A bibliometric review of the International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health

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Authors: Kehinde K Kanmodi, Laura O. Joseph, Chinwendu C Ngozi, Charles Oluwaseun Adetunji, and Lawrence A Nnyanzi
Page Range: 157-168
Published in: International Public Health Journal, 15#2 (2023)
ISSN: 1947-4989

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ABSTRACT

Objectives was to conduct a bibliometric analysis of papers published in the International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health (IJAMH). Methods: The profile page of IJAMH was accessed on the SCOPUS database to extract the bibliometric data of all papers published from inception till date (02 June 2022) in IJAMH. Collected data were analysed using the Microsoft Office Excel 2021 and VOSviewer version 1.6.18 software. Results: The analysis was based on 1,997 papers. These papers had an average citation rate and a cumulative h-index of 6.5 and 40, respectively. A total of 104 countries/territories sourced the papers published in IJAMH, and the United States had the highest volume (29.8%) of contributions and citation metrics (TC = 5314; h-index = 32). Chinese University of Hong Kong (average citation per paper [ACP] = 15.9; h-index = 16) was the institution with the most impactful contributions to the journal. Daniel TL Shek (ACP = 12.8; h-index = 20), from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, was the author with the most impactful contribution to the journal. A total of 159 funding organisations were sponsors of papers published in IJAMH, and the top ten funding sponsors were organisations in the United States, Iran, Israel and Australia. The National Institutes of Health (n = 50; ACP = 17.1; h-index = 15), in the United States, was the most impactful sponsor of the funded papers published in the journal. Conclusion: This review shows that IJAMH is a promising journal in the field of adolescent medicine and health.

Keywords: Journal, International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, bibliometric, analysis, review

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