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AIDS Care: Welcoming Submissions

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AIDS Care is an international peer-reviewed journal publishing multi-disciplinary research related to HIV/AIDS including the planning of services, prevention and the social and psychological aspects of care and treatment.

The journal covers topics that originate from multiple disciplines, including psychology, sociology, epidemiology, social work and anthropology, social aspects of medicine, nursing, education, health education, law, administration and counselling.

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A Note From the Editor

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Choose Open Access

At Taylor & Francis, we believe open research is the most effective and impactful way to advance research and share knowledge that enriches lives. Open access is a key element of this, and we want to make it a realistic choice for researchers and institutions. We are committed to developing a diverse range of open access options.

AIDS Care, as well as its sister journals Psychology, Health and Medicine and Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies are Open Select journals which means you can choose to publish your research open access.

What is Open Select?

Open Select gives you the option to make your paper open access in one of our 2,300+ subscription journals, this means you can continue to publish in your favorite journals but do so on an open access basis. To learn more about the steps involved in making your paper open access in an open select journal, please click here.

Why should I publish my research open access?

  • Increased usage and influence: Articles published Open Select with Taylor & Francis typically receive 32% more citations* and over 6 times as many downloads^ compared to those that are not published Open Select.
  • Reach a wider audience: Your research will be accessible to policymakers, practitioners, professionals, and the general public interested in your field as soon as it is published.
  • Monitor your impact: You will be able to see the downloads, citations and Altmetric data for your article at any time.
  • Retention of copyright: You have control over how your research can be used by others.

*Citations received up to Jan 31st 2020 for articles published in 2015-2019 in journals listed in Web of Science®.
^Usage in 2017-2019 for articles published in 2015-2019.

Psychology, Health and Medicine

A multidisciplinary journal highlighting human factors in health. The journal provides a peer-reviewed forum to report on issues of psychology and health in practice. This key publication reaches an international audience, highlighting the variation and similarities within different settings and exploring multiple health and illness issues from theoretical, practical and management perspectives.

Psychology, Health and Medicine is aimed directly at health psychologists, general psychologists, and health care workers such as hospital and community doctors, social workers, planners and managers. The journal will be accessible and of use to both the academy and the professionals.

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Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies

A peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal focused on research, policy and care for vulnerable children and young people. The journal provides a much-needed interdisciplinary focus on vulnerable children and youth at risk, specifically in relation to health and welfare issues, and aims to be widely consulted for cutting-edge research and effective policy and intervention.

The journal addresses a variety of issues, including the psychological, sociological, health, gender, culture, economic and educational aspects of children and adolescents in developed and developing countries.

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