A stand-alone monthly publication since 2010, with a respectable impact factor of 4.85, AC&R now joins A&R as a leading go-to journal for clinical rheumatology research, attracting submissions from top clinical and epidemiology researchers from all over the world. Dr. Hannan reports that the volume of manuscript submissions has risen in the two years she’s been editor, from 50 a month to 100 a month.
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“I think the American College of Rheumatology sister journals are outstanding in quality, and that together they provide a service that is indispensable to the field,” says Dr. Rosen. “I think as long as rheumatology is strong and generating important scholarship, those journals will thrive.”
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AC&R launched in March as a quarterly journal with Dr. Hawley as editor. It is the official journal of the Arthritis Health Professions Association.
Dr. Alarcón becomes editor.
AC&R begins being published as a journal of the ARHP.
Dr. Callahan becomes editor.
Publication frequency increases to six times per year.
Dr. Hunder becomes editor. Journal is published online as well as in print in February.
AC&R becomes a section of A&R, and an official journal of the ACR and ARHP.
AC&R begins accepting submissions online.
Drs. Katz and Yelin become editors.
Publication frequency increases to monthly.
AC&R separates from A&R to become a standalone journal.
Dr. Hannan becomes editor.