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Patricia P. Katz, PhD, and Edward H. Yelin, PhD, Editors
ACR Open Rheumatology (ACROR), an official journal of the ACR, is a peer-reviewed open access publication (now indexed and fully searchable in PubMed) for clinicians, scientists, researchers, and practitioners in the field of rheumatology and related disciplines. ACROR publishes high-quality articles reporting on original investigations in all aspects of rheumatology-related research (basic science, clinical science, epidemiology, health outcomes, health policy, and education) as well as reviews and commentaries.
ACROR publishes monthly issues under the direction of Co–Editors-in-Chief Patricia P. Katz, PhD, and Edward H. Yelin, PhD, as well as Deputy Editors David I. Daikh, MD, PhD, and Bruce N. Cronstein, MD. In addition, all articles are published EarlyView shortly after acceptance, prior to appearing in a monthly issue.
There is a 20% discount on the article publication charge (APC) for articles on which the first or corresponding author is a member of the ACR/ARP. The manuscript submission site for ACR Open Rheumatology is open and reviewing articles for publication. Submit Article >
As an open access publication, ACROR does not charge subscription fees, and ACR membership is not a requirement to view any of the content.
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