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DE GRANDA-ORIVE, J.I. et al. Biomedical research financing model evolution on spanish authors smoking scientific publications (2008 - 2012). Sanid. Mil. [online]. 2016, vol.72, n.1, pp.25-32. ISSN 1887-8571.

The aim was to analyze the funding for Spanish author's excellence original articles in Smoking during the years 2008-2012, using the Web of Science. Method: The bibliographic search was conducted in SCI-E and SSCI platform [Web of Science (Thomson Reuters)] in November of 2013 (period 2008-2012, for original articles and reviews). The search strategy used was "smok *" OR "tobac *". Articles having an h index of the complete sample strategy were selected (number of articles that had at least that number of citations). Results: Of the 65 total records 60 received funding, with 183 different funding institutions. We found a decreased of the Public Funding (66,2% in 2008 vs 43,4% in 2012), but Private Funding (16,9% in 2008 vs 30,2% in 2012) and Scientific Societies and University Funding (16,9% in 2008 vs 26,4% in 2012) increased (p = 0.001). The average number of documents was significantly higher in the geographical area of the European Union (EU, 13 ± 4) against the US (5 ± 1) and the Asia Pacific Forum (5 ± 3) (p <0.001). Normalizing for years find that the EU received a higher number of citations (138 ± 62; p=0,024). Conclusions: Majority external funding, with reduced public funding and increased private. Predominance of EU countries and the US to form a cohesive network of collaboration.

Palavras-chave : Smoking; Research Financing; Support of Research; Economics; Social Networking.

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