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European Journal of Physiotherapy


Title Abbreviation
Eur J Physiother
ISSN
2167-9169
Electronic ISSN
2167-9177
Readership
Physiatrists, Physiotherapists, Rehabilitation Therapists
Scope
The European Journal of Physiotherapy is an international journal covering all aspects of physiotherapy with special focus on: •Physiotherapy in lifestyle-related health problems • Functioning, activity and participation • Behavioral medicine in physiotherapy • Disability and health in areas of pain • Physical activity in health promotion and rehabilitation. The aims are: Evaluating and criticizing interventions and methods used in health promotion, lifestyle change, rehabilitation, pain related conditions, and physical activity research; Analyzing and debating research focused on topics in functioning, activity and participation Contrasting different research perspectives on essential phenomena and questioning traditional paradigms in the special focus areas; Challenging and developing theoretical models in behavioral medicine in physiotherapy and physical activity research; Discussing educational and professional issues of physiotherapy in broad perspective Improving implementation of research findings into clinical physiotherapy practice.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - UK
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