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Thieme named official publisher of World Society of Child Science’s pediatric journals
- 25 Jun 2015

Thieme Stuttgart has announced that it is now the official publisher of seven quarterly subscription pediatric journals from the World Society of Child Science. The journals cover a range of areas that are essential reading for the pediatric professional.

World Society of Child Science journals now published by Thieme in 2015 are:
Journal of Pediatric Biochemistry, Journal of Pediatric Epilepsy, Journal of Pediatric Genetics, Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Journal of Pediatric Intensive Care, Journal of Pediatric Neurology and Journal of Pediatric Neuroradiology.

The main goals of the World Society of Child Science are to prevent the diseases of childhood, to educate pediatricians on the developments made in early diagnosis and treatments of pediatric diseases, and to hopefully decrease the overall death rate of children in Turkey and throughout the world. The society organises annual scientific congresses, seminars and trainings for pediatricians in Turkey and maintains cooperative relationships with the International Children's Health Center, the World Health Organization, and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).

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Springer collaborates with German Society of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine to launch new OA journal - Molecular and Cellular Pediatrics
- 02 Oct 2014

STM publisher Springer is collaborating with the German Society of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (DGKJ) to publish a new open access journal Molecular and Cellular Pediatrics. The first articles have already been published and are freely available on the journal’s website at www.molcellped.com.

The new international and interdisciplinary journal covers the results of innovative research in current molecular and cellular concepts in pediatrics. Topics include rare and genetic diseases, oncology, immunology, cardiology, endocrinology, gene therapy, neurology, nephrology, pneumology, infectiology, metabolism, gastroenterology, neonatology and translational medicine. The journal consists of frontline reviews and original research on the latest developments, and also features a discussion forum.

Editor-in-Chief Klaus-Michael Debatin is supported by Managing Editor Martin Wabitsch, both of the University Medical Center Ulm, Germany, and an international editorial board of experts in pediatrics.

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Elsevier publishes 20th edition of The Harriet Lane Handbook
- 15 Jul 2014

STM publisher Elsevier has announced the availability of the 20th edition of The Harriet Lane Handbook, the first medical reference book on paediatric diagnosis and therapy written by paediatric residents with guidance from faculty advisers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Since 1951, the handbook has been the go-to reference for point-of-care clinical information on the treatment of paediatric patients.

Since the first edition published, medical students, residents, physicians, nurses and other clinicians have relied on the Handbook for fast, accurate information on paediatric diagnosis and treatment. The Handbook is published every three years, with the chief residents as editors. For the 20th edition, the editors are Drs. Brandon Engorn and Jamie Flerlage. Residents review existing chapters and write updates.

The 20th edition will offer updated paediatric drug dosing recommendations, the latest vaccination guidelines, and other updates including thoroughly updated Pediatric Formulary drug information providing the standard of paediatric care from the leading pediatric hospital in the world, written by Carlton K.K. Lee, Pharm.D., M.P.H., who has written this section of the Handbook for more than 23 years. Updated content includes parameters for paediatric and neonatal septic shock, guidelines for acute management of severe traumatic brain injury, a convenient table detailing common genetic tests, a significantly extended collection of radiologic images, expanded mental health coverage, and more. Easily accessible information with reformatted sections makes the book easier to use in print, online or via mobile device.

Purchasers of the print book will now receive access to The Harriet Lane Handbook both online and offline as an enhanced eBook on the newly re-launched ExpertConsult.com. The eBook offers special content, including additional figures, tables, references, and supplementary content through an Android® device, iPhone®, iPad®, PC, or Mac®. Periodic drug updates will be made to the eBook to provide the most current treatment options. Customers can also share notes and insights with other Expert Consult users.

In an effort to build on the Harriet Lane Handbook's global impact on paediatric education and practice, The Department of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins and Elsevier are developing a program to support paediatric education in developing countries. Although still in planning stages, this initiative will use a portion of proceeds from each copy of the Harriet Lane Handbook sold at the annual American Association of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition to fund donated copies to disadvantaged programs around the world.

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Wolters Kluwer Health and APSNA in deal to publish the Journal of Pediatric Surgical Nursing
- 24 Mar 2014

Information and point-of-care solutions provider Wolters Kluwer Health and the American Pediatric Surgical Nurses Association (APSNA) have announced an agreement to publish the Journal of Pediatric Surgical Nursing. The journal is the official publication of the APSNA. The first issue of the quarterly online journal was recently posted at www.journalofpediatricsurgicalnursing.com.

The Journal of Pediatric Surgical Nursing covers all aspects of nursing care for children undergoing general surgery, including perioperative care, trauma, wound, ostomy and incontinence care. The journal features original research, reviews, commentary and other features on these and other topics of interest to nurses and advanced practice nurses and others involved in providing care for pediatric surgical patients.

Members of the APSNA will have full access to the journal as a benefit of membership. Individual and institutional subscriptions to the online journal will be available as well. Pediatric surgical nurses can submit original manuscripts at http://www.editorialmanager.com/jpsn.

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American Academy of Pediatrics launches Android app for mobile access to AAP eBookstore
- 11 Oct 2012

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), a 62,000-member organisation dedicated to the health of children, has announced the launch of an app for Android-compatible devices that provides instant mobile access to the entire AAP eBook collection of more than 100 publications for pediatricians.

The AAP eBookstore app for Android devices can be downloaded from the Google Play site at http://tinyurl.com/aapebookandroid. Leading manufacturers of Android-powered mobile devices include HTC, Motorola and Samsung.

Impelsys, AAP's eBooks technology partner and a global leader in providing electronic content delivery solutions, developed the app with Impelsys' award-winning iPublishCentral software.

Impelsys has partnered with AAP to develop the organisation's digital publishing strategy, starting with the launch of a branded eBookstore and later creating an app for iOS-compatible mobile devices, the mobile software for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The newly released Android app extends this strategy to make sure that pediatricians have access to AAP content, regardless of where they are or what device they’re using.

AAP also recently unveiled a new version of its eBookstore (www.aapebooks.org), with a number of performance improvements and an enhanced user interface. The improvements were made specifically with a focus on better accommodating access from mobile devices.

The AAP eBookstore provides libraries, medical schools, hospitals and pediatric offices with instant electronic access to more than 100 renowned AAP publications, including full-text, visuals, data tables and clinical recommendations. With AAP eBooks, users can purchase and download any content from the entire collection of AAP digital titles like Pediatric Clinical Practice Guidelines & Policies, Bright Futures, Pediatric Nutrition Handbook, Red Book Atlas, and Caring For Your Baby And Young Child: Birth To Age 5.

American Academy of Pediatrics launches iPad app for mobile access to AAP eBook collection
- 01 Sep 2011

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has announced the debut of an app for the Apple iPad that provides instant mobile access to the entire AAP eBook collection. The AAP eBookstore app for the iPad can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store.

The app was custom-developed for the iPad by Impelsys, AAP’s eBooks technology partner and a provider of electronic content delivery solutions.

The AAP eBooks provides libraries, medical schools, hospitals and pediatric offices with instant electronic access to more than 100 renowned AAP publications, including full-text, visuals, data tables and clinical recommendations. With AAP eBooks, users can purchase and download any content from the entire collection of AAP digital titles like Pediatric Clinical Practice Guidelines & Policies, Bright Futures, Pediatric Nutrition Handbook, Red Book Atlas, and Caring For Your Baby And Young Child: Birth To Age 5.

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BioMed Central to publish International Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology
- 23 Jun 2011

Open access publisher BioMed Central, UK, has announced that the International Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology (IJPE) is the fifth journal this year to move to its publishing platform. The journal's previous content is currently available in its entirety on Hindawi's site and can be accessed from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/987.

Edited by Professor Scott Rivkees, Director of Yale Child Health Research Center, IJPE publishes up-to-the minute clinical, translational, and basic research, which can support the academic goals of the worldwide pediatric endocrine community. The journal fosters communication of information among pediatric endocrinologists and their societies around the world, in an open access format with immediate online dissemination.

All articles published by International Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication, without subscription charges or registration barriers. BioMed Central is working closely with Thomson Reuters (ISI) to ensure that citation analysis of articles published in the journal will be available.

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Nature Publishing Group to publish Pediatric Research from 2012
- 03 Mar 2011

Scientific publisher Nature Publishing Group (NPG), UK, and the International Pediatric Research Foundation (IPRF) have announced a publishing partnership. Under the deal, NPG will publish the journal, Pediatric Research, on behalf of IPRF from January 2012.

Pediatric Research is owned by the IPRF and is the official publication of the American Pediatric Society, the European Society for Paediatric Research, and the Society for Pediatric Research. The journal publishes original research papers, invited reviews, and commentaries on the etiologies of diseases of children and disorders of development, extending from molecular biology to epidemiology. Use of model organisms and in vitro techniques relevant to developmental biology and medicine, as well as translational studies, are also published.

As part of the publishing agreement with NPG, the journal will undergo development including a redesign in print and online. It will also introduce an open access option from January 2012, whereby authors can choose to make their article open access on payment of an article processing charge (APC). Site licenses and personal subscriptions will be available from NPG from January 2012.

IPRF will retain its original editorial rights including copyright and editorial board appointment. The aims and scope of Pediatric Research will remain the same. NPG will work with the journal's current publisher, Wolters Kluwer Health / Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, throughout the journal's transition in 2011.

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AAP journal PEDIATRICS named one of the best in association media and publishing
- 09 Aug 2010

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has announced that PEDIATRICS, the official journal of the Academy, has been honored as one of the best in association media and publishing. The publication won two distinguished awards in the 30th Annual EXCEL Awards - Gold Medal - Journals: Most Improved Category and Silver Medal - Journals: Design Excellence Category.

EXCEL award winners are selected for displaying exemplary work in editorial, design, advertising and marketing, online publishing, mobile applications, digital editions and electronic newsletter categories. The awards were presented at the EXCEL Awards Gala held in conjunction with the Association Media & Publishing Annual Meeting in Washington DC.

Launched in January 1948, PEDIATRICS publishes original research, clinical observations, and special feature articles. It is among the top 2 percent most-cited scientific and medical journals, and the most-cited journal in the field of pediatrics. The journal was ranked first in the 'Overall 5-year Impact Factor' category by the Thomson/ISI Journal Citation Reports for the past three consecutive years. It was also voted one of the most influential journals in the fields of Biology & Medicine over the last 100 years in a poll conducted by SLA's BioMedical & Life Sciences Division.

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