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Health sciences - Emergency Medical Care: Publishing

Publishing Trade Agreements (Open Access Options)

The University of Johannesburg Library is repurposing some of its Information budget allocation to include assisting in paying for author publishing costs and also we have entered into Transformative agreements with Publishers through SANLIC.

SANLIC: South African National Library and Information Consortium is a non-profit consortium of member institutions, aimed at negotiating the procurement of, and securing access to information resources on behalf of its members.

The below image linking to the Publisher Agreements LibGuide will help you access more information about the Open Access Agreements the Library has signed with a number of scholarly publishers.

DHET Accredited Journal List

Measure Research Performance


Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, features smart tools to track, analyze and visualize research. Scopus delivers an overview of the world's research output in the fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences and arts and humanities.

Incites on the ISI Web of Science Incites provides Research Performance profiles.

With Incites comprehensive publications and citation reports can be generated. Influential emerging researchers can be pinpointed by it. It monitors collaboration activity. Output and impact statistics for benchmarking are available. The home institution can be compared to others worldwide and field strenghts within a territory or country can be identified.

Key indicators of research excellence for leading institutions worldwide can be supplied. Measures on reputation, funding, publication, staff and students can be examined.

Research Data Management (FigShare)

The UJ libary has a Research Data Management team responsibile to assist and support you with your research data management needs. 

A data repository is available where you can store and share your data. The data can be private or made available for public access. For more information on the Data Management Repository, please watch the following video