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SCI 발표 논문 수를 통해본 의과대학 연구 생산성

Other Titles
 Research productivity of the medical school by SCI publications 
Authors
 양은배 
Volume
 9 
Number
 2 
Start Page
 13 
End Page
 20 
Issue Date
2007
Keywords
Research productivity ; SCI ; Publication ; Medical faculty
Abstract
Purpose: The aim of this study is to analysis the research productivity of SCI publications at medical schools in Korea. Methods: We collected the 5,386 SCT publications from 10 medical schools that were published in 2002 and 2003. Most of the materials treated herein are derived from the database of the Institute of Scientific Information from April 13, to May 25, 2005. Values are analyzed by medical school, major and IF index and presented as frequency and percentages. Results: There were 2,350 publications in 2002 and 3,036 publications in 2003. The average publication rate per faculty was .71 in 2002 and it was increased to .90 in 2003. Of the total 5,386 manuscripts, 1,248(23.2%) papers were from work conducted at basic science department and 3,224(76.8%) were from work performed at clinical science department. The major such as pathology, microbiology, pharmacology, internal medicine, diagnostic radiology and dermatology published a lot of SCI papers. A large percentage of papers (41.74%) were in journals with reported 1<=IF<3 Conclusions: There was wide variability in the research productivity among the medical schools or majors. This variability reflects the importance of the institutional characteristics of each medical school in predicting the research productivity. Some of these institutional characteristics include the size of the faculty, available research funding, research vision of medical school, visible system of measurement and any associated reward system.
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DOI
2007
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1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Korean Medical Education Review (의학교육논단) > 1. Publications
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/158966
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