Upcoming Changes to the Journal
Posted on October 5, 2022
Posted on October 5, 2022
Dear Academy of Pelvic Health Members,
We are excited to announce two important changes to the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy. Beginning in 2023, the journal will be renamed the Journal of Women’s & Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (JWPHPT). The new title brings the journal into alignment with the Academy name and the broad scope of current practice in this area while maintaining our commitment to women’s health.
Earlier this year, the APTA Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Board of Directors voted to follow the lead of PTJ: Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Journal, and other APTA academy journals and move to online-only beginning in 2023. The transition to an online format ensures that the journal will continue to provide Academy members with accessible, timely research while also being environmentally and fiscally responsible.
As the premier resource informing women’s and pelvic health physical therapy practice and research, JWPHPT will continue to publish its valuable, not-to-be-missed content on a quarterly basis. You will continue to receive the same great high-quality content – and even more with an increase in digital pages and supplemental digital content!
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We look forward to our continued collaboration with the Academy and our members on these exciting changes!
The JWPHPT Editorial Team
ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The Journal of Women’s and Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (JWPHPT) is the premier resource for peer-reviewed research focused on physical therapy for women’s health and pelvic health in all populations. The journal provides a forum for scientific and professional exchange among researchers and practitioners throughout the world. High standards of quality are maintained through a rigorous, double-blinded, peer-review process and adherence to standards recommended by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. The editorial board is comprised of preeminent researchers and clinical scholars dedicated to facilitating the publication and integration of original research articles, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, clinical practice guidelines, case studies, and clinical commentaries. promoting the integration of evidence into theory, education, and research. In support of the education and evidenced-based practice of physical therapy for women’s health and the pelvic health of children and adults, articles encompass multiple systems, with an emphasis on musculoskeletal, urological, gynecological systems as well as biomechanical foundations and psychosocial aspects of practice.
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