Russian Pediatric Ophthalmology

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ISSN: 1993-1859

Rossiiskaya Pediatricheskaya Oftal'mologiya

Launch Year: 2006
Founder:
OAO Izdatelstvo Meditsina
Frequency: 2 issues per year

The journal is represented in the following indexing services including: Scientific Electronic Library (http://www.elibrary.ru), Russian Index of Scientific Citation.

Impact Factor of the Russian Science Citation Index is 0,245


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The Russian Pediatric Ophthalmology Journal is listed among Russian peer-reviewed scientific journals approved by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science for Kandidat Nauk and Doktor Nauk Degree Awards*. The journal is included in international data systems and databases. Therefore, the authors are required to make sure that their submission is in strict compliance with the Manuscript Guidelines and Publishing Ethics.
*The Russian academic degrees of Kandidat Nauk and Doktor Nauk are equivalent to PhD.

Manuscript Submission:
OAO Izdatelstvo Meditsina, 5 (bld. 14) Novoostapovskaya St., 115088 Moscow, Russia
Editorial Office of the Russian Pediatric Ophthalmology Journal
 e-mail: rpo@idm.msk.ru

Editor-in-chief: Lyudmila A. KatarginaMD, PhD, Prof., Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation, Chief Visiting Pediatric Ophthalmologist of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Member of the Trans-Regional Association of Ophthalmologists, Head of the Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology, Deputy Director for Science, Moscow Helmholtz Research Institute of Eye Diseases

 Editorial Board & Editorial Advisory Board

The goal of the journal is to provide pediatric ophthalmologists with data on pediatric ophthalmology issues, to enable exchange of experience in diagnosing and treating ocular diseases in children, to facilitate discussion of research results, and to improve pediatric eye care.


Full-text articles are available on the website of the Scientific Electronic Library