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The Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine


The Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine (JVIM) is the official publication of the ACVIM, the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine - Companion Animals, the European College of Veterinary Neurology, and the European College of Equine Internal Medicine.

The mission of the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine is to advance veterinary medical knowledge and improve the lives of animals by publication of authoritative scientific articles of animal diseases. JVIM provides an international forum for communication and discussion of the latest developments in large and small animal internal medicine, cardiology, neurology, and oncology.

 

In January 2015, the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine moved to an online, open access format. Articles submitted to the Journal that are accepted for publication will benefit from this open access model, taking readership to a global audience. In addition, Journal articles from 1997 through 2014 are now available for free. More information can be found in the JVIM section of the FAQs page.

As an author publishing in JVIM, you benefit from:

Record Setting Growth for JVIM

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    The JVIM Impact

    • Impact factor of 3.333 for 2020
    • 4,220,000 downloads of articles by 1,200,000 readers in 2020
    • Top ranked veterinary clinical journal
    • Low APC for ACVIM, ECEIM, ECVN and ECVIM-CA diplomates and candidate
    • Prompt review and high quality editorial standards
    • 39 days mean time from submission to first decision
    • Highly respected by authors - 588 unique submissions in 2020 vs 435 unique submissions in 2019
    • 311 articles published in 2020 across all internal medicine specialties and species
    • High profile Editorial Board
    • Over 1,200,000 unique accesses (i.e., readers) in 2020
    • Journal Citation Indicator of 1.56 for 2020 (vs 1.5 for 2019)
    • Total citations of 11, 618 for 2020 (vs 8,941 for 2019)
    • Impact factor rank of 12/146 for 2020 (vs 20/141 for 2019; 92.12 percentile in veterinary science for 2020).
    • Journal Citation Indicator rank of 8/166 for 2020 (vs 8/136 for 20219; 95.48 percentile in Veterinary Science for 2020)
    • World-wide readership

     

    Defined terms 

     

    Downloads – number of times an article file is downloaded as a pdf from the website. This metric is a very clear indicator of the interest in a particular article by our readers. It is a direct indicator of the usage of the article and the Journal.
    Impact Factor – The average number of times an article in JVIM is cited (referred to) in another scientific article. This is a “journal level” metric and is used as an indicator of the relative importance or influence of the journal. It is hotly contested and much argued about as it relies on citations in other scientific literature, which is not a good measure of the usefulness of the article to most readers. JVIM reports impact factor, but it is not our main indicator of success or influence. The 2020 IF is based on citations in 2020 to articles published in 2018 and 2019.  The JCI uses a three year time line.
    The Journal Citation Indicator (JCI) is the average Category Normalized Citation Impact (CNCI) of citable items (articles & reviews) published by a journal over a recent three year period. The average JCI in a category is 1. Journals with a JCI of 1.5 have 50% more citation impact than the average in that category. It may be used alongside other metrics to help you evaluate journals.
    Journals ranked more highly than JVIM. Based on the IF, in the “veterinary sciences” category include:
    Lab Animal (1,000 citations)
    Ann Rev Anim Biosci (1,470)
    Animal Nutrition (1,889)
    Transboundary and Emerging Dis (7,104)
    Fish and Shellfish Immunology (29,735)
    Medical Mycology (6,503)
    Vet Res (6,873)
    Devel Comp Immunol (11,385)
    Frontiers in Vet Sci (5,002)
    Avian Pathol (5,073)
    Vet Clin Nth Am-Food Anim (2,839)
    JVIM (11,618)

     

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