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2020 Citation analysis of the highest-cited articles on developmental dysplasia of the hip. DDH, WoS
2019 Citation metrics of excellence in sports biomechanics research. ---
2019 Predictors of Citations in Neurosurgical Research. WoS
2019 Twitter Activity Is Associated With a Higher Research Citation Index for Academic Thoracic Surgeons. h-index, RG
2017 Normalizing Google Scholar data for use in research evaluation. WoS
2017 Using Google Scholar institutional level data to evaluate the quality of university research. REF
2016 Comparing the coverage, recall, and precision of searches for 120 systematic reviews in Embase, MEDLINE, and Google Scholar: a prospective study. SR
2016 Identifying evidence for public health guidance: a comparison of citation searching with Web of Science and Google Scholar. NNR, WoS
2016 Plenary presentations and public citations from The American Association for Thoracic Surgery. AATS, JTCVS, WoS
10  2016 Systematic review on the conservation genetics of African savannah elephants. WoS
11  2015 Bibliometrics of NIHR HTA monographs and their related journal articles. HTA, NIHR, WoS
12  2015 The Role of Google Scholar in Evidence Reviews and Its Applicability to Grey Literature Searching. ---
13  2014 The h-index in medical education: an analysis of medical education journal editorial boards. IQR, WoS
14  2013 Citation Analysis of Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences in ISI Web of Knowledge, Scopus, and Google Scholar. IJBMS, SC
15  2013 Google Scholar is not enough to be used alone for systematic reviews. SR
16  2013 H-indices of Academic Pediatricians of Mashhad University of Medical Sciences. WoS
17  2013 Is the coverage of Google Scholar enough to be used alone for systematic reviews. ---
18  2013 The comparative recall of Google Scholar versus PubMed in identical searches for biomedical systematic reviews: a review of searches used in systematic reviews. SR