Touch Briefings announce that its following clinical journals have been accepted for indexing in Scopus and Embase:
Scopus and Embase – both under the management of Elsevier – aim to provide comprehensive, authoritative and reliable coverage of biomedical literature, enabling clinicians and medical researchers to capture the most relevant, up-to-date information published in the clinical domain.
Scopus is the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, whereas Embase comprises over 24 million articles compiled from over 7,500 mostly peer-reviewed journals.
“Becoming indexed in both databases strengthens further our journals’ standing as respected reference resources for clinical communities. It ensures our expert review articles will benefit from enhanced visibility and reach, assisting Touch Briefings in continuing to support excellence in clinical practice,” commented Jonathan McKenna, Associate Publishing Director at Touch Briefings.