Responding to global challenges and change: Working with our community to connect, develop and lead (Editorial)

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Whitworth, Anne
Cardell, Elizabeth
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2021
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This issue of International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (IJSLP) heralds the first collection of papers for 2021. While challenges arose in 2020 due to the pandemic that infiltrated all aspects of life, impacting, for example, the distribution of IJSLP to your door, and unplanned delays as reviewers redirected their energies to the home front, IJSLP continued to thrive, attracting and publishing a high quality array of articles that covered a broad range of contemporary clinical and theoretical issues. The release of the 2019 Impact Factors built on previous growth, with a substantial increase in Impact Factor to 1.733, ranking 34/187 in the Linguistics category. The journal’s 2019 CiteScore was 2.6, ranking 2/12 in the Research and Theory Scopus category. IJSLP has also moved from a Q2 journal to Q1, with a large increase in downloads. During 2020, article downloads increased by 25% compared to the previous year, already 30% higher than 2018, ensuring IJSLP is continuing to publish papers of high relevance and interest. Submissions have continued to rise each year, including international submissions.

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International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology
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23
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1
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Clinical sciences
Cognitive and computational psychology
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Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology
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Whitworth, A; Cardell, E, Responding to global challenges and change: Working with our community to connect, develop and lead (Editorial), International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 2021, 23 (1), pp. 1-2
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