Publication year of foundation - 2012
Periodicity - 1 time in 2 months
ISSN of print version: 2226-5384.
ISSN of online version: 2414-1992.
Surgery. Eastern Europe
"Surgery. Eastern Europe" is an international scientific and practical journal targeted at surgeons and surgical professionals.
The journal publishes original research papers and reviews that cover various fields of surgery: blood vessels, heart, lungs, esophagus, stomach and duodenum, intestines, bile ducts, liver, pancreas, urogenital system, endocrine system. It also covers topics related to transplantology, traumatology, oncology and combustiology, development of the new technologies, state-of-the-art equipment and instruments, etc.
The ideological orientation of the journal is jointly determined by Belarusian, Ukrainian, Azerbaijani and Russian editorial boards.
The journal is a source of fundamental and clinical knowledge. The majority of Belarusian and Ukrainian scientists, and scientists from other countries choose "Surgery. Eastern Europe" to publish the theses.
Our mission is to facilitate the communication of scientists from different countries and schools of thought, to enable the emergence of the new promising research related to surgery, to help scientists and practitioners in their education and research.
The journal is included in the list of scientific resources recommended by the Highest Attestation Commission of Belarus for publishing the theses.
According to the decree of the Ministry of Education, Science, Youth and Sport № 1112 of October 17, 2012, the scientific papers published in this journal have the same status as the ones published abroad for the purposes of degree-seeking scientists of Ukraine.
RSCI impact factor, 2014 – 0,150
In Belarus: Belarusian Association of Surgeons
In Ukraine: "Professionalnie izdaniya"
Rychagov Grigory Petrovich (CV) – Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor (Belarus)
Dronov Aleksei Ivanovich (CV) – Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor (Ukraine)
Aliev Mubariz Yakub Ogly (CV) – Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor (Azerbaijan)
Volume – 140-160 pages, format – 165x240.
Circulation: Belarus – 1500 copies, in Ukraine – 1500 copies.
Copyright material should be sent to the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy editor-in-chief – Zhabinski Alexey Vladimirovich