Welcome to the Journal
The scope of the journal encompass a broad range of topics including translational science research, genetics, immunology, nutrition, psychosocial research, epidemiology and multidisciplinary team approaches towards imparting quality healthcare services. The journal also welcomes articles written by doctors, physicians and medical giants that present their personal perspectives in treating commonly as well as rarely occurring diseases. The journal invites submission of Phase III clinical trial results as well as outcomes from phase IV/post-marketing studies on novel drugs used in clinical practice. Furthermore, manuscripts describing multiple facets of diabetes research and clinical practice, prevention, technologies and therapy, socio-economic research, complications, new treatments, evidence-based treatment guidelines, unmet clinical needs and therapeutic burden are solicited. Overall, the journal targets promotion of safe and efficacious clinical practices by publishing original data from clinical investigations. You may submit manuscripts online at https://www.scholarscentral.org/submissions/clinical-practice-therapy.html or as an email attachment to [email protected]
Clinical Practice(Therapy) is indexed in the quality indexing sites such as Scopus*, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Google Scholar, Publons, CNKI, Open J-Gate to standardized visibility and maintain publication standard.
*Published as Therapy (ISSN 1475-0708) until November 2011 (Vol.8, No.6)
Recently Published Articles
Announcement p. 1717-1717
Author(s): Elizabeth Swan
Clinical Practice (Therapy) is one of the preferred journals in the field of Clinical Researches. Clinical Practice (Therapy) is a high-quality peer-reviewed journal, containing several high..
Research Article p. 1718-1723
Comparison of Mulligan SNAG's and neural tissue mobilization in patients with lumbar radiculopathy: A randomized controlled trial
Author(s): Sufian Ahmed, Saad Shafiq, Saddam Sabri, Shumaila Kiran, Ibraheem Zafar, and Meer Zakir
Background: Radiculopathy usually comes from sciatic origin; if the sciatic nerve gets irritated due to compression then it causes pain in course of the nerve called sciatic radiculopathy. D..
Author(s): Rasha Awawdeh, Fuad AlSaraj, Reem Allateef, Nassim Salamin, Martin Anson Lee, Mohammad AlThahyabt and Jorgen Kristensen
Serious hematological complications of COVID-19 are well recognized and are often related to dysfunction of coagulation. Several clinical and laboratory degrees of thrombocytopenia have been..
Characteristics of patients with coronavirus disease SARS-Cov-2 in Jordan: Retrospective cross-sectional study
Author(s): Amjad Al Shdaifat, and Hana Taha
Background: COVID-19 exacerbations and severity are more prevalent in older patients with pre-existing comorbidities. This study aimed to explore the characteristics, outcomes and analyze th..