The Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, or JOSPT, is one of the most well-read and prestigious journals in our field. Clare Ardern, Editor-in-Chief of the journal, has done an amazing job.
In this episode, she’s going to share some exciting new things that JOSPT has been working on that I know you’re going to love. Plus, we’re going to take a peek behind the scenes of the editorial process of JOSPT, talk about her role as editor-in-chief, and she’s even going to share some valuable advice for prospective authors on how to write the best manuscripts to increase your chances of publication.
Dr. Clare Ardern is a physiotherapist and senior researcher, currently working at University of British Columbia, Canada. With expertise in sports medicine, rehabilitation and meta-research, her work focuses on (i) measuring the impact of health research on public policy, the economy and society, (ii) how high-calibre meta-research (including systematic reviews, network meta-analyses, and clinical practice guidelines) can help clinicians make quality decisions, and (iii) return to sport after injury (rates, determinants of success, improving the clinical approach). Dr. Ardern is Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy.