Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology (DMCN) has defined the field of paediatric neurology and neurodisability for over 60 years, and is one of the world’s leading journals in the whole field of paediatrics. Owned by Mac Keith Press, DMCN is of interest to researchers, all health professionals concerned with developmental disability and child neurology, and others involved with the care of children and young people. The high quality of published articles is maintained by expert review, including independent statistical assessment, before acceptance.
DMCN has a wide international authorship and readership, and is available in thousands of libraries around the world. It is also available as part of membership of selected societies and organisations. DMCN will accept advertising that accords with its editorial policies.
2-Year Impact Factor: 5.449
5-Year Impact Factor: 5.366
Submission to first decision: 23 days
Acceptance to online publication: 41 days
Acceptance rate: 19%
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology (DMCN) is owned by Mac Keith Press. It is of interest to researchers, all health professionals concerned with developmental disability and child neurology, …Read more
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