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European Journal of Pain

Title Abbreviation
Eur J Pain
Electronic ISSN
Anesthesiologists, Critical Care Physicians, Dentists, Emergency Physicians, Neurologists, Neuroscientists, Oncologists, Orthopedic Surgeons, Orthopedists, Pain Specialists, Pharmacologists, Physiologists, Psychiatrists, Pulmonologists, Surgeons, Surgical Oncologists
European Journal of Pain (EJP) publishes clinical and basic science research papers relevant to all aspects of pain and its management, including specialties such as anaesthesia, dentistry, neurology and neurosurgery, orthopaedics, palliative care, pharmacology, physiology, psychiatry, psychology and rehabilitation; socio-economic aspects of pain are also covered. Regular sections in the journal are as follows: • Editorials and Commentaries • Position Papers and Guidelines • Reviews • Original Articles • Letters • Bookshelf. Research articles are published under the following subject headings: • Neurobiology • Neurology • Experimental Pharmacology • Clinical Pharmacology • Psychology • Behavioural Therapy • Epidemiology • Cancer Pain • Acute Pain • Clinical Trials.
Sponsoring Association(s)
European Pain Federation (EFIC)
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