About the Journal
Founded in 2013, PAJAR is an interdisciplinary magazine that aims to publish unpublished works that address the theme of aging. In these years of uninterrupted operation, published seven volumes containing a total of 72 articles, and three supplements (Abstracts of the 10th South-Brazilian Congress of Geriatrics and Gerontology and 19th Winter Day of the Brazilian Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology / RS - 2017; I Symposium of the Network of Interdisciplinary Aging Programs [Reprinte] - 2017; Abstracts of the 20th Winter Day of the Brazilian Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology of Rio Grande do Sul [SBGG-RS] - 2018).
Ageing, palliative care, death, longevity, health care.
Submitted texts are formally evaluated first by the editorial staff, who may request corrections and additions. Texts that do not fall within the scope of the Journal, that do not meet mandatory requirements or that are not adequate within the established deadline will be archived.
Once the admissibility of the submission has been verified, two opinions are requested from people specialised in the subject, which will be used by the publishers, with the latter remaining the final decision. Publication of papers is subject to compliance with its recommendations. The evaluation takes into account the originality of the treatment of the theme, the consistency and rigor of the approach, its contribution and its adequacy to the journal's thematic line.
The review system is double-blind: the names of the reviewers will remain confidential and the names of the authors before the reviewers will also be omitted.
Evaluators are expected to be objective in their assessment. If there is any conflict of interest or difficulty in making a judgment without significant influence from external factors, they should contact the editors. They are expected to indicate relevant literature if not accepted in the text.
The text and other information provided in the evaluation process should be treated confidentially and may not be used for any other purpose.
This journal provides open access to all its content, following the principle that free access to scientific research generates a greater global exchange of knowledge.
The authors are original owners and will be responsible for the originality and authorship of their creation, not being the publisher penalised, civil or criminally, for eventual plagiarism or inappropriate content.
Unprecedented and originality
By submitting the manuscript, the authors ensure that the work has not been previously published or is being reviewed by another journal.
Literal copies of excerpts already published will not be accepted, except in exceptional cases, in the form of quotation. Illustrations and graphics from other sources must be credited, or accompanied by permission of their copyright holders, if applicable.
Error correction and retractions
Authors must commit to the publishing house, delivering the text in appropriate language and suitable for publication. However, you must notify the publisher if an error is identified in order to publish an erratum.
The text submitted for evaluation is a document and will be protected from any form of exploitation.
Listing and legal deposit data
Cataloging form prepared by the Information Processing Sector of the PUCRS Central Library. The legal deposit is made at the National Library.
Article Submission Fees and Article Processing Fees (APCs) Policy
This journal does not charge fees for publication.
Thematic coverage coded according to CNPq classification, identifying first and second levels
- Qualis/Main Area:
- B3 Physical Education
- B4 Law
- B4 Interdisciplinary
- B5 Collective Health
- B5 Medicine II
- B5 Sociology
- C Biological Sciences I
- Period: Quadrennium 2013-2016