Aims and Scope
Journal of Otorhinolaryngology Disorders and Treatments (JODT) encourages original research, expert review on Otorhinolaryngology Disorders and Treatments at the forefront of experimental, translational studies and practice at the point of care. JODT commits to publishing the results of research and clinical practice; case reports interesting to an international audience of otorhinolaryngologists, clinicians, scientists, trainees, and specialists to improve patient care and public health. Also, may be of interest to scientist dedicated to the most updated and significant medical advances across the broad spectrum of Otorhinolaryngology.
Core areas of interest of JODT include the current otorhinolaryngological practice; audiology, otology, balance, rhinology, larynx, otology, neurotology, audiology, rhinology, allergy, laryngology, speech science, bronchoesophagology and head and neck oncology. The journal specifically focuses on advances in studies of multiple areas of basic or clinical significance and treatment of patients with disorders of the ENT.
The journal pursues well-defined papers which prioritize distinction, originality, applicability, accuracy, focus and appeal to the readership. ENT surgeons plus oncologists, audiological physicians, scientists, and clinical researchers are contributors of JODT articles.
JODT is peer-reviewed to assure the scientific value and clinical significance of its diverse content.
Call for submissions
The Journal of Otorhinolaryngology Disorders and Treatments publishes articles of original, interdisciplinary, translational research and clinical practice. The Editor actively encourages clinical aspects and knowledge of processes that contribute to a cross-talk among the disciplines that meet in Otorhinolaryngology and to insights into ENT biology and treatment. Similarly, JODTS is interested in case reports, clinical trials of or methods of ENT disease management, predictive and preventive Otorhinolaryngology case series. Focused research on a broad spectrum of disciplines as well as experimental reports that provoke a dialogue between Otorhinolaryngology and other disciplines may be submitted. Moreover, authors may submit short reviews (by invitation from the Editor) and letters to the editor.
Subjects covered by The Journal of Otorhinolaryngology Disorders and Treatments
- Head and Neck Surgery
- Phonetics and Speech Disorders
- Craniofacial disorders
- Vestibular disorders
- Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
- Head and Neck Oncology
- Speech Science
- Upper respiratory tract