Aims & Scope
The European Journal of Pain (EJP) is the official journal of the European Federation of International Association for the Study of Pain Chapters (EFIC). It is a multi-disciplinary, international journal that aims to be a global forum on all aspects of pain research and pain management. The journal publishes clinical and basic science research papers relevant to all aspects of pain and its management, including specialties such as anaesthesia, dentistry, neurology and neurosurgery, orthopaedics, palliative care, pharmacology, physiology, psychiatry, psychology and rehabilitation; socio-economic aspects of pain are also covered.
The journal publishes original clinical and basic science articles; reviews on pertinent topics not recently covered by other international journals. Full length articles and short communications will be accepted in the following fields: clinical studies and controlled observations, epidemiological studies, experimental studies on patients, healthy volunteers, animals and tissue preparations. Clinical case studies may be accepted if they are of particular scientific value. Letters to the Editor and Commentaries related to the content of the journal will also be published. The 2011 impact factor of the EJP is 3.94.
Journal content and further information – including author guidelines and submission details - can be found here.
Subscription to the EJP
There are two kinds of subscriptions to the European Journal of Pain:
- EJP online version: Subscribe to the EJP online version (free of charge) via the registration form or
- EJP print version: Subscribe to the EJP print version at a reduced rate here
Additionally, online access to the European Journal of Pain is also available free of charge to members of your National Chapter. EFIC Council members are encouraged to inform the members of their National Chapter of this offer and direct them to this page. Please note that this complimentary access is linked to your membership of the EFIC Council.
Do you require any additional information or material for dissemination amongst your National Chapter members to promote this opportunity to access top quality scientific literature published in the European Journal of Pain? Please do not hesitate to contact EFIC (email@example.com).
EFIC trusts you will appreciate and enjoy this opportunity to access the European Journal of Pain.