En los 50 años de Anales de Pediatría, publicación oficial de la Asociación Española de Pediatría.

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Anales de pediatria (Barcelona, Spain : 2003), ISSN: 1695-9531, Vol: 89, Issue: 6, Page: 386.e1-386.e9

Publication Year:
2018
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30389431
DOI:
10.1016/j.anpedi.2018.10.001
Author(s):
Zafra Anta, Miguel A; García Nieto, Víctor M; Ponte Hernando, Fernando; Gorrotxategi Gorrotaxategi, Pedro; Alonso Lebrero, Elena; de Arana Amurrio, José Ignacio; Fernández Menéndez, José Manuel; Fernández Teijeiro, Juan José; en representación del Comité de Historia y Documentación Pediátricas de la Asociación Española de Pediatría
Publisher(s):
Elsevier BV
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The 50th Anniversary of Anales de Pediatría is a good time for the celebration of events and tributes, and also for critical thought. Anales de Pediatría is the official publication of scientific expression of the Spanish Association of Paediatrics (AEP). It has been published continuously since October 1968. Anales has contributed so much to the narrative of the advances in Spanish paediatrics, as well as the AEP. Throughout its 50 years of history, the editorial teams of the journal have worked to streamline its management, improve the quality of the content, and to ensure its dissemination and national-international visibility. From 1968 to 1972, Anales was published as a Journal-bulletin. From 1977 until 2000, presence of original articles. Since the year 2000, continuous modernisation and recognition with international journals of prestige, indexing in SCI-JCR, impact from 2009, electronic management of manuscripts, Spanish/English from the 2014 Edition. The evolution of the journal is reviewed in this article. With this, the AEP history committee wants to collaborate in a greater understanding of the development of Spanish paediatrics, as well as to present the history of Anales to its authors and readers. The History committee proposes that a small percentage of space is destined for the humanities and to the humanisation of paediatrics. Best information will ensure the best care for children and also for paediatricians.