ISSN 2307-2113
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Founded in 1993 by José Antonio López Espinosa, BA, Revista Cubana de Información en Ciencias de la Salud, the Cuban Journal for Health Information and Communication Professionals, is published with the purpose of meeting the publication and consultation needs of the country's information and communication students and professionals - librarians, information specialists, bibliographers, archivists, translators, editors and journalists - particularly those involved in health services, as well as fostering the exchange of experiences between health care specialists from Ibero-America and the rest of the world, by providing a channel of communication of high regional and international visibility.
The Journal has had a quarterly frequency since 2010, and intends to become a leading publication in the field of information sciences in Ibero-America.


Indexed at, Documents in Information Science (DoIS), Índice Mexicano de Revistas Biomédicas Latinoamericanas (Imbiomed), Free Medical, E-prints in Library and Information Science (E-LIS), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Latindex, InfoDoctor, CoOL-Datenbank der UB Braunschweig, e-medicum, Meditune, Universidad de Salamanca,, John Hay Whitney Medical Library, Intermedicina,, Universidad de León, University of California Santa Barbara Library, RCIHweb, Wamsford Surgery, Universidad Federal de Santa Carina, Biblioteca Argentina de Bibliotecología, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, University of Campinas, University of Wales College of Medicine, Red de Extensión Académica de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia and Bibliothek der Georg-Simon-Ohm-Fachhochschule Nürnberg: Verfügbare Zeitschriften. Biblioteca Nacional José Martí, Instituto de Documentación Científica y Tecnológica, Fundación Ciencias de la Documentación, WikiLearning,, Hinari, Al Día, Colegio de Bibliotecarios de Chile and Dialnet.



Infomed, National Medical Sciences Information Center. Infomed is a non-profit organization aimed at collectively building up an ecosystem of individuals and institutions, as well as products, services and information sources providing timely and efficient access to useful and reliable health information, thus deploying the creative skills of network members as providers of information and knowledge, in order to achieve the health goals of our country and other peoples worldwide.

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