SciELO SA includes South African Family Practice (SAFP)
South African Family Practice (SAFP) is now included in SciELO SA – yet another DHET-approved index to which SAFP is now added. SciELO SA, a prestigious index, forms part of the SciELO Network, and is administered and maintained by the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf). SciELO SA has a strict set of inclusion criteria to which all journals indexed in it must adhere; only once a journal meets these criteria can it be included in this index. This reflects the quality of the researchers who contribute to SAFP as well as the reviewers that review their submissions – and, by extension, the works that get published in SAFP.
Being included in this world-renowned index thus represents yet another step towards making the footprint of SAFP and the works published in it truly global, while staying relevant to the journal’s home and the people it serves. The knowledge disseminated through SAFP is even more visible and accessible now that it is included on this respected platform. And, in line with its open-access publishing model, new content of SAFP will be available directly on SciELO SA in HTML and PDF formats.
We are pleased to invite you to submit your manuscript to the SAFP. This could allow your work to gain international exposure upon consideration for publication.
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