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Sleep health approved for indexing in MEDLINE

Published:April 25, 2017DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sleh.2017.04.002
      On behalf of the National Sleep Foundation and the Sleep Health Editorial Board, I am delighted to inform our authors, reviewers, and readers that Sleep Health: Journal of the National Sleep Foundation was approved for indexing in MEDLINE®. All of our articles will be readily accessible through MEDLINE search engines. This will facilitate the dissemination of the public health and policy-oriented sleep health research that we are publishing, which will then lead to the Journal's increased citation and desirability as a “go to” publishing venue for future sleep health research. We could not have accomplished this without our interdisciplinary Editorial Board and the hard work of all our authors and reviewers. We continue to welcome your participation in the Journal as we grow.
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