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Global Spine Journal

Title Abbreviation
Global Spine J
Electronic ISSN
Epidemiologists, Neurologists, Orthopedic Surgeons, Orthopedists, Researchers, Scientists, Scientists - Research/Biomedical Aging, Spinal Cord Lesions/Research, Surgeons
GSJ is devoted to the study and treatment of spinal disorders, including diagnosis, operative and non-operative treatment options, surgical techniques, and emerging research and clinical developments. GSJ is essential reading for all researchers and clinicians specializing in the spine. With a multi-disciplinary scope, GSJ features original research, reviews, commentaries, editorials, and technical reports in all spine fields. The journal promotes communication among spine surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, and neurosurgeons across the globe by providing an integrated and balanced view of the clinical and basic science studies of spinal disorders. EBSJ is dedicated to finding, describing and developing the highest quality evidence for treating and managing spinal disorders. EBSJ focuses on comparative studies of effectiveness and seeks to stimulate further areas of high quality spine-related research. EBSJ sets the stage for evidence-based practice and will influence the future of spine surgery for years to come.
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Publisher Name
SAGE Publications - UK
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