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Aims and Scopes

The Journal of Physical Activity, Nutrition & Rehabilitation original has three sections (Physical Activity, Nutrition and Rehabilitation) and six units for each section:
1. Research Articles
2. Review Articles
3. Field Applications
4. e-Abstracts or e-Posters
5. Case Studies
6. Miscellaneous Issues referred to the scope of the Journal

More specifically the PANR welcomes original research, review articles and case studies in both English and Greek languages.

The PANR journal publishes original papers including but not limited to the following fields:

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Physical Education
– PE Learning Outcomes
– PE Pedagogy
– PE Teacher’s Career
– Physical Activity

Sports Studies
– Gender Issues and Ethnicity
– Sports Psychology
– Motor Control Learning
– Motor Development
– Violence among Fans and Athletes
– The Olympic Movement

Sports Medicine
– Catastrophic Injuries
– Abuse of Steroids and Other Drugs
– Sports Injury Evaluation
– Rehabilitation in Sports Medicine
– Sports Safety

Sports Management
– Sports Security
– Leadership
– Public Relations
– Marketing
– Law and Legal Issues in Sport

Sports Coaching
– Peak Performance (Goal Setting, Motivation, Skill Acquisition)
– Coaching Styles (Leadership, Management)
– Participation Rates
– Youth Coaching
– Sociology of Coaching
– Psychology of Coaching

Sports Fitness and Health
– Personal Training
– Childhood Obesity
– Obesity
– Exercise and Sport Physiology
– Strength and Conditioning
– Sports Biomechanics
– Sports Performance Enhancement
– Sports Nutrition

NUTRITION

– Nutrition and Disease
– Nutritional Epidemiology
– Nutrition and Public Health
– Nutrient – Gene Interactions

REHABILITATION

Sports Medicine/Physiotherapy
– Catastrophic Injuries
– Steroid and Other Drugs’ Use and Abuse
– Sports Injury Evaluation and Rehabilitation
– Sports Safety
– Bio-mechanics of Sports Injuries

Orthopedic Medicine, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
– Chronic Musculoskeletal Disorders
– Musculoskeletal Trauma
– Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
– Chronic Pain Syndromes
– Chronic Pain Management
– Biomechanics of the Musculoskeletal System

Neurology and Neurological Physiotherapy
– Adult and Child Neurological Rehabilitation
– Chronic Neurological Diseases
– Motor control in Neurological Diseases
– Neuro-developmental Treatment
– Sensory Integration

Cardiology, Pulmonary Medicine and Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy
– Adult and Child Cardiorespiratory Rehabilitation
– Ergophysiology and Ergometry
– Cardiorespiratory Pathology and Pathophysiology
– Chronic Cardiorespiratory Diseases