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Why Publish in Archives of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery A Great Journal Getting Better

Paul A. Levine, MD
Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2012;138(6):538. doi:10.1001/archoto.2012.866.
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It is an exciting time in publishing as the print journal transitions to online. Because of the numerous changes that have occurred and are planned, I felt it was a perfect time to share with its readership how we have excelled and what is “in the wings”:

  • Print circulation in excess of 10 500 physicians in 60 countries

  • News releases submitted to 5000 active journalists worldwide

  • In the past 6 months, 548 stories covered in news media in print and online

  • Over 40 stories covered on TV during that period

  • Historically leading impact factor

  • Rapidity of review process: time to first decision for most manuscripts of 7 days or less

  • For the majority of manuscripts, time from acceptance to publication 80 days or less

  • Online First presents selected manuscripts in full online each month ahead of print

  • By the end of 2013, all Archives major copy will be online prior to print

  • Articles from the Archives can be highlighted in JAMA and the other pertinent JAMA Network journals

  • Author interviews and podcasts for selected articles on home page

  • Social media exposure (Facebook, Twitter)

  • E-mail alerts

  • New web platform and mobile app

  • Centralized platform permits user access anywhere

  • New web design by award-winning Silverchair

  • Easier access for multimedia to audio, and video clips will be within document and accessible with a single click

  • Author Center access to article, statistics, and citations, with additional future enhancements

  • Ability to download author's published article's figures and tables as PowerPoint slides

  • App provides users with past 3 years of content from The JAMA Network

  • App available in 2013 to include all surgically related articles from all journals

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