New content on Disability Research by King Salman Center for Disability Research

New content on Disability Research by King Salman Center for Disability Research

ScienceOpen is constantly working to build new partnerships that benefit our communities as a whole by advocating open science, enabling a more accessible scholarly landscape online, and promoting diverse perspectives on our discovery network.

Today, we are excited to announce that the King Salman Center for Disability Research has joined ScienceOpen, increasing the content available in disability studies by adding hundreds of articles, books, and book chapters on its new collection.

The mission of the King Salman Center for Disability Research is to foster a global platform for addressing disability through research and empowerment. Its content will now be published alongside 83 million publications on ScienceOpen, allowing people to access cutting-edge research in just a few clicks.

Science benefiting people

The King Salman Center for Disability Research, established by King Salman bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia, strives to help all sectors of society deal with and meet the needs of people with disabilities. Today, KSCDR is one of the few centers in the Arab and Islamic world dealing with scientific research specializing in disability concerns.

The Center is built to support the establishment of the best scientific applications and the preparation of scientific programs aimed at addressing disability, and encouraging intervention in various fields of prevention, care, and rehabilitation.

The new ScienceOpen collection includes research output sponsored or endorsed by KSCDR, creating a forum for addressing disability via research and empowerment, as well as publications from the Journal for Disability Research, which seeks to encourage a greater understanding of disability and research into finding ways and means to urge rehabilitation, identifying steps towards improving the quality of life for people with disabilities

You can now submit your work for the 2023 edition directly through ScienceOpen on the KSCDR Collection page. Simply click the Submit a Manuscript button on the collection page to be redirected to the submission requirements information page.

ScienceOpen’s engagement and dissemination tools assist authors featured in the collection and scholarly communities in general by improving scientific communication in the field of disability research, through the promotion of interdisciplinary perspectives from the field.

Start exploring the collection today and get some inspiration from the editor picks below:

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