Published by the Institute of Physics Publishing Ltd on behalf of IPEM
Physiological Measurement covers the quantitative measurement and visualization of physiological structure and function in clinical research and practice, with an emphasis on the development of new methods of measurement and their validation.
Physiological Measurement publishes papers about the quantitative assessment and visualization of physiological function in clinical research and practice, with an emphasis on the development of new methods of measurement and their validation.
Papers are published on topics including:
- applied physiology in illness and health
- electrical bioimpedance, optical and acoustic measurement techniques
- advanced methods of time series and other data analysis
- biomedical and clinical engineering
- in-patient and ambulatory monitoring
- point-of-care technologies
- novel clinical measurements of cardiovascular, neurological, and musculoskeletal systems.
- measurements in molecular, cellular and organ physiology and electrophysiology
- physiological modeling and simulation
- novel biomedical sensors, instruments, devices and systems
- measurement standards and guidelines.
The journal encourages publication of data and code as well as results.
Physiological Measurement is an interdisciplinary journal. Authors of each article are therefore asked to ensure that at least the title and abstract of their article are understandable to researchers in other disciplines and to supply suitable keywords as a concise method of describing its general research topic in both clinical and scientific terms.