The Saudi Journal of Radiology is a new journal dedicated to publishing cutting-edge research in the field of radiological sciences.

The journal is officially licensed and registered by the Saudi Ministry of Media (reg: 493384) and King Fahad National Library (reg: 1442/10016; e-ISSN: 1658-8959).


Aim and Scope
The Saudi Journal of Radiology (SJR) is a new open-access scientific journal publishing original research, original research, review, and editorial articles on all aspects of diagnostic radiology and medical imaging. The journal also welcomes submissions related to medical physics, radiation protection, and quality assurance. The journal may also consider studies related to radiological education and training.

Open access
All articles published by the SJR can be accessed online immediately upon publication for free and forever. We are determined to make science open for everyone without subscription charges or registration paywalls.

Publishing in SJR
As a new journal, SJR welcomes submissions from around the world. There are currently no publishing charges. The journal will cover all costs related to the publishing and production of accepted articles.

SJR indexing
As a new journal, SJR aspires to be indexed in major indexing and bibliographic databases. The editorial board have devised a plan to apply once the first volumes of SJR are published. SJR follows the best bibliographic and publishing practices to enable indexing in the top databases.

I am delighted to announce the launch of the Saudi Journal of Radiology (SJR). We have established this journal intending to provide a space for high-quality and thought-provoking research inclusive of a diverse range of voices, including academics, researchers, scholars, and post-graduate students. ‏

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Medical Interns' Skill Levels in Emergency Chest X-ray Interpretation

Abdullah A Alburah, Renad S. AlSubaie, Mohammed A. Almuhanna , Mohammed Hazem


Assessing Z-Axis Coverage Compliance in Common CT Scans Across Saudi Arabian Hospitals: A Clinical Audit

Abdulrahman Almutairi, Haney Alsleem, Mousa Alsleem, Mujtaba Al Khamees, Mohammed Alatiyah, Mohammed Alkhalifah, Mohammed Almohaisen, Abdullah Alothman, Faisal Mohammed Al-Qahtani


RSSA-Radiologic physics

RSSA-Radiology Education

RSSA-Patient Perception of Radiologists’ Roles in Medical Care in Saudi Arabia

Fadi A. Toonsi, Khadija Alaidarous, Reem AlAhmadi, Wid Kattan, Walid Asaad


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