Saudi Arabia Published in PubMed Indexed Journals during the Period 2009 - 2018


Baladi, Zameer Hussain, Al Mutairi, Dr Mohammad Khalaf, Al Harthy, Dr Nesrin, Alenazi, Dr Farhan, Fodah, Ramy A., Library Philosophy and Practice


Introduction:

The colleges of applied medical sciences provide knowledge to understand the theory of medical science, methods to diagnose and treat ailments, and mechanism of diseases in terms to support medics and patients in regards prevention and cure them of diseases. Minimum two and maximum ten departments or programs work to award graduation level degrees to students with state of art facilities and association of fine faculty members under the domain of college of applied medical sciences affiliated with universities of Saudi Arabia. Every academic organization form academic outlooks, spirits and ethics in its environment as a culture. These three aspects create material, institutional and spiritual culture. Environment and facilities are the general names of material culture. The adoption and operating the rules and regulations in system calls institutional culture and the connectivity of person with ideology, value and vision refer to the spiritual culture of the institute. An academic culture characterized by intellectual innovation, talent cultivation and scientific research. 1

It is impossible for an author, researcher, and scientist to read every published article which is relevant to their study and provide such reference. Researchers store the papers which can find them interesting and can be useful and valuable to the rest of the field.2 Publishing research as not easy as a pancake; the uniqueness of the topic, appropriateness of the content, originality of statistics, and fluency of the language are the main parts to write the manuscript in the first phase. For peer review; internal reviewer evaluates the archival and statistical position of an article for accepting to send external opinion from the expert in the field or not. An interesting study was conducted on Reviewers' Responses to Medical Research Articles by Department of Publications, College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP) on external reviewer response, their promptness of reply, and duration of reply. Department contacted 598 reviewers for reviewing 50 articles, n=470; 78.5% reviewers were not replied at all, n=18; 3% regretted and n=110; 18.3% answered timely.3 Three indicators used as bibliometric indicators; a) Quantity, b) Performance, and c) Journal performance indicators by institutes to gauge the productivity of an author or particular research group in submission of articles for publications in qualitative journals for specific community.4

A bibliometric analysis was conducted to know the active participatory institute, journal and country on the topic of global research on the rehabilitation of spinal cord injury in twenty years in China, the data of study during the years 1997 - 2016 was downloaded from the Web of Science (WOS). This study revealed that 5,607 articles were published on above-said topic. The University of Washington as the institute, The Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as a journal and United States of America (USA) found to be most active participators. 5 The similar study with the same objective was conducted on research trends on global obesity, because obesity is harmful to public health and their economy. The data explore and retrieved from Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-E) for the period of 1999 - 2017. The total 50, 246 articles were published with an average of 2644.5% articles per annum. As expected the year 2017 produced 6456 articles. Total 153 countries participated in the research, among these countries, United States of America, Japan, Italy, The United Kingdom and Turkey were seen on top five slot.6 The culture of research in professional colleges spark the minds of students to develop attitudes for thinking critically and creativity towards research. Undergraduate research facilitates fellow students in the engagement of encouragement to explore new answers for challenges in resources, services and incentives.7

Material & Methods:

The data of authors, they wrote manuscript as first or participatory author with address of Colleges of Applied Medical Sciences affiliated with Universities of Kingdome of Saudi Arabia published in the PubMed indexed journals download and tabulate in MS Office Excel Sheet 2010 from the PubMed/Medline database in the library of college of applied medical sciences King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Riyadh Kingdome of Saudi Arabia. …

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