Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health

Member access to the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health

What is the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health?

The Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Paediatrics & Child Health Division of the RACP.

The RACP distributes the journal to its subscribers every month across Australia, New Zealand and the world. The Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health is also available to RACP members online.

The Journal publishes original material on Paediatrics & Child Health, including:

  • Research reports
  • Educational articles
  • Position papers
  • Editorial comments and annotations
  • Letters to the editor

Who can access the journal?

RACP members and staff

RACP members and staff have full access to the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health online, as well as Early View articles (articles available online before inclusion in an issue).

The public

The public can view most of the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health online, with the option to purchase additional articles.

How do I submit an article?

You can submit your article online at the journal’s manuscript submission page.

Read the Author guidelines carefully for information on submitting a manuscript, including formatting requirements, ethical considerations, and conflicts of interest.

Who will review my article?

Journal submissions are peer reviewed and approved by an editorial board.

When will my article be published?

If your article is accepted, it will be sent for publication on Early View. On Early View, full-text articles are published online in advance of being published in an issue of the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health.

The time from your article being published on Early View to being allocated to an issue of the Journal of Paediatrics & Child Health may vary, as articles for each issue are selected to provide a balance between the breadth and complementarity of papers.

How can I advertise in the journal?

Find information on advertising in the Journal of Paediatrics & Child Health.

 
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