HETI Journal : International Research and Practice
Practice. The focus of the journal is to advance knowledge about equine interactions in education and therapy services.
Some new developments have taken place in 2019 in order to better serve our members and the public:
- New online, rolling publication schedule – This means that articles become immediately available online upon completed editorial process and HETI members are notified when a new full-text article is available. The advantages are many, including less lead-time for published information to become accessible. We are excited to introduce online publishing in 2020.
- New roles have been added to the Editorial Team. Please visit our ‘Meet the team’ page to find out more.
- For an easier manuscript submission process in 2020, we are working with the Federation’s website developer on an online submission platform where authors can upload their manuscripts using the Journal web area. The overall editorial process, including the double blind peer-review, will remain the same.
- Finally, the peer-reviewed HETI Journal is focused on practitioners. We especially welcome submissions in the areas of case study and theory and practice, in addition to original research and letters to the editor. Please click here for submission guidelines.
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We welcome additional peer-reviewers to support the quality and relevance of the journal.HETI Journal uses a double-blind peer review system in which the author and reviewer are anonymous to each other.If you are interested in volunteering your time as a reviewer for the HETI Journal, Click Here for more information about the application process.