About the Journal

About the journal:

The Physical Therapy Journal of Indonesia (PTJI) is an open-access journal (OJS) that publishes scientifically content two editions per year (June and December) to promote clinical practice and research in the physical therapy area. PTJI shares the study review, clinical cases, and evidence-based research in acupuncture, aquatic, cardiorespiratory, electrophysical agents, manual therapy, mental health, neurology, occupational health and ergonomics, older people, oncology, palliative care and HIV, paediatrics, pelvic and women’s health, private practice, and sports. PTJI is an official journal of the Explorer Frontier, USA and Intisari Sains Medis (sole license holder in Indonesia). Furthermore, PTJI collaborates with the Indonesia Sport Physiotherapy Community and ROM Physiotherapy.
We encourage the readers, students, clinicians, and researchers to share their idea and knowledge related to physical therapy in this journal. This journal is a good place to start the scientific carrier for beginner researchers. All the manuscripts submitted to the PTJI will go through a series of assessments from our reviewers before publication. PTJI will not accept all positive acts of plagiarism and repetition of submitting the same manuscripts.
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check the author's guidelines. The submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to the guidelines. For the submission, the authors need to register an account of the journal website and log in to begin the process.

 

Acknowledgment:

Open Journal Systems (often called OJS) is a journal management and publication system created by the Public Knowledge Project as part of its federally supported initiatives to increase and improve research access. The Public Knowledge Project is a multi-university effort to improve the quality and reach of academic publications by producing (free) open-source software and doing research. This journal acknowledges the Public Knowledge Project team's innovation and works in establishing and continually enhancing OJS. Please visit the Public Knowledge Project's official website to learn more and to support the project's endeavors.

 

Aims and scope:

PTJI, an open-access, peer-reviewed journal, aims to disseminate top-notch research articles, reviews, and general field articles. Articles relevant to all aspects of fundamental research and clinical investigations in the area of physical therapy are published by PTJI. The Journal aims to promote a lively exchange of ideas between academics and practitioners as well as to bridge and integrate the intellectual, methodological, and substantive variety of physical therapy experts.
PTJI's scope: research article in acupuncture, aquatic, cardiorespiratory, electrophysical agents, manual therapy, mental health, neurology, occupational health and ergonomics, older people, oncology, palliative care and HIV, paediatrics, pelvic and women’s health, private practice, and sports.

 

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Archiving policy

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Screening for Plagiarism Policy:

PTJI has a policy of screening for plagiarism. To verify the article's authenticity, we utilize the anti-plagiarism program "Turnitin."

 

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Content ownership, copyright, licensing, and permissions

Copyright in each article is the property of the Author. The author acknowledges that the Physical Therapy Journal of Indonesia (PTJI) has the right to publish for the first time with a Creative Commons Attribution-BY license. The author can enter the writing separately, regulate the non-exculsive distribution of manuscripts that have been published in this journal into other versions (i.e., sent to the author's institution respository, publication into books, etc.), by acknowledging that the manuscript was first published in the PTJI.

You are free to:
Share - Copy and redistribute the content in any media or format you like. As long as you respect the license conditions, the licensor cannot cancel these freedoms.
Adapt - remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.
The licensor cannot revoke these freedoms as long as you follow the license terms.

All authors are free to submit,
and free to publish only eligible authors with no grant or funding from any institution, government, organization, university (Proven by a letter from the Head Department, Dean, or Rector) and a high H-Index and citations. Authors that are ineligible for waiver and free for publishing will be charged an APC of Rp1,000,000.

 

Our review process may take anywhere from 30 to 60 days.

 

Please contact us if you have questions about the submissions:
Editorial Office :
     ROM Physiotherapy
     Lestari Building, Room C1, Jl. Raya Puputan Number 26A, Denpasar Bali-Indonesia
     Tel:62(0)88975003567 
     www.intisarisainsmedis.com
     E-mail : editorptji@gmail.com