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Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, one year on

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posted on 28.05.2021, 02:14 by MJ Potter, Hylton MenzHylton Menz, AM Borthwick, Karl LandorfKarl Landorf
Journal of Foot and Ankle Research was launched one year ago, and a number of its key achievements are highlighted in this editorial. Although the journal is underpinned by professional bodies associated with the podiatry professions in the UK and Australasia, its content is aimed at the wider foot and ankle research community. Nevertheless, the journal's achievements over the past year reflect the development of research in the profession of podiatry. From this perspective, the journal may be viewed as contributing to the overall attainment of some of the profession's key goals and strategic aims over the last decade, across the UK and Australasia. The journal has also witnessed policy changes in the last year, and these are discussed - notably, the decision not to accept case reports for publication. We also report on a few of the key metrics, providing readers with a summary of the journal's performance over the last year. © 2009 Potter et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.

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Publication Date

11/11/2009

Journal

Journal of Foot and Ankle Research

Volume

2

Issue

1

Article Number

ARTN 31

Pagination

6p.

Publisher

BMC

ISSN

1757-1146

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