CMTR Open Access

CMTRO is an online publication and forum for case discussion and scientific articles related to all aspects of craniomaxilofacial trauma and reconstruction

AOCMF CMTR Journal Open Access

Craniomaxillofacial Trauma & Reconstruction Open (CMTR Open) is an Open Access companion journal to Craniomaxillofacial Trauma & Reconstruction publishing case reports and original articles covering all aspects of surgery of the head, face and jaw. Of interest to specialists working in ophthalmology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, otolaryngology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, dentistry, facial plastic surgery and trauma surgery, CMTR Open is an official publication of AOCMF.

CMTRO, with its own Web Editorial Board and submission system, complies with the same strict scientific standards as the CMTR, and has the same peer review process. The new e-journal is also closely linked to the AOCMF website, to create a lively, online forum for discussion with authors, experts, and the AOCMF community. 

As an Open Access publication, all articles in CMTR Open are made freely available for all to read and download from Thieme E-Journals.

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Why should you publish in CMTR Open?

 

  • Open Access articles are available to read for everybody, immediately and permanently: readers have access to your article independently of their libraries' journal collection. This allows a much higher visibility of your publication, as there are no restrictions in viewing it.

  • Rapid online publication and manuscript submission: publishing Open Access also means that you can immediately share your research with your peers around the world. The Open Access model also allows fast publication of your paper. As soon as it is reviewed and accepted, it can be published online and will be available on online.

  • Rigorous peer-review by leading specialists

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