Relevance versus dissemination of primary information in animal science
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As a follow-up to an inventory of media containing primary information in animal science, a series of interviews was held to quantify the international relevance of animal-science literature. It appears that there are major discrepancies between the dissemination which many primary contributions receive and the geographical distribution of their potential readership. More frequent use of letters publishing might help to reduce such deficiencies.
KeywordsPublic Health Geographical Distribution Veterinary Medicine Major Discrepancy Primary Contribution
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