Publications by authors named "Francisco Jesús Bueno Cañigral"

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Financed research from Government Delegation grants for the National Plan on Drugs: research assessment and scientific impact.

Adicciones 2021 Mar 11;0(0):1550. Epub 2021 Mar 11.

CSIC-Universitat de València. CSIC-Universitat Politècnica de València.

Addictive disorders are a serious health problem to which large amounts of research resources are devoted. This study aims to analyze the evolution and scientific impact of the publications derived from the funding of research projects by the Spanish National Plan on Drugs (PNSD). The list of grants awarded was provided by the PNSD. Derived publications were obtained by asking the principal investigators of the grants and searching in the Web of Science and Scopus. Bibliometric indicators and evolutive trends of scientific production per project were calculated. On average, the PNSD conferred 15 annual grants to research projects, with an annual amount close to one million euros (€944,200.64) and an average amount per grant of just over €60,000, being higher in basic research and in alcohol. 71,9% of the grants had derived publications and almost half of them produced between one and three publications, with basic research being the most prolific. The international journal in which most articles were published was Psychopharmacology (50) and among Spanish journals, Adicciones stood out (28). A high level of co-authorship and international collaboration was identified. Most of the PNSD-funded projects produced research articles, many of them in journals belonging to the first and second quartiles of the Journal Citation Reports. The results of this study have revealed the scientific impact of the PNSD research projects funding and may contribute to determining future funding priorities.
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March 2021

The most 100 cited papers in addiction research on cannabis, heroin, cocaine and psychostimulants. A bibliometric cross-sectional analysis.

Drug Alcohol Depend 2021 Apr 15;221:108616. Epub 2021 Feb 15.

Research Unit of Social and Health Information, UISYS Group, Universitat de València, Valencia, Spain; Ingenio (CSIC-Universitat Politècnica de València), Valencia, Spain. Electronic address:

The number of citations a peer-reviewed article receives is often used as a measure of its importance and scientific impact. This paper identifies, describes and categorizes the highly cited papers in addiction research on cannabis, heroin, cocaine and psychostimulants. Highly cited papers were identified in the Web of Science Core Collection database. Several bibliometric indicators were calculated. Social network analysis was applied to draw groups of authors and institutions with the greatest number of collaborations and co-words. The number of citations for the top 100 cited articles ranged from 649 to 4,672. The articles were published in 40 journals. The subject category Substance Abuse included 10 papers. The United States was the most productive country (79 papers), followed by the United Kingdom (9). The main funding institutions were the National Institutes of Health in the United States. The network of collaboration between authors distributes the 352 researchers into 53 groups. The three most cited works address the neural basis of drug craving as an incentive-sensitization theory of addiction, the clinical and research uses of the Addiction Severity Index, and the neurocircuitry of addiction. Scientific literature on addictions is widely dispersed both in multidisciplinary and specific journals of neurology, psychiatry and addictions, with relatively few publications providing most of the citations. An ongoing challenge for this field is the concentration of highly cited papers coming from a select number of countries, with the United States being the research hub of the world, with the highest volume of publications and total citations.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2021.108616DOI Listing
April 2021

Bibliometric and academic network analysis of Spanish theses on drug dependence in the TESEO database.

Adicciones 2019 Sep 1;31(4):309-323. Epub 2019 Sep 1.

Departament de Sociologia i Antropologia Social. Universitat de València; UISYS, Unidad Mixta de Investigación, CSIC, Universitat de València, Valencia.

The present study aims to reveal the structure of positions in the field of addiction through the analysis of doctoral theses read in Spain. The source consulted for the selection of the theses was TESEO. Searching for the keywords drug abuse, alcoholism, drug effects and drug addiction treatment during the period 1976-2017 produced 728 theses. The most productive period is 2013-2017, with 208 (28.6%) doctoral theses. The overall rate of publication is increasing, but in the period 2003-2007 output decreased significantly to 5.2% of the total. The university contributing the most theses is the University of Valencia. The academic who has supervised the most theses is Alfonso Velasco Martín, and Emilio Ambrosio Flores is the researcher who has participated most on examining committees. The analysis of the participants in the doctoral thesis process shows a gradual increase of women in authorship, in thesis supervision and as examiners. In terms of subject, the most frequently treated aspects are those related to psychology, pharmacology and medical sciences.The analysis of doctoral theses on substance abuse provides an overview of the structure and the most influential participants in this area. Increasing public concern and the creation of specific groups and research units are reflected in the growth of scientific output.
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September 2019

An analysis of abstracts presented to the college on problems of drug dependence meeting and subsequent publication in peer review journals.

Subst Abuse Treat Prev Policy 2009 Nov 4;4:19. Epub 2009 Nov 4.

Instituto de Historia de la Ciencia y Documentación López Piñero, Universitat de Valencia-CSIC, Valencia, Spain.

Background: Subsequent publication rate of abstracts presented at meetings is seen as an indicator of the interest and quality of the meeting. We have analyzed characteristics and rate publication in peer-reviewed journals derived from oral communications and posters presented at the 1999 College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) meeting.

Methods: All 689 abstracts presented at the 1999 CPDD meeting were reviewed. In order to find the existence of publications derived from abstracts presented at that meeting, a set of bibliographical searches in the database Medline was developed in July 2006. Information was gathered concerning the abstracts, articles and journals in which they were published.

Results: 254 out of 689 abstracts (36.9%) gave rise to at least one publication. The oral communications had a greater likelihood of being published than did the posters (OR = 2.53, 95% CI 1.80-3.55). The average time lapse to publication of an article was 672.97 days. The number of authors per work in the subsequent publications was 4.55. The articles were published in a total of 84 journals, of which eight were indexed with the subject term Substance-Related Disorders. Psychopharmacology (37 articles, 14.5%) was the journal that published the greatest number of articles subsequent to the abstracts presented at the 1999 CPDD meeting.

Conclusion: One out of every three abstracts presented to the 1999 CPDD meeting were later published in peer-reviewed journals indexed in Medline. The subsequent publication of the abstracts presented in the CPDD meetings should be actively encouraged, as this maximizes the dissemination of the scientific research and therefore the investment.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1747-597X-4-19DOI Listing
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2777136PMC
November 2009