The American Urological Association (AUA) has announced that one of its journals, Urology Practice®, has been indexed by MEDLINE, the National Library of Medicine's bibliographic database. This is a significant achievement for the journal, which focuses on clinical trends, challenges, and practice applications in the areas of business, health policy, specialty, and patient care.
Urology Practice® has been in circulation since May 2014 and publishes a variety of clinical practice articles, research letters, and content for urology care team members. The journal's editorial board and volunteer reviewers use a highly selective peer review process to accept or reject articles for publication, ensuring the highest standards of scientific quality.
J. Stephen Jones, MD, President and CEO of Inova and Chief Editor of Urology Practice®, expressed his gratitude towards the team for their hard work and dedication towards making the indexing possible. He also highlighted that Urology Practice® is a publication that the AUA is proud of and its inclusion in the MEDLINE database is an essential step for the journal, the AUA, and the urological community.
The indexation of a journal by MEDLINE is a mark of superior scientific quality, and it is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Urology Practice® team to have achieved this recognition. The AUA is delighted with this development, which is sure to enhance the reach and impact of Urology Practice® and contribute significantly to the advancement of urological research and practice.
To learn more about Urology Practice® and read the latest issue, visit their website at https://www.auajournals.org/journal/urpr.Click here to read the original press release.