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Occupational therapy notebooks (UFSCar)

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The journal of Occupational Therapy Notebooks (UFSCar) (ISSN Printed (0104-4931) and ISSN Electronic (2238-2860), started in 1990, is aimed at the dissemination of unpublished works from original scientific research in the field of Occupational Therapy in dialogue with the areas of Health, Education, Culture and Social Assistance, as well as Occupational Science. Emphasizes studies on physical, sensory, mental, psychological and / or social problems related to daily life and human doing, articulated to participation, autonomy and the insertion of subjects (individual and collective) in social life.

Full Title

Occupational therapy notebooks (UFSCar)

Short Title

Cad. Ter. Ocup. UFSCar

Direct Link

http://www.cadernosdeterapiaocupacional.ufscar.br

Journal Metadata

ISSN printed version

0104-4931

ISSN online version

2238-2860

Periodicity

Quarterly

Start Year

1990

Area Biological and Health Sciences
Standard for Publication ABNT
Publishing Language Portuguese, English and Spanish
Publishing Ana Paula Malfitano
Daniel Marinho Cezar da Cruz
Federal University of São Carlos

Submission System

Open Journal Systems (OJS)
SEER

Peer Review?

Yes

Type of Access

Free Access

Qualis Rating

  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B1)
  • INTERDISCIPLINARY (B1)
  • PSYCHOLOGY (B3)
  • NURSING (B3)
  • COLLECTIVE HEALTH (B4)
  • SOCIAL WELFARE (B4)
  • TEACHING (B4)
  • MEDICINE I (B5)
  • MEDICINE II (B5)
  • EDUCATION (B5)
  • ENGINEERS IV (B5)
Indexing Sources
  • CINAHAL Plus
  • Latindex
  • LILACS
  • Periodic
  • Ulrich's International Periodical Directory
  • OTDATABASE
  • DOAJ
  • PORTAL DE PERIÓDICOS DA CAPES
  • ProQuest- Social Services Abstracts
  • ProQuest- Nursing & Allied Health Source database
  • CUIDEN
Other Information

Journal affiliated to the Brazilian Association of Scientific Editors - ABEC.
The journal emphasizes studies on physical, sensorial, mental, psychological and / or social issues related to daily life and human doing, articulated to participation, autonomy and the insertion of subjects (individual and collective) in social life.
The journal accepts works in English, Spanish and Portuguese, adopts the double-blind evaluation and is addressed to researchers, teachers, students and professionals in Occupational Therapy and related areas, both nationally and internationally.

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