First BJR case reports articles published

BJR case reportsWe’re proud to announce that BJR|case reports, our new online only journal, has published its first articles.

The first articles of BJR|case reports can be read on the journal website. As part of the BIR|Open initiative, all articles are open access and free for everyone to read, so share these articles with your colleagues.

Editor-in-Chief, Professor Giuseppe Guglielmi, said, “I am delighted to announce the publication of the first three articles in BJR|case reports. Covering spinal cord injury, delayed diagnosis of lung cancer and breast imaging, these first articles represent a spread of topics and radiological issues important to the community. I am pleased to see the positive response towards the journal from authors and reviewers so far and am excited about the upcoming content in this important new radiological resource“.

We opened for submissions in December 2014 and we’ve already received over 120 articles from clinicians and researchers from 22 countries. The journal’s Editorial Board, full of international experts, ensure the articles undergo the same rigorous peer review and uphold the same high standards as BJR.

We welcome case reports, case reviews and technical notes in all areas of radiology and the related sciences and you can submit them at The BIR is waiving all publication charges until the end of 2015. When charges are introduced, BIR members will get significant discounts on BJR|case reports publication charges.

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