Digital object identifier is a unique number allocated to each research paper published by SFAO. DOI Directory is an exclusive scientific indexing and article identification service by International Association of Otorhinolaryngology. Scholarly articles related to Otorhinolaryngology. DOIs are in wide use mainly to identify academic and professional, information, such as journal articles, research reports and data sets, and official publications though they also have been used to identify other types of information resources, such as commercial videos.
Professionals, Doctors, academicians and medical practitioners can submit their unique articles to get their DOI Numbers. Universities, Institutions and professional associations along with Event organizers can create their profile to submit their unique and accepted articles for scientific indexing at DOI directory.
Academic Research Library is a library which contains an in-depth collection of materials on all fields of Otorhinolaryngology. Academic Research Library Consists of all the conference proceedings of SFAO Conferences, all the abstracts submitted in SFAO Conferences, all the research articles published in SFAO Journals, all the research articles published through SFAO.
A research library will generally include primary sources as well as secondary sources. Large university libraries are considered as research libraries, and often contain many specialized sub branch research libraries. Academic Research Library is an exclusive Digital Library for searching the Research Paper and Journals in the field of Otorhinolaryngology. Academic Research Library of SFAO is one of our resources for scholarly journals, publications, transactions, proceedings and other sources. By covering more subject areas than other resources, It is ideal for serving diverse needs, from the one-time user to the interdisciplinary needs of serious professionals.
Research Library provides access to a wide range of the core academic titles, from Otorhinolaryngology. The database expands daily and currently includes more than 5,000 titles, 70% of which are available in full text.
Subject areas covered include: Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery, Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, Rhinology and Sinus Surgery, Laryngology and Voice Disorders and Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology.