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Pediatrics® is the official flagship journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and most-cited journal in pediatric medicine.* Pediatrics provides the authoritative information you need to stay current with original, peer-reviewed research and evidence-based articles; conduct new research studies; further augment education and training activities; and enhance pediatric outpatient or inpatient care.
2023 Journal Impact Factor
8.0 Impact Factor (IF) Score
90,117 Total Accumulative Citations
#1 Most-Cited journal in pediatrics and #115 out of 21,522 worldwide journals in ALL of Science and Medicine as the most-cited journal. (Note: Comparatively, JAMA Pediatrics ranks #1,174)
*Source: 2023 Clarivate Journal Citation Report
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Lewis R. First, MD, FAAP
Vermont Children's Hospital at Fletcher Allen Health Care
University of Vermont College of Medicine and Chief of Pediatrics
Alex R. Kemper, MD, FAAP
Duke University School of Medicine
Duke University Medical Center
Duke Regional Hospital
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