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BJUI’s Impact Factor rises to 4.387




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BJUI’s Impact Factor has once again increased, with a steep rise this year to 4.387! The journal has also climbed in to the top 10 for Nephrology and Urology journals.

Editor-in-Chief Prokar Dasgupta and the BJUI Editorial Team would like to thank our readers, authors and reviewers for their dedication and hard work in helping to make this happen.

Congratulations to all those involved.

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  1. Dirk De Ridder
    Great news!
  2. Ben Challacombe
    And this is based on accepting only the best papers and trying to ensure they achieve the most impact through the website and social media, whilst rejecting those papers unlikely to do well.
    Unlike some other journals we don't have many guidelines to fall back on to keep our IF high.
    Hence this is all down to combined hard work!
    Well done all concerned.

    Ben
  3. John Davis
    Congrats to the team and thank you Prokar for thinking big.

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