Editor-in-Chief: Tim Lane
Chairman of the Editorial Board:
Editorial Board members: Bruce Campbell, Fares Haddad, Maurice Hawthorne, Peter Kay, Jyoti Shah, Frank Smith, David Warwick, Matt Wilson
Copy-editor: Tara Nikovskis
Annals Manager: Matthew Whitaker
Readership: consultant surgeons and surgical trainees in the various surgical specialties
Impact factor for 2013: 1.223
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The Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England is the official journal of the College and is published eight times a year in January, March, April, May, July, September, October and November.
The main aim of the journal is to publish high-quality, peer-reviewed papers that relate to all branches of surgery. The Annals also includes letters and comments, a regular technical section, NICE news, controversial topics, CORESS feedback, book reviews and the best trainee presentations from England and Wales. The editorial board is composed of experts from all the surgical specialties.
The Annals is essential reading for professionals in all branches of surgery. An independently conducted survey of surgeons in the UK, published in 2006, showed that the Annals was the second-most read journal across all the surgical specialties. Over 60% of surgeons surveyed indicated that they read the Annals regularly.
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