Index Copernicus Evaluation Result Released: PSM Journals

We are pleased to announce that Index Copernicus (a leading indexing organization from Poland) recently indexed following PSM journals for IC Journal Master List.

PSM Biological Research : ICV 2018 = 74.08

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PSM Veterinary Research : ICV 2018 = 72.51   

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PSM Microbiology : ICV 2018 = 74.91     

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Index Copernicus International is an international, specialized platform for promoting scientific achievements, as well as supporting national and international collaboration between scientists, publishers of scientific journals and scientific entities. The journals registered in this database underwent rigorous, multidimensional parameterization, proving high quality.


We congratulate all peer reviewers and editors for this success. We are extremely thankful to our peer reviewers and editors for their kind contributions to the success of the journals.

Commercial use of papers published under the Open Access model (CC-BY-NC)

Under the terms of the Creative Commons attribution-noncommercial license any re-use of published articles or papers published under a CC-BY-NC copyright license from any PSM journal/book for commercial advantage or private monetary gain of the user and/or their employing institution is prohibited.

Commercial use: No CC-BY-NC articles from the PSM website may be reproduced, in any media or format, or linked to for any commercial purpose (eg. product support, etc) without the prior written consent of PSM and payment to PSM of an appropriate fee.

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Set up Abbreviated Journal Titles in EndNote

PSM Journals require journal titles to be abbreviated. EndNote Library Style for bibliography can be downloaded here.

EndNote comes with term lists for abbreviated journal names, but you need to activate it for your library. Have you done this?

If not, do the following:

  • Open the EndNote Library
  • Go to EndNote Preferences under Edit and choose Term List
  • Uncheck the bottom two boxes

 Then go to

Tools –> Open Term lists –> Journals Term list

If the number of journal terms in the list is less than several 1000, you have not imported the term list.

Click on one of the journal names and click Ctrl A (Highlight everything) –> Delete Term (Nothing is deleted in your library)

Click on the “List” tab and click on “Journals” to get it highlighted.

Import list –> Choose the file “Medical” –> Open file *

You will now get a message telling you that 13.000+ terms are imported. Close widows.

If you use a style that is programmed to use standard abbreviations, EndNote will now pick these from the term list.

* If the correct folder with the medical.txt file doesn’t open directly, you will find this file in Programs –> EndNoteX7 –> Term lists.

The same way you can import other lists.

Adding new abbreviations

You can add new abbreviations for journals not appearing in the original terms list. Go to Tools > Open Terms Lists > Journal Terms List.

  • Find the full journal title and click the “Edit Term” button; or,

If the journal title is not in the terms list, click the “New Term” button, and then enter the full journal title and the abbreviation.