Salud Colectiva is a triannual scientific publication edited by the Universidad Nacional de Lanús. The journal’s objective is to publish original articles in Spanish which contribute to the study of the health-disease-care process (HDCP). The journal seeks to create an editorial framework for critical thought about the social realm, based upon the Open Access model, a commitment to scientific and methodological rigor, and openness to multidisciplinary study.
Frequency: four-monthly (3 issues/year).
Its abbreviated title is Salud colect. (en línea) and it should be used in bibliographies, footnotes, references and bibliographic
Salud Colectiva is indexed by:
- Programme Appliqué à la Sélection et à la Compilation Automatique de la Littérature – PASCAL
- Web of Knowledge
- Social Sciences Citation Index – SSCI
- SciELO Public Health
- Directory of Open Access Journals – DOAJ
- Portal de difusión de la producción científica hispana – DIALNET
- Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina y el Caribe, España y Portugal – REDALYC
- Hispanic American Periodical Index – HAPI
- Access to Research in Health Programme – HINARI
- Free Medical Journals
- Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory – ULRICHSWEB
- Literatura Latino-Americana e do Caribe em Ciências da Saúde – LILACS
- Sistema Regional de Información en Línea para Revistas Científicas de América Latina, el Caribe, España y Portugal – LATINDEX
- Citas Latinoamericanas en Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades – CLASE
- Bibliografía Nacional en Ciencias de la Salud - BINACIS
The journal is included in LATINDEX system catalog. See achieved parameters
Salud Colectiva maintains a commitment to the policies of Open Access to scientific information, as it considers that both scientific publications as well as research projects funded by public resources should circulate freely without restrictions.
Since its release in 1999, UNESCO's Declaration on Science and the Use of Scientific Knowledge has advocated the “free flow of information” and “equal access to science.” The numerous declarations made thereafter and the increasing support of authors, editors, scientific publications and academic institutions have allowed a movement for Open Access to scientific production to take shape.
Diverse categories have emerged under the banner of the Open Access movement, for example the Open Access “Hybrid” Model: publications that, before making the contents freely available impose an embargo for a certain period of time in which access to those articles may only be achieved via a traditional subscription (pay-per-view). Another example is the Author Pays model in which certain publications pass the cost of editorial production onto the authors.
Salud Colectiva ratifies the Open Access model in which scientific publications are made freely available at no cost online, with no time embargos and with no publication costs transferred to the authors. This policy seeks to dismantle the economic barriers that have created inequalities in the access to both information and the ability to publish research results.
For this reason, Salud Colectiva does not charge anything to authors for the editing process and the publication of their articles in Spanish, nor for their later translation and publication in English, and is committed to making the articles available in Open Access indexing services and in the various online repositories that use Open Archives Initiative-Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) (See Indexing Services).
Furthermore, Salud Colectiva does not reserve the copyright of the article; this provides authors access to the final published versions both in Spanish and in English so they may include them in institutional repositories, personal blogs or any other electronic media, with the sole condition that they mention the original source of publication, in this case Salud Colectiva.
All of the material included in Salud Colectiva is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License (CC BY-NC), according to which the authors retain authorship rights and others are permitted to copy and distribute the work, so long as the original authorship is recognized and the work is not used for commercial purposes. For more information regarding Creative Commons licenses please see their website.
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