About British Journal of Ophthalmology
Aims and Scope
The British Journal of Ophthalmology (BJO) is an international peer-reviewed journal for ophthalmologists and visual science specialists describing clinical investigations, clinical observations, and clinically relevant laboratory investigations related to ophthalmology. Main features include articles on both clinical and laboratory sciences, up to date major reviews, editorials, education articles and letters. There are sections for 'Innovations' and 'Global issues' where surgical, diagnostic and therapeutic innovations and manuscripts of regional interest to geographic areas of the world respectively, are published.
BJO is owned by BMJ.
|Acceptance rate||24% for original research submitted in 2013|
|Time from submission to first decision||40 days|
|Time from acceptance to publication||
19 days (online)
3 months (print)
|Indexed by||Index Medicus (Medline), ISI Current Contents (Web of Science), Excerpta Medica (Embase)|
|ISSN of BJO||0007-1161|
|ISSN of BJO Online||1468-2079|
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