Tag: Open Access

EVIDENCE: First Issue Published – v1n1

The first issue of the Journal of Evidence-based Healthcare (EVIDENCE) has just been published and is available for download free of any charge. Call for Papers – If you have unpublished papers which you would like to have peer reviewed and considered for publication in our journal, you maysubmit them at our website free of any charge. Evidence accepts manuscripts resulting ...

Top 10 – May 2019

These are the most accessed articles in May 2019. 1. Obstetric violence: painful experiences among Brazilian laboring women Luciana Pereira Barboza, Alessivânia Mota 2. Nursing assistance in puerperio Gabriella Farias Gomes, Ana Paula Vidal dos Santos 3. Parent’s comprehension about the importance of childhood vaccination Catrine de Jesus Sousa, Zaira de Lima Vigo, Cátia Suely ...

RPF/JPR (physiotherapy): New Issue Published – v9n2

The latest issue of the Journal of Physiotherapy Research – JPR (Revista Pesquisa em Fisioterapia – RPF) has just been published and is available for download free of any charge. Call for Papers – If you have unpublished papers which you would like to have peer reviewed and considered for publication in our journal, you may submit them at our website ...

REC/JCN (nursing): New Issue Published – v8n1

The latest issue of the Journal of Contemporary Nursing – JCN (Revista Enfermagem Contemporânea – REC) has just been published and is available for download free of any charge. Call for Papers – If you have unpublished papers which you would like to have peer reviewed and considered for publication in our journal, you may submit them at our website free of ...

Human movement and rehabilitation research, but now with films

Cristiane Maria Carvalho Costa Dias (JPR Editor-in-chief) Katia Nunes Sá (JPR Editor-in-chief) João de Deus Barreto Segundo (JPR Executive Editor) Because, yeah!, why not? Since the mission of the Journal of Physiotherapy Research is to foster physiotherapy both as a profession and as a science domain of evidence based research, why describe movement when you ...