The Journal of Headache and Pain
Impact Factor 2017: 3.403
The Journal of Headache and Pain, founded in 1999 by a group of SISC members, is the official Journal of the European Headache Federation and of Lifting The Burden - The Global Campaign against Headache.
The Journal of Headache and Pain is specifically dedicated to researchers involved in all aspects of headache and related pain conditions of the cranio-cervical district.
All the scientific foundations that correlate with the basic or clinical topics of headaches and pain conditions of the cranio-cervical district represent the Journal’s areas of interest and relevance. From theoretical to methodology aspects, from clinical practice to therapy and all other perspectives of this multidisciplinary area of medicine form the scientific body and its natural location. The Journal of Headache and Pain is published by SpringerOpen - Gruppo SpringerNature.
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The Journal of Headache and Pain is a SpringerOpen Journal, open access fees for this journal are completely waived. You can read, redistribute and reuse the articles for free, as long as you cite the authors of the original work properly.
All papers will undergo the peer review process and must be submitted online via the Journal's website. The average time of publication for accepted manuscripts is 90 days for the electronic version, accessible in the Online First section (citable version using the DOI number).
Proposals will be reviewed for the publication of supplements.
The Editorial Board is supported by an international Advisory Board of experts who support the journal at all stages of the revision of the manuscripts. External referees to the two Boards are regularly invited to offer their specific expertise to the authors.