Tidsskriftet Fysioterapeuten is published by the Norwegian Physiotherapist Association. It was established in 1934 and now has a circulation of about 9.000.
It is distributed mainly to physiotherapists and students who are members of the association, but copies are also sent to libraries, institutions and health authorities.
Fysioterapeuten is a peer-review physiotherapy journal published online and print. It is an open-accessed journal, which means that all content is free of charge, and will be published on our website www.fysioterapeuten.no.
Publication language is mainly Norwegian, with an English summary published online for all scientific articles. The Journal follows the recommendations of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE).
The journal has 9 issues per year and contains news, feature stories and interviews from the world of physiotherapy and related areas. The journal's scientific articles are peer reviewed and indexed in the databases AMED, PEDro and SveMed+. We also allow articles in English, Swedish and Danish. All peer reviewed articles have English abstract and title.
Since 2002 a full text version of the journal has been freely available on our website: www.fysioterapeuten.no
This website is regularly updated with news on general health, physiotherapy research and professional development. All scientific articles from the journal are being published and indexed on our website.
The journal and its website is also Norway’s largest advertising arena for physiotherapists. That applies to physiotherapy products, job vacancies, meetings and conferences.
Fysioterapeuten is an open access journal distributed in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial lisence (CC BY-NC 4.0), which permits others to distribute, remix, adapt, build upon this work non-commercially, and license their derivative works on different terms, provided the original work is properly cited and the use is non-commercial. This license applies only to our published scientific articles.
We have a staff of four. The editor in chief is Ms. Dagrun Lindvaag.