Canadian Prosthetics & Orthotics Journal (CPOJ) is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal established in Ottawa, Canada in 2017. Canadian Prosthetics & Orthotics Journal promotes unrestricted access to articles for prosthetics and orthotics professionals, researchers, and rehabilitation teams. The scope of the journal includes prosthetics, orthotics, rehabilitation sciences, Mobility Assistive Technology (MAT), Internet of Things (IoT), and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the field of prosthetics and orthotics.
Authors are required to submit a short summary for non-expert readers along with their manuscript file. Please clearly describe (maximum 250 words) the nature of the problem, project goals and outcomes using terminology comprehensible by the general public.
At CPOJ we publish the following research types:
-Case Study/Case Series
At CPOJ, our strong partnership with highly qualified academic editors and reviewers permit our passion for promoting and disseminating knowledge. All articles published by CPOJ are permanently available online to the public without any restrictions or subscription fees. All articles are free to be used, cited, and distributed on condition that appropriate acknowledgment is included. Authors are the copyright holders of their original contributions.
Besides publishing research articles, CPOJ also offers a free thesis abstract/Poster publishing service to offer international scholars and researchers a global platform to present their valuable work and increase their research visibility. One of the aims of the journal is to create a wide and reliable repository of Thesis abstracts and Posters in the field of prosthetics, orthotics and rehabilitation sciences.
CPOJ encourages international scholars and researchers to submit their original and unpublished manuscripts, theses abstracts and/or research posters in order to disseminate internationally. Please contact CPOJ if further information is required.
Articles accepted for online publication will be published on a rolling basis and will be posted online immediately after appropriate proofreading and formatting. Publishing articles on a rolling basis has many advantages, such as assisting journals and publishers in meeting the requirement of short publication wait times desired by modern researchers. The volume and issue numbering will be based on a yearly volume publication comprised of two issues. All published articles will be assigned a DOI number (Digital Object Identifier) and will be maintained and searchable using the LOCKSS system.
Country of Publication: Canada
Hosted by: University of Toronto Libraries
Publisher: Canadian Online Publication Group
Open Access: Yes
Frequency: Two Issues Per Year
Article Processing Charges: Yes (Subject to Change)
Type of Journal: Academic/Scholarly Journal
Abbreviation: Can Prosthet Orthot J
Review Time: Approximately Seven Weeks
Impact Factor: Not Yet Available
Copyright: CPOJ articles will be licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.