Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences
official publication of the CNSF national specialty societies
The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences (CJNS) is the official publication of the six Member Societies of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation (CNSF); The Canadian Neurological Society (CNS), Canadian Neurosurgical Society (CNSS), Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists (CSCN), Canadian Association of Child Neurology (CACN), Canadian Society of Neuroradiology (CSNR) and the Canadian Stroke Consortium (CSC).
The Journal is a widely circulated, internationally recognized medical journal publishing peer-reviewed articles in all disciplines of the neurosciences. The Journal is published in January, March, May, July, September, and November in an online format.
The first Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences was published in 1974 in Winnipeg. In 1981, the Journal became
the official publication of the member societies of the CNSF.
THE JOURNAL TODAY
Today, the Journal continues to encourage the publication of papers from all branches of the neurosciences. Journal policy is based on the firm belief that specialists working on the nervous system share many common interests and have important ideas to communicate to each other.
The Journal publishes original work in both the clinical and basic neurosciences. The circulation is currently 9,500 and consists of society members, non-members and institutions in Canada, the United States and abroad.
CNSF Members have exclusive access to the most current year of this publication which includes “Magazine View” of each issue. All other articles are open access.
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Benefit of CNSF Membership
CNSF Members receive an online subscription to the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences with exclusive access to the most 'Current Publication' and the 'Magazine View' of each issue.
Members submitting an article to the CJNS have the added benefit to receive GOLD open access at half price.