Wondering where to submit your article? These links may help you decide.
Journal Selection for Medline - Fact sheet from National Library of Medicine describing how the decision to index a medical or biomedical journal in Medline is made.
List of Journals Indexed for Medline - From the National Library of Medicine.
Librarian Jeffrey Beall's analysis of open access publishing is no longer being published. A similar and extensive list, based on Beall's work, is available.
“Beyond Beall’s List: Better understanding predatory publishers” Article from College & Research Library News.
Issued by the NIH in 11/17, the purpose of this statement is to "protect the credibility of published research." Authors "are encouraged to publish papers arising from NIH-funded research in reputable journals."
Stop Predatory Journals has been maintained since January, 2017, by a "small group of scholars and information professionals."
Master Journal List for Thomson Scientific Databases - Including Current Contents, Science Citation Index and other ISI (Institute for Scientific Information) products.
Please contact us for assistance. This information is also available via eCommons.
DORA From the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment), initiated by the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB), includes other ways to measure impact
Peer-Reviewed/Refereed Journals in PubMed - Fact sheet from the NLM.
Peer-Reviewed Journals in CINAHL - The coverage list may be viewed in PDF, Excel, or HTML format
Journal/Author Name Estimator From the BioSemantics Group at Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam. Enter the title and/or abstract of your paper in the search box.
Journal Abbreviation Sources - From Iowa State University Library. A registry of web resources that list or provide access to the full title of journal abbreviations. Includes medicine, chemistry, physics, and other fields in the sciences.
New journals for publishing medical case reports - From the Journal of the Medical Library Association, 2016