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Introducing BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health (formerly known as Journal of Family Planning & Reproductive Health Care). BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health is a multiprofessional journal that promotes sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing.

Introducing BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health (formerly known as Journal of Family Planning & Reproductive Health Care). BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health is a multiprofessional journal that promotes sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing. It publishes research, debate and comment to inform policy and practice, and recognises the importance of professional-patient partnership

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Published for the British Association of Social Workers , this is the leading academic social work journal in the UK. It covers every aspect of social work, with papers reporting research, discussing practice, and examining principles and theories. It is read by social work educators, researchers, practitioners and managers who wish to keep up to date with theoretical and empirical developments in the field.

Professor Peter Raynor, University of Wales, Swansea:
'The British Journal of Social Work sets the standard for academic publishing in social work, and its rigorous editing and refereeing standards have done much to improve the evidence base of the subject. Over thirty years of high standards provide the best possible guarantee that they will be maintained in the future. This is the one social work journal you cannot afford to miss.'

Professor Malcolm Payne, Manchester Metropolitan University:
'The British Journal of Social Work is one of the top five social work journals in the world for impact. Because it covers such a wide field of interest, readers can keep up with a broad range of leading-edge research and theoretical debate. Its 'Critical Commentaries' on specialisms are models of critical review: reading them over a period updates readers on current topics.'

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Vet Record accepts submissions of a wide range of article types, including review articles and original research.
 
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Veterinary Record is the official journal of the British Veterinary Association (BVA) and has been published weekly since 1888. It contains news, comment, letters and clinical research papers on a wide range of veterinary topics. Its classified advertisement section includes an extensive list of veterinary and veterinary-related jobs.

Introducing BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health (formerly known as Journal of Family Planning & Reproductive Health Care). BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health is a multiprofessional journal that promotes sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing. It publishes research, debate and comment to inform policy and practice, and recognises the importance of professional-patient partnership

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Copyright © 2018 by the BMJ Publishing Group Ltd. All rights reserved.
京ICP备15042040号-3

Published for the British Association of Social Workers , this is the leading academic social work journal in the UK. It covers every aspect of social work, with papers reporting research, discussing practice, and examining principles and theories. It is read by social work educators, researchers, practitioners and managers who wish to keep up to date with theoretical and empirical developments in the field.

Professor Peter Raynor, University of Wales, Swansea:
'The British Journal of Social Work sets the standard for academic publishing in social work, and its rigorous editing and refereeing standards have done much to improve the evidence base of the subject. Over thirty years of high standards provide the best possible guarantee that they will be maintained in the future. This is the one social work journal you cannot afford to miss.'

Professor Malcolm Payne, Manchester Metropolitan University:
'The British Journal of Social Work is one of the top five social work journals in the world for impact. Because it covers such a wide field of interest, readers can keep up with a broad range of leading-edge research and theoretical debate. Its 'Critical Commentaries' on specialisms are models of critical review: reading them over a period updates readers on current topics.'

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Vet Record accepts submissions of a wide range of article types, including review articles and original research.
 
The Author Information section provides specific article requirements to help you turn your research into an article suitable for Vet Record.
 
Information is also provided on ethics and welfare statements, reporting guidelines and Open Access fees.

Veterinary Record is the official journal of the British Veterinary Association (BVA) and has been published weekly since 1888. It contains news, comment, letters and clinical research papers on a wide range of veterinary topics. Its classified advertisement section includes an extensive list of veterinary and veterinary-related jobs.

Rival jihads: Islam and the Great War in the Middle East, 1914-1918
Eugene Rogan
Posted to JBA volume 4, pp. 1-20, 19 January 2016. DOI 10.5871/jba/004.001

Economic impossibilities for our grandchildren?
Kevin Hjortshøj O’Rourke
Posted to JBA volume 4, pp. 21-51, 2 March 2016. DOI 10.5871/jba/004.021

Reinventing the corporation
Colin Mayer
Posted to JBA volume 4, pp. 53-72, 30 March 2016. DOI 10.5871/jba/004.053

Introducing BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health (formerly known as Journal of Family Planning & Reproductive Health Care). BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health is a multiprofessional journal that promotes sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing. It publishes research, debate and comment to inform policy and practice, and recognises the importance of professional-patient partnership

Visit now to learn more  


Copyright © 2018 by the BMJ Publishing Group Ltd. All rights reserved.
京ICP备15042040号-3

Published for the British Association of Social Workers , this is the leading academic social work journal in the UK. It covers every aspect of social work, with papers reporting research, discussing practice, and examining principles and theories. It is read by social work educators, researchers, practitioners and managers who wish to keep up to date with theoretical and empirical developments in the field.

Professor Peter Raynor, University of Wales, Swansea:
'The British Journal of Social Work sets the standard for academic publishing in social work, and its rigorous editing and refereeing standards have done much to improve the evidence base of the subject. Over thirty years of high standards provide the best possible guarantee that they will be maintained in the future. This is the one social work journal you cannot afford to miss.'

Professor Malcolm Payne, Manchester Metropolitan University:
'The British Journal of Social Work is one of the top five social work journals in the world for impact. Because it covers such a wide field of interest, readers can keep up with a broad range of leading-edge research and theoretical debate. Its 'Critical Commentaries' on specialisms are models of critical review: reading them over a period updates readers on current topics.'

Introducing BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health (formerly known as Journal of Family Planning & Reproductive Health Care). BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health is a multiprofessional journal that promotes sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing. It publishes research, debate and comment to inform policy and practice, and recognises the importance of professional-patient partnership

Visit now to learn more  


Copyright © 2018 by the BMJ Publishing Group Ltd. All rights reserved.
京ICP备15042040号-3

Introducing BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health (formerly known as Journal of Family Planning & Reproductive Health Care). BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health is a multiprofessional journal that promotes sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing. It publishes research, debate and comment to inform policy and practice, and recognises the importance of professional-patient partnership

Visit now to learn more  


Copyright © 2018 by the BMJ Publishing Group Ltd. All rights reserved.
京ICP备15042040号-3

Published for the British Association of Social Workers , this is the leading academic social work journal in the UK. It covers every aspect of social work, with papers reporting research, discussing practice, and examining principles and theories. It is read by social work educators, researchers, practitioners and managers who wish to keep up to date with theoretical and empirical developments in the field.

Professor Peter Raynor, University of Wales, Swansea:
'The British Journal of Social Work sets the standard for academic publishing in social work, and its rigorous editing and refereeing standards have done much to improve the evidence base of the subject. Over thirty years of high standards provide the best possible guarantee that they will be maintained in the future. This is the one social work journal you cannot afford to miss.'

Professor Malcolm Payne, Manchester Metropolitan University:
'The British Journal of Social Work is one of the top five social work journals in the world for impact. Because it covers such a wide field of interest, readers can keep up with a broad range of leading-edge research and theoretical debate. Its 'Critical Commentaries' on specialisms are models of critical review: reading them over a period updates readers on current topics.'

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