OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health (OTJR), a leading research journal in occupational therapy published by AOTF, reflects the Foundation's commitment to advancing the profession through scientific inquiry. OTJR fosters interdisciplinary dialogue with contributions from disciplines such as psychology, neuroscience, economics, anthropology, sociology, geography, rehabilitation science, nursing, and social work. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health is indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed.
OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health is pleased to announce our 2019 Impact Factor is 1.220. OTJR has steadily raised its impact factor from 2015 - 0.524, 2016 - 0.795, 2017 - 1.000 and 2018 - 1.234. The Journal Impact Factor is calculated by adding the citations in 2017 (38) to items published in 2018 (23) and dividing that total (61) by the sum of the numbers of citable items in 2017 (23) and 2018 (27). OTJR's five-year impact factor is 1.695, up from last year's 1.478.
For access to articles published since 2002, to purchase complete issues of OTJR, or to access soon-to-be published articles please visit: http://otj.sagepub.com
Starting January 2020, OTJR has moved to online-only for individual subscribers to the journal, such as American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and Pi Theta Epsilon (PTE) members. The main benefits of moving subscribers to receiving the journal online only: Cost-savings to the subscriber, reduction in the number of trees cut down, manufacturing chemicals, water, and energy used to produce and ship. Access will not change; how readers read content will be consistent as in past years with our publisher SAGE.
OTJR is always looking for quality papers
OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health will accept quantitative and qualitative research articles and systematic review papers that advance knowledge of occupation, and/or will lead to improving the lives of people at risk of being restricted from participating in activities and roles that have meaning to them. OTJR publishes data-driven research, meaning findings with or without statistical significance.
The following topics should guide authors seeking to publish in the journal:
- the relationship of occupation to health, well-being and or quality of life
- occupational development in all ages of the life-span i.e., the occupation of children, the importance of occupation in maintaining health in aging
- the influence of body systems or body function on occupational performance and or social participation
- the impact of life-style redesign or occupational choice on health and participation
- the effectiveness of occupation-based interventions
- the influence of the social, built, or natural environments on occupational performance or occupation (or vice versa)
- the impact of culture on occupation
- how human perceptions and or behavior, i.e. meaning, habits, roles, ritual, attitudes, feelings, influence occupation or occupational performance
- the psychometric properties of measures of occupation or occupational performance
- the impact or relationship of social policies and attitudes on occupation
- interventions that influence health, well-being, and or quality of life
- other topics that will lead to improving the lives of people as they seek to fully participate in family, work, community and society.
For questions concerning the submission and review process to OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, please contact the journal editor: Dr. Sherrilene Classen.
For information on submissions and/or to submit an article please go to:
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