The British Journal of Radiology is the official peer-reviewed monthly research journal of the British Institute of Radiology.
The peer-review system ensures that only work of the highest academic standing is accepted for publication. Papers are published rapidly - average handling time is 6 months from submission to publication.
It is a multidisciplinary journal covering all clinical and technical aspects of diagnostic imaging, radiotherapy and oncology, medical physics and radiobiology. The multidisciplinary approach of the journal enables readers to keep up-to-date with developments in their own as well as related fields.
BJR is essential reading for radiologists, medical physicists, radiotherapists, radiographers and radiobiologists.
The journal publishes original Research Papers from leading centres internationally. It also contains Editorials, Commentaries, Review Articles, Case Reports, Short Communications, Pictorial Reviews, Letters to the Editor, Book Reviews, and a Case of the Month feature.