9.1 Publications

The HENRY DUNANT hospital (HENRY DUNANT), the Alfa Institute of Biomedical Sciences (AIBS) and the HYGEIA Group (Hygeia) stand out in this category –in terms of their publication output–. However, their number of publications leveled off in 2010, amounting to 67, 44 and 33 respectively (Figure 9.1.1). There were fewer publications from the IASO Group (12), the Ηellenic Cooperative Oncology Group (10) and St. Luke's Hospital (8).

 

Figure 9.1.1

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Figure 9.1.2 presents the number of publications and its rate of change for each Private Health Institution from 1996 to 2010.

  

Figure 9.1.2

Rate of change: 1+(number of publications in year "n" - number of publications in year "n-1" ) / number of publications in year "n-1". The rate is 1, if the number of publications is the same across the years compared.

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Figure 9.1.3 presents the scientific output and each institution's share of publications in the category “Private Health Institutions” for the period 2006-2010. The HENRY DUNANT hospital (HENRY DUNANT) ranked first with 385 publications and a share of 27.6%. The Alfa Institute of Biomedical Sciences (AIBS) followed with 329 publications and a share of 23.6%. The HYGEIA Group (Hygeia) had 209 publications and a share of 15%. The share of other institutions accounted for less than 5% of the publications in this Category.

  

Figure 9.1.3

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The rate of change in the publications of St. Luke’s Hospital (St. Luke) and the Hellenic Cooperative Oncology Group (HeCOG) exceeded that of the “Private Health Institutions” Category. It should be noted, though, that the actual number of publications for these hospitals was rather low.

 

Figure 9.1.4

Rate of change: 1+(number of publications in year "2010" - number of publications in year " 2006") / number of publications in year "2006". The rate is 1, if the number of publications is the same across the years compared.

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