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Increasing recognition of NHJ: a first-time impact factor of 1.4!

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A crucial step for a journal is the attainment of an acceptable impact factor. Impact factors of journals are calculated each year by Thomson Scientific (ISI) and reported in the Journal Citation Reports (JCR).

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  • Van der Wall EE. Increased recognition of the NHJ: go for the impact factor. Neth Heart J. 2009;17:3.

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Correspondence to E. E. van der Wall.

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Department of Cardiology, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, the Netherlands

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van der Wall, E.E. Increasing recognition of NHJ: a first-time impact factor of 1.4!. NHJL 18, 399 (2010).

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