© The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland
Edited By: Dr A. A. Klein, Cambridge, UK
Impact Factor: 3.794
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 5/31 (Anesthesiology)
Online ISSN: 1365-2044
10 good reasons to submit to Anaesthesia
Authors publishing in Anaesthesia can expect:
Exposure in a high-profile, highly used, prestigious journal with over 1 million downloads.
Rapid turnaround times: the median time from submission to decision is 12 days, with a median time from full acceptance to Early View publication of 47 days;
Close and friendly editorial support during manuscript preparation and submission;
High ethical standards, adhering to Wiley's ethical code of conduct and COPE's standards for publication;
To make use of the free provision of colour;
To pay no page charges;
To participate in a vibrant Correspondence website allowing rapid responses to, and debate on, all published material;
All articles to be freely available 12 months after publication;
Authors can pay to make an article free (and be deposited in PubMed Central) as soon as it is published;
Authors can download images to Powerpoint slides and re-use broadly.
Anaesthesia articles published for more than 12 months, back to 1997, are now free to access online!
AABGI Guidelines are available to read, online, for free:
- Suspected Anaphylactic Reactions Associated with Anaesthesia
- Infection Control in Anaesthesia
- Safety in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Blood transfusion and the anaesthetist: management of massive haemorrhage
AAGBI / Wiley book club
All members of the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland are entitled to a 20% discount off ANY John Wiley book purchased online. Contact Sarah Jeffrey to request your code.
Online Content Now Available Back to Volume 1
All back issues of this journal are available online. Click here to browse contents and abstracts. For further information on how to access these issues visit our Librarian Site.
The Correspondence Website
Join and follow the debate today! Read, post, and reply to items of correspondence, relating to published articles, online. Each item of correspondence is screened by the editors and we will post most on the website. A response to a previously published article or letter must be submitted via the Correspondence website, www.anaesthesiacorrespondence.com.
Free and low cost access in the Developing World
Free or low cost online access to this journal is available within institutions in the Developing World through Research4Life (the HINARI/AGORA/OARE initiatives).
Authors of articles in this journal can now choose to make their articles open access and available free for all readers through the payment of an author fee - our OnlineOpen Initiative. Read more. If you wish your paper to be OnlineOpen you are required to complete the combined payment and copyright form: Online Open Form.
NIH Public Access Mandate: For those interested in the Wiley policy on the NIH public access mandate, please visit our policy statement. Our policy on other open access mandates can also be found here.
Repatriating printing and distribution of Anaesthesia in 2011 reduced the journal's carbon footprint by 91%, from 219 tonnes per annum to 19 tonnes per annum.