The journal for interdisciplinary research, development and applications of image guided diagnosis and therapy
Link to IJCARS on the Springer website
Online manuscript submission: www.editorialmanager.com/cars
Aims and Scope
The International Journal for Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (IJCARS) is a peer-reviewed journal to provide a platform closing the gap between medical and technical disciplines and to encourage interdisciplinary research and development activities in an international environment.
The focus of the journal is on R&D areas relating to digital imaging methods and computer-assisted diagnostic and therapeutic workflows that match and enhance the skill levels of health care professionals.
IJCARS invites submissions on topics in information sciences, ICT, and mechatronic systems design as well as clinical application fields such as:
IJCARS will present results from these fields in original papers, review articles, short communications and commentaries.
To increase the value of health care for the general populace, one focus of IJCARS is on providing information on new diagnostic and therapeutic processes which are facilitated by CARS. This includes providers' experiences, patient outcomes, economic and ethical considerations, and scientific/medical validation results. It is expected that the resulting awareness by users and providers will accelerate the acceptance of CARS-supported procedures in clinical practice.
In the context of having these insights being published, IJCARS has provided the publication category “Innovative Clinical Investigations” (ICI). In general, these types of manuscripts focus on how possible new functionalities provided by IT tools and systems are embedded into the practice of medicine, specifically radiology and surgery.
Within the review process of IJCARS for Innovative Clinical Investigations, authors are encouraged to address questions related to the impact of their innovation on diagnostic/therapeutic workflows, i.e. what is the effective innovation within clinical procedures. Authors should also indicate how these methods/tools potentially impact clinical outcome for the patient, i.e. what is the expected and validated innovation for improving health care.
For more information, please contact:
Mrs. Franziska Schweikert
International Journal of CARS