Advances in Autism
Advances in Autism (AIA) builds and disseminates evidence on the health and care aspects and outcomes of autistic people, with the goal to inform researchers and professionals; improving the quality of life for those living on the autistic spectrum.
Advances in Autism is unique in its focus on the health and care aspects and outcomes for people with autism.
The journal's content is international in focus and peer-reviewed. It includes the following:
- research-based articles
- evidence-based clinical and support articles
- articles on policy and advances in services where these can be internationally applied.
Key areas of research covered include:
- clinical developments
- people's experience through qualitative research
- policy debates and outcomes
- inclusion and quality of life
- developmental issues
- population and epidemiological studies
- services developments
- evidence-based reviews of key practice issues.
The content of this new journal will be a key tool in building and disseminating evidence to change the way that professionals work with people with autism and to challenge traditional assumptions and ways of working. It will do this by:
- publishing the latest research with a focus on the implications for practice
- becoming a home for emerging research
- increasing awareness of and the profile of the health and care aspects of autism
- keeping readers up-to-date with the latest developments to improve the quality of life for people with autism and autism spectrum disorders.
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust,
- Steve Hardy
Gender and Diversity Editor
Partnerships in Care
- Verity Chester
- Jo Sharrocks
Journal Editorial Office (For queries related to pre-acceptance)
- Kevin Leslie Dsilva
Supplier Project Manager (For queries related to post-acceptance)
- Purnendu Shekhar
CREA (AMG Centre for Research and Evolution)
University of Toronto
International Educationalist Consultant
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Research Autism and University of Bath
National Autistic Society
South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Evangelisches Krankenhaus Königin-Elisabeth-Herzberge
King's College London
Leeds Autism Diagnositic Service (LADS)
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
King's College London
- Dr Marco Bertelli
American Sociological Association Publishing Options Database, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), SCOPUS.
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