PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL Prof. VASTI (Afternoon)
Prof. SM Hanef
Professor Sajid Maqbool
Prof. Emeritus Pediatrics, Children's Hospital and Institute of Children's Health, Lahore
Prof. Humayun Iqbal Khan,
Prof. of Pediatrics, Nawaz Sharif Medical and Dental College/Hospital, Lahore
Professor Akmal Laeeq
Prof. Emeritus Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics, King Edward Medical University, Lahore
Prof.. Fehmina Arif
Professor of Pediatrics, Dow Medical College/Dow University of Health Sciences, Karachi
Professor Mahmud Jamal
Prof. of Pediatric Endocrinology, SICN, Karachi
Prof. Muhammad Fahim Afzal
Professor of Pediatrics, Ameer-ud-Din Medical College/Post Graduate Medical Institute/Lahore General Hospital, Lahore
Professor Muhammad Hussain
Associate Professor, Department of Paediatrics, Lady Reading Postgraduate Medical Institute and Peshawar State Hospital.
Professor of Pediatrics,
DR. Bashir A. Kaker
Professor of Pediatrics, Bashir Medical Complex, Quetta
Prof. Aisha Mehnaz
Prof. Ejaz A Khan
Prof. Gen. Salman Ali
Professor Gulam Mustafa
Professor Gohar Rahman
Prof. Iqbal A. Memon
Professor Irshad Khan
Professor Masood Sadiq
Prof. Muhammad Aschraf Sultan
Prof. Salma Sheikh
Prof. Tahir Masud Ahmad
Professor Tabisch Ready
Professor Atif Amin
Professor Hassan Imran
Prof. Junaid Muhib Khan
Prof. Khalid N. Haque (USA)
Professor Maqbool Qadir
Prof. Mobeen Rathore (USA)
Prof. Z A Bhutta
Dr. A.S. A. S. HERE. Riphath Omer
|Extensive drug-resistant typhoid: an alarming situation|
|Prof. Humayun Iqbal Khan|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022: 46(3): 243-44|
|Professor and Director of Pediatrics, Sharif Medical and Dental College, Lahore Pakistan.|
|Download the full article here:Editorial.pdf|
|spectrum of disabilities in a third level hospital; challenges and recommendations|
|SHAZIA MAQBOOL, FATIMA RAHMAN, ANAM ALI, Aisha Farid, Wajeeha Zahra, Ehsan Ullah|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 245-53|
|Prof Shazia Maqbool, Fatima Rahman, Anam Ali, Aisha Farid, Wajeeha Zahra, Department of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, University of Child Health Sciences and Children's Hospital, Lahore EhsanUllah Department of Developmental Pediatrics, The Chi|
|Download the full article here:Narrative review.pdf|
|Enteric fever: in an era of antibiotic resistance: a retrospective study|
|SABA AFZAL SHAIKH, BRIG. FAHEEM AHMED SUBHANI, BILAL AHMED, Maimoona Saleh, Khaista Utmen Khail, Huma Afzal|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 254-59|
|Saba Afzal Scheich, brigadier. general Faheem Ahmed Subhani, Bilal Ahmed, Maimoona Saleh, Khaista Utmen Khail, Abteilung Pädiatrie Huma Afzal, Internationales Krankenhaus Riphah, IIMC, Rawalpindi|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 1.pdf|
|The threat of drug-resistant Salmonella Typhi in children: experiences from a tertiary care hospital in Pakistan|
|SAHER GUL AHDI, AYESHA BATOOL, ABDUL WAHAB SIDDIQUE, Arouj Waqas, Rafia Gul, Furqan Saleem|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 260-67|
|Saher Gul Ahdi, Ayesha Batool, Abdul Wahab Siddique, Arouj Waqas, CMH Faculty of Medicine and Institute of Dentistry of Lahore, Lahore Rafia Gul, Furqan Saleem Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry of FMH, Lahore|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 2.pdf|
|Clinical profile and histopathological spectrum in children with steroid-resistant nephrotic syndrome|
|AMMARA KHALID, AMJAD IQBAL, SEHRISH ANJUM, Syeda Mamoona Qudrat, Tehreem Iqbal, Samina Tabassum|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 276-81|
|Ammara Khalid, Syeda Mamoona Qudrat, Department of Paediatrics, Benazir Bhutto Hospital, Rawalpindi Medical University, Rawalpindi, Amjad Iqbal, Sehrish Anjum, Samina Tabassum, Department of Paediatrics, CMH, Bahawalpur|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 4.pdf|
|Efficacy of dexamethasone in the treatment of meconium aspiration syndrome; a randomized clinical trial|
|SABA BAKHT, MUHAMMAD ASIF SIDDIQUI, TAYYABA KHAWAR BUTT, Muhammad Tauseef Omer|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 282-86|
|Saba Bakht, Muhammad Asif Siddiqui, Tayyaba Khawar Butt, Muhammad Tauseef Omer Departamento de Medicina Pediátrica, Hospital de Servicio, Lahore|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 5.pdf|
|Incidence of acute renal failure in children treated with acyclovir in a tertiary care center|
|RABIA YAMIN, KHEMCHAND N MOORANI, IKRAMULLAH SHAIKH, Shahzadi Dilawar, Sidra Yamin|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 287-92|
|Rabia Yamin, Ikramullah Shaikh, Shahzadi Dilawar, NICH, Karachi Khemchand N Moorani, Abteilung für Nephrologie, The Kidney Center Postgraduate Training Institute, (TKC-PGTI), Karachi Sidra Yamin IPP, Universidad de Bahria, Islamabad|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 6.pdf|
|Comparison of mean platelet volume in febrile newborns with and without neonatal sepsis|
|AAMER NASEER, MAHIRA GONDAL, FAUZIA AAMER, Mahnoor Aamer, Syed Shahzad Husnain|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 293-98|
|Aamer Naseer Departamento de Pediatría, Hospital Jinnah, Lahore Mahira Gondal THQ Hospital, Phalia Fauzia Aamer Children Hospital, Lahore Mahnoor Aamer Rehbar Medical and Dental College, Lahore. Syed Shahzad Husnain PNS Hafeez E8 Complejo Naval Islama|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 7.pdf|
|Effect of practical demonstration of nasal spray and intranasal ointment use on the outcome of recurrent idiopathic pediatric epistaxis: a randomized controlled trial|
|SUMERA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD AHMED KHAN, MUHAMMAD ZAFAR IQBAL HYDRIE, Hassan Bin Usman Shah|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 299-04|
|Sumera Akram, Department of Pediatrics, THQ Renala Khurd Hospital Muhammad Ahmed Khan, Department of ENT, CMH, Okara Prof. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal Hydria, School of Public Health, Dow University of Health Sciences Karachi Hassan Bin Usman Shah The Kirby|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 8.pdf|
|Nutritional status and dietary rehabilitation of children with ostomy and persistent diarrhea 6 months to 2 years at NRC, CH & ICH, Multan|
|SAADIA KHAN, KASHIF CHISTI, REEMA ARSHAD, Ibad Ali, Asad Abbas, Noor ul Ain|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 305-12|
|Saadia Khan, Reema Arshad, Ibad Ali, Noor ul Ain Pediatric Preventive Unit, Children's Hospital and Institute of Children's Health, Multan. Kashif Chisti Department of Pediatric Surgery, Children's Hospital and Institute of Child Health|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 9.pdf|
|Knowledge among health care providers about infant and young child feeding in a tertiary care pediatric hospital|
|RIMSHA, MISBAH ANJUM, SAFIA BIBI, Shazia Soomro, Shazia Lashari|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 313-18|
|Rimsha, Misban Anjum, Safia Bibi, Shazia Soomro, Instituto Nacional de Salud Infantil ShaziaLashari, Rafiqui SJ Shaheed Road, Napier Quarter, Karatschi|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 10.pdf|
|Etiology of indirect hyperbilirubinemia in the neonatal unit of a tertiary care hospital|
|SYED IMAD ALI SHAH, RUSHNA YOUNAS, FAIQA NAZIR, Shehzad Rauf, Abdul Khaliq, Irfan Ullah, Hamid Bangash|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 319-23|
|Syed Imad Ali Shah, Rushna Younas, Faiqa Nazir, Shehzad Rauf, Abdul Khaliq, Irfan Ullah, Hamid Bangash Department of Paediatrics, Department -1, Khyber Teaching Hospital Peshawar|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 11.pdf|
|Vaccination status of pediatric patients presenting at a tertiary care hospital in Lahore and causes of vaccination failure|
|ASWAR SAMAA, ANWAAR BASHEER, SALMA SALEEM, Omeir Ali Aziz, Navaira Arshad, Ayesha Arif|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 324-28|
|Aswar Samaa, Anwar Bashir, Salma Saleem, Omeir Ali Aziz, Navaira Arshad, Prof. Ayesha Arif Departamento de Medicina Pediatrica, Hospital Jinnah, Lahore|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 12.pdf|
|Effects of lower extremity whole-body vibration in diplegic spastic cerebral palsy|
|FÁTIMA ASLAM, MIRZA OBAID BAIG|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 329-35|
|Fatima Aslam, Mirza Obaid Baig Department of Pediatrics, College of Rehabilitation and Allied Health Sciences, Riphah International University, Islamabad|
|Download the full article here:Article No. 13.pdf|
|sepsis and meningitis caused by Chryseobacterium meningosepticum; Case series of two newborns|
|SUMERA AKRAM, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF HUSSAIN, SADAF NAWAZ, Muhammad Ahmed Khan|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 336-39|
|Sumera Akram, THQ Renala Khurd Hospital, Okara Muhammad Ashraf Hussain, Muhammad Ahmed Khan CMH Zhob Sadaf Nawaz, CMH Gilgit|
|Download the full article here:Clinical case 1.pdf|
|Very late recurrence of Ewing sarcoma in a developing country|
|MAHWISH FAIZAN, SHAMVIL ASHRAF, MEHMOOD SHAUKAT, Ahmed Farooq, Najam Ud Din|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 340-43|
|Mahwish Faizan, Shamvil Ashraf, Prof. Mehmood Shaukat, Ahmed Farooq, Prof. Najam Ud Din Department of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, The Children's Hospital. University of Child Health Sciences, Lahore|
|Download the full article here:Clinical case 2.pdf|
|Nutritional dermatosis and gray hair: an infant with cystic fibrosis|
|MUHAMMAD IMRAN, ANJUM SAEED, MUHAMMAD NADEEM ANJUM, Huma Arshad Cheema|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 344-47|
|Muhammad Imran, Anjum Saeed, Muhammad Nadeem Anjum, Prof. Huma Arshad Cheema Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Children's Hospital and University of Child Health Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan|
|Download the full article here:Clinical case 3.pdf|
|Syndrome de Brown-Valetto-Van-Laere|
|MUHAMMAD ASHFAQ, BADER-U-NISA, AIJAZ AHMED, Hira Waseem|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 348-51|
|Muhammad Ashfaq, Bader-U-Nisa, Aijaz Ahmed, Hira Waseem Department of Pediatrics, National Institute of Child Health, Rafique Shaheed Road, Karachi|
|Download the full article here:Clinical case 4.pdf|
|Child abuse in the digital age: Covid and beyond|
|Pak Pediatr J 2022; 46(3): 352-55|
|Aisha Mehnaz Dow University of Health Sciences, Karatschi.|
|Download the full article here:EXPERT COMMENTS.pdf|
Pediatrics receives many more high-quality manuscripts than can be accommodated in our available space. The acceptance rate is approximately 10%. An article that is thought by the editors to not be relevant to readers, outside of scope, or very unlikely to be accepted may be rejected without review.What is the impact score of the Journal of Pediatrics? ›
Pediatrics has one of the highest impact factors (7.124) in the 2021 Journal Citation Report (from Thomson Reuters). The journal is one of the top 100 most-cited journals in all of science and medicine.How much does it cost to publish in International Journal of Pediatrics? ›
To publish in Journal of Pediatrics with Open Access Lincense, authors are required to pay an overall article publishing charges (APC) : $3.0 USD.How much is Pediatrics publication fee? ›
APC: An Article Pay Charge of $3,100 must be paid 10 days after the paper is accepted for publication.Which medical journal is easiest to publish? ›
NAJMS is one of the fastest communication journals and articles are published online within two weeks after acceptance of manuscripts. The potential readers of the NAJMS include the international scientific and clinical community as well as educators, policymakers, and interested members of the public around the world.Is 3 a good impact factor for a journal? ›
In general, the impact factor of 10 or higher is considered remarkable, while 3 is good, and the average score is less than 1. Just as an example, the very prestigious journal Nature had an impact factor of 69.504 in 2021.Is 5.2 impact factor good? ›
In most fields, the impact factor of 10 or greater is considered an excellent score while 3 is flagged as good and the average score is less than 1. This is a rule of thumb.Is it difficult to publish in MDPI? ›
MDPI has one of the most straightforward and efficient publication processes in the whole publishing landscape. Most of our journals suggest 5 days for minor revisions and 10–14 days for major revisions.Can I publish a journal for free? ›
Many free-to-publish and open-access journals and subscription journals from major publishers are “Free to author” by default. Some journals require an article processing charge (APC) but also have a policy allowing them to waive fees on request at the discretion of the editor.Can I publish in MDPI for free? ›
There are no charges for rejected articles, no submission charges, and no surcharges based on the length of an article, figures or supplementary data.
While the national average for medical students having research papers published is just under six during their time in medical school, Zhitny has had 18 research papers appear in publications that include Vascular Health and Risk Management, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Global Open, Dermatology, International ...Is it free to publish in Elsevier? ›
Authors publishing in hybrid journals can publish under the subscription model at no cost and make use of the Elsevier sharing policy.Where can I publish a medical article for free? ›
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The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) is recognized as the world's leading medical journal and website. Published continuously for over 200 years, NEJM delivers high-quality, peer-reviewed research and interactive clinical content to physicians, educators, researchers, and the global medical community.What is the most respected journal? ›
- Nature – Impact Factor: 42.78. ...
- The New England Journal of Medicine – Impact Factor: 74.7. ...
- Science – Impact Factor: 41.84. ...
- IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition – Impact Factor: 45.17. ...
- The Lancet – Impact Factor: 59.1.
Can you publish in academic journals without a PhD? Yes, you can publish in an academic journal if you don't have a PhD. Your work will be subject to the same rigorous peer review standards as someone with a doctorate.Is 2.5 A high impact factor? ›
The majority of journals, in fact, fall in the bracket of an IF of 1-1+. So, a journal with an IF of 2-2.5 would be considered having a higher impact than these journals. A journal with an IF of 5 or above would be considered high-impact, but note that these would be fewer in number.Is 6 a good impact factor for a journal? ›
The top 5% of journals have impact factors approximately equal to or greater than 6 (610 journals or 4.9% of the journals tracked by JCR).Which journal has highest impact factor? ›
- Nature. 2021 Impact Factor: 69.504.
- Science. 2021 Impact Factor: 63.832.
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2021 Impact Factor: 10.700.
An impact factor of 10 can be considered excellent – although unreachable in many categories – as in 2020 only 3.65% of the journals had an impact factor of 10 or higher. An impact factor of 10 isn't even the highest score though.
Impact factor is commonly used to evaluate the relative importance of a journal within its field and to measure the frequency with which the “average article” in a journal has been cited in a particular time period. Journal which publishes more review articles will get highest IFs.Does MDPI reject papers? ›
There are many different reasons why a paper might be rejected during the publication process. Rejections occur at various stages: Desk rejection (rejection upon submission) Rejection before peer review by the Academic Editor.Is it worth to publish in MDPI? ›
The quality of the papers published in MDPI Special Issues is very high! I had a great experience with MDPI (Energies Journal) when publishing my research work. The manuscript submission process and the speed of publication were outstanding.Is MDPI a Q1 journal? ›
For almost all of the newly added MDPI titles, their CiteScore ranks in the upper 50% of the distribution (Q1 or Q2) in at least one of the research areas.Do journals ask for money to publish? ›
Traditional subscription-based journals require the reader to pay for access to the journal; the author does not have to pay any charges for publishing in the journal. On the other hand, in the open access model of publication, journals may charge a fee to the author to cover the costs of publishing.Is it hard to get published in a journal? ›
Publishing in a journal can sometimes be challenging or even discouraging. Often, beginners struggle to get published in a good journal even if their work is of good quality because it lacks the finesse and attention to detail that a more experienced researcher's work has.Do you get paid to publish in a journal? ›
Is there money in it? Pretty much the only link between academic publishing and your bank account is the fact that you won't get a job if you don't publish (discounting the impact buying books has on your bank balance). You don't get paid for articles you publish.How much is MDPI paper fee? ›
All articles published in Resources (ISSN 2079-9276) are published in full open access. An article processing charge (APC) of 1600 CHF (Swiss Francs) applies to papers accepted after peer review.Does MDPI pay reviewers? ›
By becoming a reviewer for MDPI, you will automatically be entered into the running to win the journal's Outstanding Reviewer Award, for which the prize is usually a monetary award, a publication discount and a certificate.Can first author submit a paper? ›
Although you are the first author, ideally you should not write to the editor if you are not the corresponding author. Since the editor is already in communication with the corresponding author, your writing to him/her may just lead to confusion.
Those entering medical schools who are committed to completing the program are 81.6 percent to 84.3 percent. So, what is the dropout rate for medical school? In a standard, single four-year program, that would put the medical school dropout rate at between 15.7 percent and 18.4 percent, confirms the AAMC.How do medical students memorize so much? ›
According to several studies, self-testing is a proven technique that helps medical students to retrieve information and better memorize what they have learned. Taking practice tests is a retrieval practice that boosts long-term memory of medical students.How many publications is good for residency? ›
“Most residencies now pretty much expect medical students to have at least three publications.” Regardless of this statement's validity, today's medical students believe that publications are yet another item to add to their checklist of required accomplishments.Does Elsevier pay authors? ›
Royalty payments are made as agreed in your contract. Most of our contracts are either annual (January-December) or semi-annual (January-June and July-December). Annual contracts are generally paid in March each year. Semi-annual contracts are generally paid in either March and September, or April and October.What is the cheapest way to self publish? ›
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Technically, you don't have to pay money to traditionally publish a book. The cost to publish with this method is time. It can take from 1-3 years or longer just to get a book published if you go the traditional route. That being said, you don't pay for anything upfront, not in terms of money.Can I pay to publish an article? ›
These fees, charged by certain open access journals post-acceptance, are also known as author publishing charges or article processing charges (APCs) and range from $8-3,900. APCs may be driven down by submission fees, particularly among open access journals with high rejection rates.Do you have to pay to publish an article? ›
Most journals charge a significant fee to those submitting a paper, sometimes in the thousands of dollars. The paper's author might have to pay these fees, although sometimes his or her university or institution has a subscription fee or otherwise covers the cost of publishing.How can I get free full text medical articles? ›
- Google Scholar.
- The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
- Web of Science.
- OSF Preprints.
Overall Competitiveness of Pediatrics Residency and Chances of Matching. The overall competitiveness level of pediatrics is Low for a U.S. senior. With a Step 1 score of 200, the probability of matching is 95%. With a Step 1 score of >240, the probability is 100%.
We looked at over 2,300 journals (more than 80% of them published by Elsevier), and calculated that the average acceptance rate was 32%. The range of acceptance was from just over 1% to 93.2%.What rank is Journal of Pediatrics? ›
Journal of Pediatrics Rank and SCImago Journal Rank (SJR)
The overall rank of Journal of Pediatrics is 3458. According to SCImago Journal Rank (SJR), this journal is ranked 1.111.
The largest journals tend to have relatively lower acceptance rates compared with smaller journals, but even there the rates range between about 10 per cent and 60 per cent.What Step 1 score do I need for pediatrics? ›
A solid pediatrics application would include a 235+ on Step 1, 240+ on Step 2, overall strong clerkship performance and grades in pediatrics in particular, and at least one LOR from a pediatrician.What is the highest paid pediatric specialty? ›
Glassdoor reports the average annual salary for this job title as $178,792. According to ZipRecruiter, the states that pay the most for physicians in this subspecialty are California, North Dakota, New York, and Massachusetts.
Pediatric nursing is much more difficult than other types of nursing due to the age and care that these young patients need. These nurses make their young patients' a little less frightened by using their patience and warm personalities. Pediatric nurses may also have to work with patients who are critically ill.