British Journal of Surgery

British Journal of Surgery
DisciplineSurgery
LanguageEnglish
Publication details
History1913–present
Publisher
Frequencymonthly
6.939 (2020)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Br. J. Surg.
Indexing
CODENBJSUAM
ISSN0007-1323
Links

The British Journal of Surgery (BJS) is a monthly peer-reviewed publication targeting general surgeons and the associated subspecialities. At 6.939 it has the highest impact factor of any general surgical journal in Europe. It has been published since 1913 and is currently published by Oxford University Press.

BJS has a tradition of publishing high-quality papers in breast, upper GI, lower GI, vascular, HPB, and endocrine surgery, and surgical sciences. The journal features the very best in clinical and laboratory-based research on all aspects of general surgery and related topics. Developing areas such as minimally invasive therapy and interventional radiology are strongly represented.

BJS is of interest not only to general surgeons, but also to specialty surgeons and those working in related fields.



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