Chinese Journal of Rehabilitation Theory and Practice
is an academic journal sponsored by China Association of Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons, Chinese Medical Doctor Association, and China Rehabilitation Research Center. The journal is published monthly, ISSN 1006-9771, CN 11-3759/R, 124 pages per issue. Postal code 82-35, oversea distribution code M-6607.
Awards and Indexing
China Elite Science and Technology Journals
Excellent Journal of Chinese Medical Doctor Association
China Science and Technology Paper Statistical Source Journal (Key Magazine of China Technology)
Chinese Core Journals Catalogue
Chinese Science Citation Database
WHO - Western Pacific Region Index Medicus (WPRIM)
China Academic Journal Comprehensive Evaluation Database Statistical Source Journals
Chinese High Impact Journal
Chinese Academic Journal Abstracts
Wanfang Data Resource System
Full Text of Chinese Academic Journal (CD Edition)
CBM and CMCC indexed journal
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Aim and Scope
The journal mainly reports on new theories, technologies, and methods in the field of rehabilitation. The aim of journal is to combine theory with practice, promoting basic and advanced research, advocating debate, promoting comprehensive rehabilitation, reporting significant progress in rehabilitation medicine and relevant fields, promoting academic exchange, and continuously increasing community rehabilitation content.
Each issue has a special topic. For papers supported by scientific research projects at national, provincial and ministerial level, or meeting the scope of the special topics, the manuscripts will be processed in fast-track. At the same time, the journal also publishes clinical and community manuscripts.
Main columns: Special Topics, Basic Research, Review, Clinical Research, Clinical Observation, Rehabilitation Evaluation, Rehabilitation Engineering, Assistive Technology, Community Rehabilitation, Social Rehabilitation, Psychological Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Nursing, Rehabilitation Management, Rehabilitation Education, Occupational Rehabilitation, Speech Rehabilitation, Art and Sports Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Technology, Traditional Medical Rehabilitation, Experience Exchange, Case Report, Case Discussion, Standards and Norms, Disability Investigation and Statistics, Etc.
Target readers are professionals engaged in rehabilitation research, clinical practice and education, covering clinical physicians, researchers and students in colleges who are closely related to this field.
Tel: 010-87020374; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the website for submission and reading archived articles.
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