Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine

Journal Abbreviation: DIVING HYPERB MED
Journal ISSN: 1833-3516

About Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine

    The main aim of the Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine Division is to improve the operational capability of Royal Navy Diving by promoting good health and safety and maximising the effectiveness of personnel. Since the Royal Navy is the lead Service for all military diving, the Division has an equivalent aim for Army Diving and for tri-Service military adventurous training diving. <br/><br/>To meet these aims the Division acts as the final authority in the assessment of medical fitness for all types of Service diving. It also acts as medical advisor to the Superintendent of Diving on the development of safe diving policy for the Military Diving Safety Management System.
Year Bioxbio Journal Impact* IF Total Articles Total Cites
2018/2019 - 1.145 31 327
2017 - 1.197 35 307
2016 - 1.200 34 243
2015 - 0.952 38 194
2014 - 0.683 32 149
2013 - 0.607 31 114
2012 - 0.660 29 93
2011 - 0.686 27 75
2010 - 0.356 23 40