The roots of scientific publications were laid back in 1665, when Henry Oldenburg of the British Royal Society and his colleagues founded the first periodical – «Philosophical Transactions» of the Royal Society. The «Philosophical Transactions» of the Royal Society contributed to the development of the entire scientific community, facilitating communication between researchers and overcoming their isolation.

Currently, scientific work can reach a larger audience and contribute to the betterment of society in a more systematic way. Now scientists have the opportunity to draw on each other's work and to promote research work in the context of cooperation and openness.
The quality of publications is an important factor in the evaluation of research results and can be an indicator of the effectiveness of all scientific work of research groups.
Based on these provisions, Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care NMAPE named P.L. Shupyk constantly striving for broader and effective reporting of their research.
Since the beginning of 2019, the staff of the department has published about 40 printed works in various medical journals, including 19 of them - in foreign journals.
The quality of the department's scientific research is reflected in the number of reports at the ESA Congress in 2019, where 7 reports were presented on various topics of anesthesiology and intensive care and publication in SCOPUS-related journals, in which published 4 articles from the beginning of the year.
One of the recent achievements of the department was the successful presentation of research results at the 29th Congress of the World Society of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons (September 2019, Sofia), where 2 reports were presented.
In the future, the department plans to expand the number of publications of its staff  in journals indexed in international scientific databases Scopus and / or Web of Science.