Radiology and Oncology is a multidisciplinary journal devoted to the publishing original and high-quality scientific papers and review articles, pertinent to oncologic imaging, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, clinical and experimental oncology, radiobiology, medical physics, and radiation protection. Papers on more general aspects of interest to the radiologists and oncologists are also published (no case reports).
Journal Metrics Impact factor: 2.4 Five Year Impact Factor: 2.8 Cite Score: 5.7 SJR: 0.656 SNIP: 1.080
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Broad coverage of preclinical and clinical research in the fields of radiology and experimental as well as clinical oncology.
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This journal provides immediate open access to its content under the Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 license. Authors who publish with this journal retain all copyrights and agree to the terms of the above-mentioned CC license.
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To publish in Radiology and Oncology, authors are required to pay 1200 + VAT EUR Article Processing Charge. Exceptionally, waiver of payment may be negotiated with editorial office, at the time of article submission.
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The Association of Radiology and Oncology is an association of natural persons dedicated to issuing a scientific periodical journal of the same name. The activity of the Association is funded by public funds, by contributions of the authors publishing articles in the above journal and by selected advertisements in the journal.
The Association has no regular employees; its work is performed by the members and by a number of specialists in their field of interest, personally known to the Association members. It outsources the electronic publishing, the preparation for print and the printing to well known companies of Slovenia and the European Union and is following available information regarding their business standards and behavior. The Association is making its purchases of office and sundry material over the counter, its needs being insignificant.
The membership, the collaborators and the companies advertising are generally not in any category which is seen to be vulnerable to modern slavery as codified in the European Union.