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H Index of scientific Nursing journals according to Google Scholar Metrics (2007-2011)

@article{Leal2013HIO,
  title={H Index of scientific Nursing journals according to Google Scholar Metrics (2007-2011)},
  author={Liliana Marcela Reina Leal and Rafael Repiso and Emilio Delgado L{\'o}pez-C{\'o}zar},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1307.4329}
}
The aim of this report is to present a ranking of Nursing journals covered in Google Scholar Metrics (GSM), a Google product launched in 2012 to assess the impact of scientific journals from citation counts this receive on Google Scholar. Google has chosen to include only those journals that have published at least 100 papers and have at least one citation in a period of five years (2007-2011). Journal rankings are sorted by languages (showing the 100 papers with the greatest impact). This tool… 
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