LATIN Neurosurgery Journal

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[1] Chris A Rees, Heather Lukolyo, Eliz abeth M Keating, Kirk A Dearden, Samuel A Luboga, Gordon E Schutze, and Peter N Kazembe. Authorship in paediatric research conducted in low and middle-income countries: parity or parasitism? Tropical Medicine & In ternational Health, 22(11):1362–1370, 2017.
[2] Stephanie Chow Garbern, Gimbo Hyuha, Catalina Gonz´ alez Marqu´ es, Noor Baig, Jennifer L Chan, Sanjukta Dutta, Masuma AGulamhussein, Gloria Paulina L´ opez Ter´ an, Hussein Karim Manji, Winnie K Mdundo, et al. Authorship representation in global emergency medicine: a bibliometric analysis from 2016 to 2020. BMJ Global Health, 7(6):e009538, 2022.
[3] Sanjay Meena and Buddhadev Chowd hury. How international are the leading orthopedic journals: a look at the com position of the editorial board members of the top orthopedic journals. Archives of orthopaedic and trauma surgery, 134:619–622, 2014.
[4] Jason Luty, SMR Arokiadass, JM Ea sow, and JR Anapreddy. Preferential publication of editorial board members in medical specialty journals. Journal of Medical Ethics, 35(3):200–202, 2009.
[5] Grisel Zacca-Gonz´ alez, Chinchilla-Rodr´ ıguez, Zaida Benjam´ ın Vargas-Quesada, and F´ elix de Moya Aneg´ on. Bibliometric analysis of regional latin america’s scientific output in public health through scimago jour nal & country rank. BMC public health, 14:1–11, 2014.
[6] Kanwaljeet Garg, Bipin Chaurasia, An drew J Gienapp, Bruno Splavski, and Kenan I Arnautovic. Bibliometric anal ysis of publications from 2011–2020 in 6 major neurosurgical journals (part 1): Geographic, demographic, and ar ticle type trends. World Neurosurgery, 157:125–134, 2022.
[7] Oktay Tutarel. Composition of the edi torial boards of leading medical educa tion journals. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 4(1):1–4, 2004.
[8] Subrata Chattopadhyay, Catherine Myser, and Raymond De Vries. Bioethics and its gatekeepers: does institutional racism exist in lead ing bioethics journals? Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 10:7–9, 2013. [9] Stein J Janssen, Annelien L Bredeno ord, Wouter Dhert, Marinus de Kleuver, F Cumhur Oner, and Jorrit-Jan Verlaan. Potential conflicts of interest of editorial board members from five leading spine journals. PloS one, 10(6):e0127362, 2015.
[10] Bin Xu, HongyuMeng, Shiji Qin, Yueju Liu, Zhiyong Li, Junming Cao, Yong sheng Lin, Yingze Zhang, and Zhihong Wang. How international are the edi torial boards of leading spine journals? a strobe-compliant study. Medicine, 98(5), 2019.
[11] Basheer Elsolh, Amanpreet Brar, Bishal Gyawali, and Sunil V Patel. Reviewing the reviewers potential financial con f licts of interest in editorial boards of surgery journals. Annals of Surgery, 276(6):e1089–e1094, 2022.
[12] Jean-Paul Bryant, Diana I Nwokoye, MaKayla F Cox, and Nnenna S Mbabuike. The progression of diver sity: Black women in neurosurgery. Neurosurgical Focus, 50(3):E9, 2021.
[13] Aamir Raoof Memon, Ishtiaq Ahmed, Nabiha Ghaffar, Kainat Ahmed, and Iqra Sadiq. Where are female editors from low-income and middle-income countries? a comprehensive assess ment of gender, geographical distribu tion and country’s income group of ed itorial boards of top-ranked rehabilita tion and sports science journals. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 56(8):458 468, 2022.
[14] Miguel Bertelli Ramos, Frederico Ar riaga Criscuoli de Farias, Jo˜ao Pe dro Einsfeld Britz, Francine W¨ urz ius de Quadros, Ketelly Bueno Koch, Vanessa Nodari Carobin, and Asdrubal Falavigna. Representation of women on editorial boards of medline-indexed spine, neurosurgery, and orthopedic journals. International Journal of Spine Surgery, 16(2):404–411, 2022.
[15] Nathan A Shlobin, Maria A Punchak, Andre EBoyke, Molly Beestrum, Karen Gutzman, and Gail Rosseau. Lan guage and geographic representation of neurosurgical journals: A meta-science study. World neurosurgery, 166:171 183, 2022.
[16] Gandolina Melhem, Chris A Rees, Bruno F Sunguya, Mohsin Ali, Anura Kurpad, and Christopher P Duggan. As sociation of international editorial staff with published articles from low-and middle-income countries. JAMA Net work Open, 5(5):e2213269–e2213269, 2022.
[17] Mahdi Safdarian, Eugen Trinka, Vafa Rahimi-Movaghar, Aljoscha Thom schewski, Amirali Aali, Gdiom Ge breheat Abady, Semagn Mekonnen Abate, Foad Abd-Allah, Aidin Abedi, Denberu Eshetie Adane, et al. Global, regional, and national burden of spinal cord injury, 1990–2019: a systematic analysis for the global burden of disease study 2019. The Lancet Neurology, 22(11):1026–1047, 2023.