About the Journal
Focus and scope
Journal of Audiology, Otoneurology and Phoniatrics (JAOP) is a quarterly scientific-medical journal aimed at national and international researchers, expert in audiology, otoneurology, phoniatrics and speech pathology. It has as a goal to publish original and unpublished research regarding diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of:
- Audiology (audition, hearing loss, tinnitus, hearing aids and cochlear implants);
- Otoneurology (dizziness, vertigo and gait instability);
- Phoniatrics (voice, swallowing and speech);
- Speech pathology (language, learning, behavior, attention, memory, aphasia).
Owing to its nature it is a publication of international scope that disseminates contributions in English language which are rigorously assessed by peers under the double blind modality. JAOP publishes original articles, clinical cases, review articles, brief communications and letters to the editor. Neither journalistic documents nor those that lack rigorous medical or scientific support are suitable for publication.
JAOP is an Open Access continuous publication, whose contents are disseminated under an international Creative Commons License Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0), without a publication fee; it is published and funded by Asociación Mexicana de Comunicación, Audiología, Otoneurología y Foniatría, A.C., which has Revista Mexicana de Comunicación, Audiología, Otoneurología y Foniatría, published from 2012 to 2017, as a background.
JAOP adheres to the general guidelines established by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) (www.icmje.org) and to the indications of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) (https://publicationethics.org/).