Slovenska pediatrija is a blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical case reports in all areas of paediatrics and school medicine and areas of medicine and research closely related to them. Slovenska pediatrija has been published regularly since 1994 with four issues per year.

The journal seeks to publish high quality original articles, case reports and guidelines that are applicable to everyday practice and research articles that aim to expand the knowledge and recent advances in the field of health care in neonates, children and adolescents and closely related fields of medicine, research and epidemiology. Slovenska pediatrija also publishes letters to the editor with the purpose of giving the readers the opportunity to comment and have an input to the covered topics. Reports from expert meetings and regular meeting of the Extended expert council for the pediatric committee are also regularly published.

Although aimed primarily on Slovenian readers, the Journal strives to expand to other non-Slovenian speaking readers. Therefore most written contributions are published in Slovene, but contributions in English are also readily accepted.

The manuscript must be prepared according to the published instructions to the authors and sent electronically (word document) as an e-mail attachment to mihaela.jurcec@slovenskapediatrija.si and primoz.kotnik@slovenskapediatrija.si.

All submissions are in an anonymized version reviewed by two independent reviewers that provide a written opinion.

Slovenska pediatrija is an open-access journal; all published material is freely and immediately available to read, share, and adapt with the appropriate credit citation (CC-BY-NC 4.0 license). The journal is available on our website and abstracted by relevant services and bibliographical databases.

We charge no publication fee (APC) and no submission fee.

Copyright on any article is retained by the author(s). Authors grant the journal Slovenska pediatrija permission to publish the article and identify itself as the original publisher. Authors grant all third parties the right to use the article freely provided that its original authors and publication details are cited.

Slovenska pediatrija is indexed by Biomedicina Slovenica and COBISS.

First issue of Slovenska pediatrija in 2021 will soon be published

8 February 2021

Expected date of publication is early March


1st issue of Slovenian Pediatrics year 2020

6 April 2020

All articles are freely available (CC-BY-NC 4.0), registration is not required!

Dear readers of Slovenian Pediatrics,

the first issue of the new year has been published. We publish two review scientific articles and four interesting clinical cases. Depending on the topic, there are two articles in the field of endocrinology, and one each in the field of oncology / hematology, dermatology, gynecology and nephrology. All articles are freely available, registration is not required!

With the new year, all articles also have a doi (digital object identifier) tag, which permanently identifies the article on the World Wide Web. This represents the next step towards the recognition of our journal and additional motivation for authors to send an article for publication to Slovenian Pediatrics.


Free access to the full digital content of Slovenska pediatrija!!!

22 December 2016

In order for journal Slovenska pediatrija to be as accessible as possible to a wide audience of readers, we decided to enable free access to the full content to all! 


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LAST ISSUE: volume 28, 2021, no. 4



183-188   /   NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING IN PEDIATRIC ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA
Klementina Črepinšek ,  Maruša Debeljak ,  Janez Jazbec

189-199   /   TACHYCARDIAS IN NEONATES
Sandra Cerar ,  Miroslav Elek

200-206   /   CLINICAL CASE: TRANSIENT LEUKAEMIA (TRANSIENT ABNORMAL MYELOPOIESIS) IN A NEWBORN WITH DOWN SYNDROME
Vita Čas ,  Aneta Soltirovska Šalamon ,  Marko Kavčič

207-215   /   TREATMENT OF THE CHILD WITH A MEDICAL EMERGENCY
Ana Vrankar ,  Maja Primec ,  Nada Fujs ,  Kaja Podlogar ,  Janja Skubic ,  Boštjan Tomelj ,  Judita Kolenc ,  Ana Gianini ,  Anita Štih

216-222   /   THE ROLE OF THE NURSE IN DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES IN ALLERGOLOGY
Maja Čamernik ,  Dolores Pivk ,  Monika Tomazin ,  Mateja Hren

223-227   /   THE ROLE OF THE NURSE IN THE TREATMENT OF CHILDREN WITH NON-SUICIDAL SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR, AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER AND FEATURES OF THE APPLICATION OF THERAPY IN THE CHILD PSYCHIATRY DEPARTMENT
Metka Knez ,  Bojan Sladojević ,  Neža Oblak ,  Ana Gorenc ,  Aljaž Novak

228-231   /   HELPING THE CHILD IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM
Lara Šuštar Pennone