This month Arthritis Research & Therapy (AR&T) published the final installment of its 10th anniversary issue, ‘The Scientific Basis of Rheumatology: A Decade of Progress‘ – a comprehensive, up-to-date and freely available rheumatology reference work spanning more than 400 pages.
This special, four-part collection of 38 review articles – commissioned to celebrate AR&T’s 10 years of publication and published over the past 12 months – has been written by an internationally recognised group of experts with the aim of providing clinicians and researchers with a detailed overview of the current status of basic, translational and clinical research in rheumatology. The articles outline the biologic processes underlying rheumatic diseases and analyse the most significant developments in specific rheumatic diseases from the past decade.
View the full table of contents on the journal website.
“The past 10 years have seen an explosion of new information in rheumatology research” said AR&T Editors-in-Chief, Peter E Lipsky and Ravinder N. Maini. “This collection produced for AR&T’s 10th anniversary will help readers around the world understand the nature of the new developments that not only should stimulate additional interdisciplinary research on unsolved problems but also foster the timely application of this new knowledge into better patient care.”
All articles in this collection have been freely available immediately on publication without a subscription, along with all editorials, letters and research articles published in the AR&T. Reviews
in the regular journal issues published more than 6 months previously
are also available to non-subscribers. A free 30-day online trial
subscription is available via the website.