SAGE to publish The Journal of Intensive Care from February 2015
Los Angeles, CA - SAGE and The Intensive Care Society today announced a new agreement to publish its flagship title, The Journal of the Intensive Care Society as of February 2015.
The Journal of the Intensive Care Society, edited by Dr Jonathan Handy, is the official journal of the UK Intensive Care Society. A UK peer-reviewed journal, it publishes original papers, review articles, critically appraised topics, case reports and audits of interest to those involved in caring for critically ill patients. Championing the multidisciplinary nature of critical care, the journal encourages submissions from all specialities involved in research, clinical practice and management.
Speaking of the new partnership, Karen Phillips, Editorial Director at SAGE commented:
“SAGE has experienced extensive growth across our clinical medical program and we are growing a strong portfolio across the disciplines. This partnership marks out SAGE’s continued development as a medical publisher and is a testament to our editorial strengths. We are delighted to be publishing the leading UK journals in intensive care, and The Intensive Care Society’s flagship title. Publishing high quality, global research material, we look forward to working closely with the journal to strengthen its reach and the continued development of its readership and impact.”
Dr Jonathan Handy, editor of The Journal of Intensive Care commented:
“The Intensive Care Society is the leading UK organization that focuses on the standards of care and safety for patients admitted to intensive care, and the development and education of multidisciplinary health care professionals who work within intensive care. SAGE is one of the world’s fastest-growing publishers of research in healthcare and medicine and we are delighted to be partnering with them to publish our journal.”
The first SAGE issue will publish in February 2015.
The Journal of Intensive Care the official journal of the UK Intensive Care Society. The Intensive Care Society was founded in 1970 as the first national society for intensivists, bringing together all clinicians involved in critical care. The primary aims of the ICS are to foster education and research, to develop clinical standards, to enhance patient safety and to encourage professional development. ICS is a UK-based, peer-reviewed journal published four times a year in January, April, July and October by Stansted News Ltd. The journal publishes original papers, review articles, critically appraised topics, case reports and audits of interest to all those involved in caring for critically ill patients. The editorial board recognizes the multidisciplinary nature of critical care and encourages submissions from all specialties involved in research, clinical practice and management.
The Intensive Care Society is the representative body in the UK for intensive care professionals and patients. They are dedicated to the delivery of the highest quality of critical care to patients. The Intensive Care Foundation (ICF) facilitates and supports the highest quality of intensive care research in the UK and promotes fundraising opportunities to ensure funding for further research and development
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