Many of Elsevier’s peer-reviewed journals offer the possibility to publish a collection of articles on a common theme in the form of a Supplement.
Supplements are collections of papers that deal with related issues or topics. They are published as a separate issue of the journal or as part of a regular issue, and they are usually funded by sources other than the journal’s publisher.
Supplements can serve useful purposes: education, exchange of research information, ease of access to focused content and improved cooperation between academic and corporate entities.
All Elsevier Supplements are peer-reviewed and match the scope of the journal, ensuring high-quality content aimed at a specific target audience. They are published under the name of the journal, listed on ScienceDirect and disseminated to an established global healthcare audience, giving the content maximum impact.
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