About This Publication:
Journal of Endourology
and Part B, Videourology
Co-Editors-in-Chief: Ralph V. Clayman and Arthur D. Smith
Executive Editor: John Denstedt
ISSN: 0892-7790 • Online ISSN: 1557-900X • 18 Issues Annually
Current Volume: 29
Latest Impact Factor* is 2.095
*2013 Journal Citation Reports® published by Thomson Reuters, 2014
Journal of Endourology and Part B, Videourology Podcast
Dr. Arthur Smith
Dr. Ralph Clayman
INTERVIEW: Drs. Arthur Smith
and Ralph Clayman, Co-Editors-in-Chief
of Journal of Endourology
Drs. Arthur Smith and Ralph Clayman founded Journal of Endourology in 1987, and continue in their role of Co-Editors-in-Chief today.
By virtue of a stringent peer review process, Journal of Endourology seeks to provide the urological community with leading edge, scientifically rigorous studies in minimally invasive and non-incisional urologic surgery. All aspects of endoscopic, laparoscopic, robotic, and image-guided procedures as they apply to benign and malignant diseases of the genitourinary tract are central to our mission.
Evidence-based endourologic education of the medical community will bring our patients high quality, patient-oriented care providing the most rapid return of their well being.
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In this interview conducted by Dr. Clayman, Dr. Smith shares the remarkable story of how he pioneered the field of videourology 30 years ago, what led to the launch of the journal Videourology™, and how this groundbreaking new resource will enhance physician education and improve patient outcomes.
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