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Officially the Republic of Cyprus, it gained independence from the United Kingdom in and also became a member of the United Nations in that year [ 6 ]. Since the Turkish invasion in , the island has been divided into two parts; the northern part under Turkish occupation, which is not recognised internationally, and the southern Greek-Cypriot part [ 6 , 7 ].
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Therefore, this paper only covers the situation in the southern part of the island which is government controlled, including all provided statistics and universities adjusted to this extent [ 7 , 8 ]. The map of Cyprus is shown in Fig. The total health expenditure in Cyprus is below that of most other European Union Member States, at an average of 6. Private expenditures on the other hand, mainly consist of direct payments for private-sector healthcare services, some statutory co-payments, and premiums for private health insurance schemes, which are currently voluntary [ 11 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 23 ].
Thus, the system is regressive but is accepted because most Cypriots prefer to use the private sector [ 16 , 17 , 18 ]. There are 11 main government-funded public hospitals in Cyprus across the five districts, 25 medical centres covering remote areas, and 74 private hospitals [ 24 , 25 ].
The main challenges faced by the Cypriot health system include the increase in obesity, a high incidence of smoking and an unsatisfactory diet for many citizens [ 5 ], as well as the need to provide healthcare to immigrants and other at-risk populations such as conscripts and ethnic minorities [ 20 , 21 , 22 , 23 ]. However, the burden from CVDs declined from These changes need to be considered when the appropriateness of the Cypriot medical research portfolio is being evaluated.
Aim and study importance The aim of this research paper is to examine five main questions about biomedical research in Cyprus: Is Cyprus doing enough biomedical research relative to its wealth? Is its portfolio appropriately designed to address the main diseases in Cyprus?
Is the research emphasis attributed to the five NCDs appropriate to the burden affecting the Cypriot population? What is the research in terms of citations and international collaborations of Cypriot institutions? What impact is this research having on the Cypriot healthcare system and are there means to improve it?
We sought to examine the output of Cypriot research papers with particular focus on biomedical research and research on five NCDs, to highlight areas of prominence and to draw attention to research gaps.
We also sought to examine the research institutions and funding organisations involved and make recommendations on how Cypriot biomedical research could better serve the health of the country.
No study has previously been conducted to evaluate the biomedical research activities in Cyprus or to assess their impact on public health provision. Methods Research objectives We examined the impact of Cypriot research output in five ways. Firstly, biomedical research was assessed relative to other researchers from Europe and the rest of the world in comparison to GDP, funding and research organisations in Cyprus.
Secondly, the research was examined for the five NCDs in terms of research level and cross-country collaboration.
Thirdly, clinical guideline CG development efforts on the island were evaluated. Fourthly, medical research reported in newspaper stories and its impact on influencing public opinion was assessed.
The details of the papers were identified by means of special filters proprietary of Evaluametrics Ltd. Outputs were compared to the Cypriot disease burden, as provided by WHO data.
The performance of the leading Cypriot research institutions was determined based on citations from the WoS and on European clinical guidelines and newspaper stories. There is some overlap between the two, and so papers appearing only in the latter were marked.
The biomedical research papers were selected by means of a filter based on addresses and those on any of the five NCDs were selected by means of a set of filters based on specialist journal names and title words. Their bibliographic details were then downloaded from the WoS as a series of spreadsheets and processed by means of a special VBA programme. The data were then compiled in five Excel spreadsheets for analysis.
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From there, simply follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup process. The cut-off date is the first year for which full funding information is available on the WoS, only available from the Science Citation Index database, hence our analysis of NCDs funding was done for papers from onwards.