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Journal of Intellectual Disabilities

Founding Editor:
Thames Valley University, UK
Editor:
University of South Wales, Wales
Forthcoming Events & Reports Editor:
University of Glamorgan, UK
 
2013 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Score: 0.447
2013 Ranking: 227/490 in Psychiatry and Mental Health (Scopus®) | 12/26 in Health Professions (miscellaneous) (Scopus®)
Source: SCImago 2013 Journal Rankings
This journal provides a medium for the exchange of best practice, knowledge and research between academic and professional disciplines from education, social, and health settings to bring about advancement of services for people with intellectual disabilities.

Related Links:

The Centre for Learning Disability Studies

LearningDisabilityNurse.com 


"The Journal of Intellectual Disabilities provides evidence of inter-professional scholarship in this applied area. The Journal combines a unique and eclectic blend of evidence of scholarly activity that combines practice development innovation with robust research methodology. The result is a publication that aspires successfully to provide pragmatic solutions to service change and advances in professional practice, based upon best evidence and intellectual rigour. Furthermore, the Journal continues to provide a forum that makes a significant contribution to enhancing the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities and their supporters'. Professor David Sines, London South Bank University

"Multi-disciplinary research in the field of learning disabilities is much needed but hard to realise. The Journal of Intellectual Disabilities plays a major role in making this a reality to the benefit of both practitioners and researchers." Professor Roy McConkey, University of Ulster

"The Journal of Intellectual Disabilities appears to provide genuine recognition of a multidisciplinary trend in professional practice and seeks to promote research and scholarly work to advance activities of the caring professions. It draws upon several academic disciplines although its focus is practice-oriented. It would appear to fill a market gap insofar as the other major journal in the area is strongly rooted in the discipline of psychology. Published articles are varied yet have in common a shared concern to enhance professional policies and practice." Professor Nigel Malin, University of Derby

The Journal of Intellectual Disabilities is now covered by MEDLINE!

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Electronic Access:

Journal of Intellectual Disabilities
is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at http://jid.sagepub.com

Subscription Information :
Institutional Subscription, Combined (Print & E-access) £653.00
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Frequency: Quarterly eISSN: 1744-6309 ISSN: 1744-6295
Months of Distribution: March , June , September , December Current Volume: 18 Current Issue: 3
Other Titles in: Specific Learning Difficulties  |  Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulties  |  Learning Disabilities & Rehabilitation

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