Osteoporosis International Q1 Unclaimed
An international multi-disciplinary journal which is a joint initiative between the International Osteoporosis Foundation and the National Osteoporosis Foundation of the USA, Osteoporosis International provides a forum for the communication and exchange of current ideas concerning the diagnosis, prevention, treatment and management of osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases.
It publishes: original papers - reporting progress and results in all areas of osteoporosis and its related fields; review articles - reflecting the present state of knowledge in special areas of summarizing limited themes in which discussion has led to clearly defined conclusions; educational articles - giving information on the progress of a topic of particular interest; case reports - of uncommon or interesting presentations of the condition.
While focusing on clinical research, the Journal will also accept submissions on more basic aspects of research, where they are considered by the editors to be relevant to the human disease spectrum.
Why publish with us
We provide an interdisciplinary platform for the communication of original and high quality experimental or clinical papers on all aspects of osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases.
We publish studies relating to the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and management of osteoporosis, and the spectrum of disorders that deficiencies in bone density can produce.
Supported by leading experts in the field, our committed editorial team leads a rigorous and robust peer review, averaging 44 days for a first decision for peer reviewed articles.
We provide high levels of author satisfaction, with 91% of our published authors rating the journal Good or Excellent. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,062.
Osteoporosis International focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: fracture, fractures, bone, hip, women, osteoporosis, risk, patients, vertebral, clinical, ...
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1,062SJR Impact factor
269Total Docs (Last Year)
849Total Docs (3 years)
3141Total Cites (3 years)
745Citable Docs (3 years)
3.44Cites/Doc (2 years)
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Hip axis length in mid-life Japanese and Caucasian U.S. residents: no evidence for an ethnic differenceView more
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Effects of Age, Menopause and Osteoporosis on Free, Peptide-Bound and Total Pyridinium Crosslink ExcretionView more
Measuring the structural strength of bones with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry: principles, technical limitations, and future possibilitiesView more
Prevention of secondary hyperparathyroidism and hip fracture in elderly women with calcium and vitamin D3 supplementsView more
Relationship Between Structural Parameters, Bone Mineral Density and Fracture Load in Lumbar Vertebrae, Based on High-Resolution Computed Tomography, Quantitative Computed Tomography and Compression TestsView more
Different surgical outcomes in a patient with bilateral atypical femoral fracture related to bisphosphonate use with or without teriparatide treatmentView more
The Vitamin D Receptor Start Codon Polymorphism (Fok1) and Bone Mineral Density in Premenopausal Women in TaiwanView more
Integrated anti-remodeling and anabolic therapy for the osteoporosis of Hajdu-Cheney syndrome: 2-year follow-upView more
Race/ethnic differences in associations between bone mineral density and fracture history in older menView more
The association between childhood fractures and adolescence bone outcomes: a population-based study, the Troms?? Study, Fit FuturesView more
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