Posted Mon, May, 21,2012
Libertas is pleased to announce that Journal of Central Nervous System Disease is now indexed by the Chinese Electronic Periodical Services. (CEPS) and journal content will be available there soon.
CEPS is operated by Airitri Inc., and in 2005 & 2007 won the ‘Best Subsidized Digital Publication award’ from the News Bureau of Executive Yuan of Taiwan.
Researchers and academics can search CEPS and download articles published in Journal of Central Nervous System Disease directly from the CEPS website.
Listing Journal of Central Nervous System Disease content with the Taiwanese based CEPS will further increase article visibility in the Asian community, especially in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. This part of Asia is growing in size and importance in the amount of health and medical research being produced by this part of the world.
Journal of Central Nervous System Disease is now listed with the following indexes:
Chemical Abstracts Service
Chinese Electronic Periodical Service
EBSCO CINAHL Complete
Gale Academic OneFile
Gale Health Reference Centre
Gale InfoTrac Custom Journals
ProQuest Biological Sciences
ProQuest Natural Sciences
Visit the Journal of Central Nervous System Disease homepage and view the Editor in Chief’s call for papers
Posted in: Indexes, Databases, and Directories
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