The Radiological Society of North America has decided not to increase 2010 subscription prices for their two leading medical journals, Radiology and RadioGraphics, in light of the current economic climate. This move is an effort to aid libraries facing shrinking funds and to support libraries commitment to facilitating access to scholarship and research.
In addition to offering the same subscription rates, both journals will continue to feature free online access for material dating from 1980 to present and the option for print add-ons which feature high-quality images with hundreds of pages of original research and state-of-the art reviews.
Radiology online now features a new, easy to navigate homepage as well as podcasts and discussion boards for more peer-to-peer interaction and understanding. The journal's 5.56 impact factor is the highest of any diagnostic radiology journal. It is also the number 1 cited journal in the field, with nearly double the number of citations of the closest competitors.
RadioGraphics claims to be the only journal devoted to publishing the best in peer-reviewed educational materials from the RSNA annual meeting - the world's largest medical meeting and the premier scientific and educational meeting in radiology. With its high quality images, RadioGraphics is read by two out of three radiologists and is used as a source for earning continuing medical education credits toward maintaining professional certification.
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