Research Synthesis Methods

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Edited By: Hannah Rothstein and Ian Shrier

Impact Factor: 2.462

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 9/56 (Mathematical & Computational Biology); 12/63 (Multidisciplinary Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1759-2887

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Thank You To Our Reviewers

Each year, hundreds of reviewers contribute their expertise to the peer review of manuscripts for Research Synthesis Methods. The editors and authors of papers submitted are grateful for the help of these reviewers. We give a sincere thank you to all who have reviewed papers for us since we launched:

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Research Synthesis Methods accepted for Medline indexing

We are delighted to announce that Research Synthesis Methods has been selected by Medline for indexing.

This means research you publish with Research Synthesis Methods will be more visible than ever.

This follows the journal’s acceptance for indexing by Thomson Reuters in January in what continues to be an exciting year of fundamental growth for the journal.

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