Call for papers
Historia Otorhinolaryngologiae is a free open access English peer-reviewed online journal focused on the History of Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery and their related sciences.
It is directed to all persons interested with its contents, ENT specialists, physicians, historians and scholars. It publishes historical articles, reviews, letters, commentaries, brief communications or abstracts of communications in meetings, abstracts of historical articles published in other journals, collector’s corner reports, and book presentations or reviews.
A submitted manuscript must be an original contribution not previously published. It can also present the first developments of a previsted research. It must be an exchange plateform of sharing knowledge and information.
The journal is particularly opened to “young researchers” not completely trained in writing historical reports. The body of the research must refer to original primary references (or referenced translations). Although the publisher and editors make every effort to ensue the validity of published manuscripts, the final responsibility rests with the authors.
No charges are requested for the authors.
Albert Mudry, Stanford, USA
Richard Irving, Birmingham, UK
Robert Jackler, Stanford, USA
Wolfgang Pirsig, Ulm, D
Jean-Paul Wayenborgh, Asuncion, Paraguay