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For key insights into today's practice of pediatric neurology, Neuropediatrics is the worldwide journal of choice. Original articles, case reports and panel discussions are the distinctive features of a journal that always keeps abreast of current developments and trends - the reason it has developed into an internationally recognized forum for specialists throughout the world.
Pediatricians, neurologists, neurosurgeons, and neurobiologists will find it essential reading.
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The editorial team of Neuropediatrics is pleased to announce a new section, the Resident & Fellow section (R&F). This is a journal section that is designed to serve the trainee readership including medical students, residents, and fellows. The goal is to encourage trainees to engage in academic child neurology and to promote scholarly activity. Manuscripts are invited from trainees and fall into several categories as listed on the website of Neuropediatrics within the general framework for articles in Neuropediatrics. Articles are typically written by a trainee (preferably as the first author) with at least one experienced faculty co-author. For reviews, pre-submission enquiry is mandatory. All submitted manuscripts undergo a rigorous peer review process, similar to other submissions, ensuring that the high quality standards for publishing in Neuropediatrics are met. The final decision regarding each submission is made by the Section Editor and the Editors-in-Chief. Articles selected for peer review are typically sent to a combination of trainees and faculty, who act as expert reviewers. All accepted R&F articles are published in print in Neuropediatrics. Articles are indexed the same way that all articles in Neuropediatrics are indexed, including in PubMed.
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