Revistas e Journals digitais
As Bibliotecas do Politécnico disponibilizam o acesso a um conjunto de revistas e journals digitais de referência nas áreas da Educação e da Saúde.
Babel is a scholarly journal designed primarily for translators, interpreters and terminologists (T&I), yet of interest also for nonspecialist concerned with current issues and events in the field. The scope of Babel is intentional and embraces a multitude of disciplines built on the following pillars: T&I theory, practice, pedagogy, technology, history, sociology, and terminology management. Another important segment of this journal includes articles on the development and evolution of the T&I professions: new disciplines, growth, recognition, Codes of Ethics, protection, and prospects. The creation of Babel was proposed on the initiative of Pierre-François Caillé, founding president of the Fédération Internationale des Traducteurs (FIT) and approved by the first FIT Congress of 1954 in Paris. Babel continues to be published for FIT and each issue contains a section dedicated to THE LIFE OF FIT. Articles for Babel are normally published in English or French but we also accept articles in Arabic, Chinese, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish. Babel is published for the International Federation of Translators (FIT).
Target promotes the scholarly study of translational phenomena from any part of the world and welcomes submissions of an interdisciplinary nature. The journal’s focus is on research on the theory, history, culture and sociology of translation and on the description and pedagogy that underpin and interact with these foci. We welcome contributions with a theoretical, empirical, or applied focus. We especially welcome papers on topics at the cutting edge of the discipline, as well as shorter positioning statements which may encourage discussion by contributors to the “Forum” section of the journal. The purpose of the review section is to introduce and discuss the most important publications in the field and to reflect its evolution. Target now also publishes translations of its articles and reviews into multiple languages which are linked to the original article, bringing into practice the journal’s core topic and honoring multilingualism.
With more than one quarter of all occupational therapists currently working in educational settings, the absence of a comprehensive resource on research and issues related to school-practice has been a problem for practitioners who don’t have ready access to university libraries. The Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools & Early Intervention provides a much-needed single source for articles that examine innovative practice methods, strategies for effective decision-making, and the latest evidence-based research findings consistent with current professional policies and guidelines. This unique, peer-reviewed journal focuses on early intervention and schools but also includes other settings (home, clinics, juvenile justice system) to help promote the seamless transition of effective services for children and adolescents.
The Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools & Early Intervention translates policy into practice with research findings, opinion pieces, and “how-to” articles that examine topic areas including early intervention, preschool, elementary, and secondary, as well as general areas including administration, theory, continuing competency, and advocacy. In addition, the journal presents regular features on documentation tips, grants and funding, adaptive equipment, therapy activities, administration and work design, and Internet resources, reviews therapy “tools” (books, software, etc.), and keeps you posted on disability updates, as well as policy changes and changes in legislation.
The Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools & Early Intervention also devotes entire issues to vital topics that require more in-depth examination, including:
- assistive technology in early intervention and schools
- evidence-based practice
- play and leisure
- communities of practice and collaboration
The Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools & Early Intervention is an essential resource for OTs working in early intervention and schools, an invaluable training tool for OT educators and administrators, and a helpful guide for anyone involved in the service design and implementation of programs for children and adolescents with disabilities.
Peer Review Policy: All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by two anonymous reviewers.
An essential journal for all OTs in mental health fields, Occupational Therapy in Mental Health provides professionals with a forum in which to discuss today’s challenges – identifying the philosophical and conceptual foundations of the practice; sharing innovative evaluation and treatment techniques; learning about and assimilating new methodologies developing in related professions; and communicating information about new practice settings and special problem areas particular to psychiatric occupational therapy. Authors are strongly encouraged to submit manuscripts electronically. If submitting a disk, it should be prepared using MS Word and should be clearly labeled with the authors’ names, file name, and software program used.
Peer Review Policy: All review papers in this journal have undergone editorial screening and peer review.
The primary mission of AJOT is to publish peer-reviewed research examining the effectiveness and efficiency of occupational therapy practice so that occupational therapy professionals can make informed, evidence-based decisions about best practice. In addition, the journal aims to publish
(1) research documenting the reliability and validity of occupational therapy instruments;
(2) studies demonstrating a relationship between occupational engagement and the facilitation of community participation and health;
(3) articles that provide a forum for scholars to debate professional issues that affect education, practice, and research.
AJOT publishes 6 issues per year and has additional supplements. Articles cover topics such as:
- children and youth;
- mental health;
- rehabilitation, disability, and participation;
- productive aging;
- health and wellness;
- work and industry;
- professional issues.
This comprehensive journal is recognized for its useful balance of research and clinical practice articles. For more than 25 years Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics has functioned as a forum for rehabilitation health care professionals and scientists to share research that advances preventative, clinical, educational and therapeutic practices. The issues addressed in the journal focus on current, emerging and innovative areas of care and prevention that cross the healthcare continuum that support evidence-informed management of the older client including: health and wellness; prevention of aging-related functional decline and injury; innovative programming; clinical and technological advances; policy, and the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for working with older clients.
Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics is innovative and timely. In addition to the wealth of information found in each scheduled issue, occasional thematic issues devoted to critical issues or professional challenges will become frequently used references in personal libraries. Past thematic issues have focused on:
- Aging in place
- Community mobility: driving and the elderly
- Complementary and alternative interventions medicine in geriatrics
- Therapeutic interventions for persons with dementia
- Teaching students about geriatric research
- Practice and program implications for aging with a developmental disability