Nominations Deadline: 14 September 2015.
The South African Journal of Physiotherapy dedicates its efforts to the advancement of physiotherapy through sound research and scholarly work. This year we continue our efforts in the field, including the arenas of science, clinical applications, education of practitioners, management of services and policy.
We are now inviting interested academics to apply for inclusion on our advisory board, or to nominate suitable colleagues.
All applications and nominations should include a CV, be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org and reach our offices by the 14 September 2015 [extended deadline].
Advisory Editorial Board members’ key responsibilities include:
- Acting as advocates for the journal throughout the community
- Upon invitation, acting as peer reviewers for submitted papers within their area of expertise
- Providing editorial advice on an ad hoc basis
Advisory Editorial Board candidates should be established academics with a clear publication record demonstrating their expertise in their research field. They may be research group leaders or professors, as well as senior academics. Naturally, board candidates should be able to maintain the high ethical standards expected of academics overseeing aspects of peer review.
The post of Advisory Editorial Board Member is a voluntary, part-time position.
Thank you for your continuing interest in our work.