About Central Service
Sterile supply is a crucial component of all medical services. The journal Central Service aims to strengthen this prominent position. It has created a forum for all those who take an active role in everyday practice or research and development in this field. The well-balanced, reader-friendly content of the journal is composed of high-level scientific articles, reports from the field, recommendations of professional associations, relevant press items and news from the industry. In addition to promoting a multidisciplinary approach, Central Service facilitates international cooperation for a uniformly high standard in sterile supply by publishing all articles in both German and English.
From the very beginning, Central Service had served as the official publication of the European Society for Hospital Sterile Supply (ESH) and will in future be the publication of the newly founded International Federation of Sterile Supply (IFSS). Furthermore, upon its foundation in 1996, the German Society for Sterile Supply (DGSV) chose Central Service as its official journal.
In the last ten years, Central Service has become an integral part of national and international reference sources for questions concerning medical, technical and economic aspects of sterile supply. In this function it has greatly contributed to quality assurance in the prevention of nosocomial infections.
Language: English and German (bi-monthly); French (three issues per annum – February, July, November)
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Since 2008 Central Service has also been available as electronic E-Paper version. Subscriptions are possible to the print issue only, the online E-Paper issue only, or as a combined subscription to both. A free E-Paper version of back issues of Central Service is now available for subscribers to the print issue (starting from Volume 16, 2008). Please contact email@example.com to order your free E-Paper access code.
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