The Journal of Orthopaedic Translation (JOT) is the official peer-reviewed, open access journal of the Chinese Speaking Orthopaedic Society (CSOS) and the International Chinese Musculoskeletal Research Society (ICMRS). It is published quarterly, in January, April, July and October, by Elsevier on behalf of CSOS and ICMRS.

 

The Journal focuses on the rapidly growing field of orthopaedic translational research. While there are a number of high quality orthopaedic journals, none are solely dedicated to the field of orthopaedic translational research. The importance of translational research is quickly being recognized by all spectrums of the scientific community, from clinicians to basic science researchers. To truly improve the health of people, scientific research on the cellular and molecular level must be utilized and applied appropriately in the clinical setting. A journal that is purely dedicated to the art of translational research is a monumental step in the advancement of musculoskeletal care by bringing cutting edge knowledge to the forefront and allowing pioneers of orthopaedic translation to exchange and mutually enhance expertise. JOT aims to be that linking factor and welcomes high quality manuscripts that will advance the field of orthopaedic translation.

 

JOT is devoted to research and issues of strong interest in translational medicine on musculoskeletal and related themes. Material that are considered include any original research findings, discussions or analyses that will move the field closer to the goal of improving musculoskeletal health, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders or injuries. Multidisciplinary approaches are particularly encouraged. We accept original research papers, review articles, editorials, perspectives, case reports and letters to the Editor.

 

The main goal of JOT is to publish papers that identify and fill scientific knowledge gaps at the junction of basic research and clinical application (from bench to bedside) or community application (from bench to community). In this vein, original research should report significant progress toward the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and serve as templates for future exploration and investments in translational orthopaedics.

 

Original papers are categorized into the following topics:

  • Animal models

  • Biomaterials

  • Biophysical stimulation

  • Clinical trials

  • Diagnostics

  • Health promotion

  • Industries and markets

  • Medical devices and implants

  • Nutrition and drugs

  • Regenerative medicine

  • Regulations and policies

  • Rehabilitation

 

Indexed in: Science Citation Index Expanded, PubMed Central, EMBASE in OVID, ScienceDirect, Scopus, Google Scholar, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

骨科轉化期刊(JOT)是華裔骨科學會(CSOS)與國際華人骨研學會(ICMRS)官方同行審閱及公開可得的期刊。期刊由愛思唯爾(Elsevier)代表CSOS及ICMRS每季出版,即於1月、4月、7月及10月出版。

 

期刊集中於骨科轉化研究的急速發展領域。雖然高質素骨科期刊為數不少,但並無單一專門為骨科轉化研究的領域。轉化研究的重要性很快獲得科學界各個領域由臨床醫生以至基本科研人員的認可。為真正改善人類健康,必須在臨床環境中適當利用及應用細胞與分子水平的科學研究。完全專注於轉化研究技術的期刊是提升肌肉骨骼護理的一大步,透過將尖端知識帶給前線並允許骨科轉化先驅作交流及共同提升專業知識。JOT旨在作為連繫因素,歡迎有助推動骨科轉化領域的優質稿件。

 

JOT致力於密切關注肌肉骨骼及相關主題的轉化醫學研究及事宜。所考慮的材料包括任何有助領域達致改善肌肉骨骼健康、診斷、預防及治療肌肉骨骼疾病或損傷的原創研究成果、討論或分析。尤其鼓勵跨學科方法。我們接受原創研究論文、評論文章、社評、觀點、個案報告以及致編輯的信。

 

JOT的主要目標是發表論文,在基礎研究及臨床應用(從實驗室研究到臨床治療)或社區應用(從實驗室研究到社區應用)交匯點識別並填補科學知識上的差距。有鑑於此,原創研究應報告預防、診斷及治療肌肉骨骼疾病的重大進展,並作為轉化骨科未來探索及投資的範本。

 

原創論文分類為以下專題:

  • 動物模型

  • 生物材料

  • 生物物理學刺激

  • 臨床試驗

  • 診斷 

  • 健康推廣

  • 行業及市場

  • 醫療器材及植入物

  • 營養及藥物

  • 再生醫學

  • 法規及政策

  • 復康

 

索引:Science Citation Index Expanded, PubMed Central, OVID內的EMBASE、ScienceDirect、Scopus、Google學術搜尋、公開取用期刊指南(Directory of Open Access Journals,DOAJ)

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