Issue 36 Articles
Peeyoosha Nitsure, Neha Kothari
Manoj Malik, Shailendra Kumar Singh, Narkeesh Arumugam
Ianc Dorina, Ilcu Flavia, Tarcau Emilian, Ciobanu Doriana Ioana, Boca Ioan Cosmin, Chiriac Mircea
Sharma Khushbu Dineshkumar, Bid Dibyendunarayan, Thangamani Ramalingam A.
Deepa Metgud, Pallavi Sharma
Cristea Dana Ioana, Cristea Aurelian Andrei, Burllău Mirela-Carmen
Jeba Chitra, Rishabh Sharan
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Romanian Journal of Physical Therapy - OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL
Romanian Journal of Physical Therapy (RJPT) is the journal of Department of Physical Education Sport and Physical Therapy, Faculty of Geography, Tourism and Sports from the University of Oradea. It is printed two times a year and is an open acces journal. Users are free to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full text of the journal’s articles and allow readers to use them for any other lawful purpose.
IN RJPT are published articles addressed to specialists involved in the medical rehabilitation domain (physicians, physical therapists, social assistants, psychologists, nurses, occupational therapists), to students, master students and Ph.D. candidates. The approached subjects are various, covering the entire curricular area and all the specialists’ competence domains. The persons eligible to publish are both members of the teaching staff involved in the formation of future specialists and persons involved in practice, personalities involved in the research process in physical therapy.
RJPT bring out: editorials, articles for orientation, clinical and experimental studies, book reviews, scientific events, inventions and innovations.
The journal is edited with the support of the Romanian Federation of Physiotherapy Associations, by the University of Oradea Publishing House.
The main purpose of the journal is to give examples of good practice and to valorize the results of research activities, as well as to provide a permanent source of information which should contribute to the continuous professional formation of specialists in the domain.
- The journal should represent a means to enrich the specialists’ knowledge by presenting the most recent studies and researches in the domain.
- The value of the magazine should be increased by respecting the criteria necessary to promote the journal in a superior category, contributing thus to the process of promotion in Academic career.
- Another objective is to promote abroad the work of specialists in the domain both from the Academic environment and from the domain of profession practice by means of obtaining international exchanges with journals from the same domain.
Ever since the foundation of the physical therapy specialization within the University of Oradea, the idea has occurred to promote it through a specialty journal. At the request of the teaching staff from Oradea, the first articles about physical therapy have appeared articles which were selected and thus, in 1995, in cooperation with the Romanian Academy Branch from the Meinheim Institute, Munchen, the first journal appeared entitled THE ROMANIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL THERAPY. The beginnings were hesitating but they constituted a basis for further research. Therefore, the first issues had a limited number of articles and the appearance frequency was annual. Once the first series of physical therapy students in Romania graduated, the number of scientific articles increased significantly and under these circumstances the appearance frequency of the journal changed, becoming biannual, constantly since 2005 up to present.
Since 1997, physical therapists have been organized in professional associations and the Romanian Federation of Physical Therapy Associations was founded. After the foundation of this association, several scientific conferences were organized, attended by specialists from the theoretical and practical domains from the country and abroad, the participation being materialized through the presentation of studies and researches on different physical therapy topics. The presented studies were selected by the journal’s editing committee and the most significant ones were included in its issues.
The published articles have reached a high quality standard, the quality standard being appreciated by researchers from abroad as well, as the journal contains articles signed by specialists from Hungary, Germany, Moldavian Republic, Greece, Spain, Turkey. Up to present, 35 issues of the journals have been published.
In the six issues appeared during the past three years, there were published articles written by prestigious members of the teaching staff from the Academic education and by authors with national reputation.
During the calendar year 2014, in volume 20 of the journal/ nr.33/May and 34/ December, 24 research and review articles were published.
In 2015 was released the 21th volume of the journal, nr.35/May, where other 6 research paperwork were published.
The journal is included in five international data bases. Paperwork in extenso from 2009 until present, can be free accessed on the journal site http://www.revrokineto.com.
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Title of the journal: Romanian Journal Of Physical Therapy
ONLINE ISSN: 2068 - 1712
Profile: review of studies, research, reviews
Editor: University of Oradea Publishing House
The level and attestation of the journal: BDI
Year of first publication: 1995
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The "Romanian Journal of Physical Therapy" is printed two times a year. The journal has free of charge access, on webpage www.revrokineto.com. Users are free to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of journal’s articles and allow readers to use them for any other lawful purpose.
Only at client request, we can provide the printed version of 2 journals/ year, for an amount of:
- 50 EURO/ issue for teachers from academic environment, physical therapists and other healt care providers
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