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British Institute of Radiology Journals

Publisher: British Institute of Radiology

Joined: 2013

Type: Online journals

Content Overview

Access to British Journal of Radiology (BJR), BJR/case reports and Dentomaxillofacial Radiology (DMFR)

Title Listing

Open Access Content

The British Institute of Radiology Open Access Policy: BIR Open 

BJR/case reports, an open access, online on case reports journal.

Subject Strengths

BJR:

  • diagnostic radiology
  • radiotherapy
  • oncology
  • nuclear medicine
  • ultrasound
  • radiation physics
  • radiation protection
  • radiobiology

BJR/case reports:

  • diagnostic radiology
  • radiotherapy
  • radiation sciences

DMFR:

  • oral radiology
  • head and neck imaging

Service Strengths

BJR: Original Research Papers and reviews from leading centres internationally, covering all aspects of the radiological sciences. Readers benefit from our continuous publication model, meaning the latest in research is published as quickly as possible. Sign up for table of contents alerts to keep up to date with all our new articles.

BJR/case reports: Case reports covering radiology, radiotherapy and the related sciences. BJR/case reports is an international, open access, online only case reports journal. Sign up for table of contents alerts to keep up to date with all our new articles.

DMFR: Original Research Papers and reviews from leading centres internationally, covering all aspects of oral radiology and head and neck imaging. Readers benefit from our continuous publication model, meaning the latest in research is published as quickly as possible. Sign up for table of contents alerts to keep up to date with all our new articles.

Impact Factors

BJR (2013) Impact Factor: 2.026

DMFR (2013) Impact Factor: 1.39

Eligibility

Countries

Institutions in the following countries can register for access to British Institute of Radiology Journals through the process below:

Registration and Access

Registration for British Institute of Radiology Journals

Each developing country institution eligible for access is required to register to use British Institute of Radiology journals, except BJR/case reports which s a fully open access title. If you have not used this resource before you may need to check if your institution is registered and identify the contact person who has your access details. To do this, please go to the subscribed resources registration and select your country and institution.

Access Information

Access by fixed, external IP address only.

Support/Help Contact

publications@bir.org.uk

Publisher URL

http://www.birpublications.org/

Developing Country Initiatives

BIR publications is a member of HINARI and Perri/INASP. In addition out open access option BIROpen includes a waiver option on fees for authors from developing countries. Open Access Waiver Scheme

Information for Librarians

Administration Information

publications@bir.org.uk

Platform

Atypon

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Access URL

http://www.birpublications.org/

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