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Rheumatology Advances in Practice


Title Abbreviation
Rheumatol Adv Pract
Electronic ISSN
2514-1775
Readership
Academics, Biomedical Researchers, Clinicians, Epidemiologists, Health Scientists, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Physiologists, Researchers, Rheumatologists
Scope
Rheumatology Advances in Practice (Rheumap) is an official journal of the British Society for Rheumatology, published by Oxford University Press. Rheumap provides a global forum for the publication of clinical papers on all areas of rheumatology and musculoskeletal practice, and is fully Open Access. The journal is an essential resource on therapy, imaging, education, qualitative research, health economics, rare rheumatic diseases, and translational science. We welcome papers from all healthcare professionals. We publish original articles, reviews, editorials, guidelines, concise reports, meta-analyses, atlas articles, original case reports, clinical vignettes, letters and matters arising from published material.
Sponsoring Association(s)
British Society for Rheumatology (BSR)
Publisher Name
Oxford University Press
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