Publications from this meeting in a Br J Radiology themed special feature

Themes and topics from this meeting will be included in a BJR special feature in 2022. The special feature will be developed under the guidance of Guest Editors Professor Kirsten Lauber, Professor Katia Parodi, Professor Guillaume Landry and Professor Frank Verhaegen.

Unlike at previous conferences from this series, this time publications will be by invitation only. We are aiming to publish about 12 papers from this conference. Soon after the conference you may be contacted by the organizing committee with the request to submit a manuscript to BJR in the months following the conference. All submitted papers will be subject to BJR’s rigorous, double-blind peer review and authors are encouraged to view BJR’s instructions for authors, here, ahead of submission.

In case you are invited, you can submit your manuscript here.

About BJR:
BJR is the international research journal of the British Institute of Radiology and is essential reading for radiologists, medical physicists, radiation oncologists, radiotherapists, radiographers and radiobiologists. BJR is indexed on PubMed, ISI, Sciverse/Scopus and Embase, more details on BJR can be found on our website.

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• 2020 Impact Factor – 2.196
• 5 year Impact Factor – 2.370
• Receipt to first decision – average of 6 weeks
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• Acceptance to online publication of final version – 10 days

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