JCPSP

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JCPSPJournal of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan
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All 'original ar ticles' published by the JPMA and JCPSP in the year 2015 were downloaded from the websites of JPMA and JCPSP, in November 2016.
Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan (JCPSP) in January 2003.7
This list of top ten journals as per international data base SCOPUS include three other medical journals from Pakistan as well i.e Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan (JCPSP), Journal of Pakistan Medical Association (JPMA) and Journal of Ayub Medical College Abbott Abad (JAMC).
Fronto-orbital advancement and total calvarial remodelling for craniosynostosis, JCPSP. 2014; 24: 118-22.
Dr.Fatema Jawad Chief Editor of JPMA is its current President and Dr.Jamshed Akhtar Editor of JCPSP is its General Secretary.
A clinic-pathological study of necrotizing fasciitis-an institutional experience, JCPSP 2007;17(5):257-260.
JPMA, JCPSP, Journal of Ayub Medical College, Pakistan Journal of Nutrition and Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences.
Postgraduate Trainee Performance with Structured Assessment Techniques in Competency-Based Model of Training, JCPSP. 2011; 21 (6): 338-341.
These included the Journal of Pakistan Medical Association (JPMA), the Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (JCPSP), the Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences (JPMS), and the Journal of Ayub Medical College (JAMC).
Jamshed Akhtar General Secretary PAME and Editor of JCPSP read the message received from current President of EMAME Prof.
There is only one review of statistical methods used in articles published in Pakistani medical journals.1 This review of six medical journals of Pakistan including three Medline Indexed journals, namely Journal of Pakistan Medical Association (JPMA), Journal of Ayub Medical College (JAMC), and Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan (JCPSP), for the years 1998 and 2007; reported that out of 299 'original articles' and 'short communication' published in 2007, there were only 7 (2.3%) articles in the Medline indexed journals that used multiple linear regression model, while only 1 (0.6%) out of 177 articles published in the non-indexed journals used this model.