Health care of Kyrgyzstan
Zdravoohraneniye Kyrgyzstana

ISSN 1694-8068 (Print)

ISSN 1694-805X (Online)

Journal "Healthcare of Kyrgyzstan" of the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic. This First medical periodical "Soviet Healthcare of Kyrgyzstan" was approved in 1938 by the executive editor Abuzyarov Ismail Khasyanovich (Kyrgyz statesman, acting chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Kirghiz SSR).

In 1974, it was renamed the scientific and practical journal "Healthcare of Kirghizia" and in 1993 - "Healthcare of Kyrgyzstan". The history of the scientific and practical journal “Healthcare of Kyrgyzstan” is the result of the work of a large team of researchers and practitioners in the field of scientific knowledge, captured on its pages. The journal most fully reflects the scientific, clinical, organizational and pedagogical activities in the field of domestic medicine. The journal is devoted to numerous aspects of interaction and promotion reflecting scientific views, results and achievements of research. The following issues are discussed in most detail:

The editorial board and the editorial council of the journal include prominent figures in practical healthcare - Kyrgyz, Russian, Kazakh scientists, specialists in epidemiology, pulmonology, traumatology, hygienists, microbiologists, virologists and prominent scientists of the republic, as well as 9 foreign specialists. Among them are 2 full members of the National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic and 1 of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 1 corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic, 2 members of the Russian Academy of Natural History, 22 professors. All articles, reviews and lectures published in the journal are subject to mandatory review by members of the editorial board. The traditional sections of the journal are: original articles, clinical medicine, lectures, reviews, short communications, case studies.

The journal "Healthcare of Kyrgyzstan" was registered with the Ministry of Justice of the Kyrgyz Republic, State Registration Certificate No. 170624-3301-U-e dated December 21, 2017. In 2021, the journal was re-registered by the Ministry of Justice of the Kyrgyz Republic (Registration Certificate No. 170624-3301-U-e dated September 14, 2021). Date of initial mass medium registration No. 885 dated February 25, 1993, Certificate of re-registration in the Ministry of Justice of the Kyrgyz Republic No. 885 dated November 6, 2003. Re-registration of the mass medium No. 885 of June 14, 2018, founder of the mass medium, Institution the Editorial office of the scientific and practical journal "Healthcare of Kyrgyzstan" (Certificate of mass medium re-registration No. 885 dated June 14, 2018).

International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) of the journal –1694-8068. The electronic number (ISSN) of the journal is 1694-805X.

The journal is quarterly (4 issues per year), the volume of the journal is 12-14 conditional printed sheets (96-112 A4 pages). Since 2016, subscription to the journal has been open throughout the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic and in the CIS countries: the subscription index in the catalog "Kyrgyz pochtasy" is 77316.

The journal “Healthcare of Kyrgyzstan” fully complies with the criteria of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Kyrgyz Republic for scientific journals, and since 2018, November 1, it has been included in the “List of peer-reviewed scientific periodicals for publishing scientific results of dissertations”, in which the main scientific results of dissertations for a scientific degree of doctor and candidate of sciences should be published. On December 29, 2020, No. 142 to the resolution of the Presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Kyrgyz Republic, the journal was included in the current updated list of peer-reviewed scientific publications.

At the moment, according to the analysis of the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI), the five-year impact factor for the journal Healthcare of Kyrgyzstan was 0.136, and the two-year impact factor was 0.108, with a self-citation index of 3%.