Physiological Measurement covers the quantitative measurement and visualization of physiological structure and function in clinical research and practice. More...
Introducing Physiological Measurement webinars
Presented by Dr Peter Charlton, King`s College London, the first webinar focuses on estimating respiratory rate from the electrocardiogram and photoplethysmogram. Click here to register and watch for free.
Injury measurement technique helps players get back in the game
A new method of measuring sports-related muscle injury could help provide accurate return-to-play time for athletes.
2017 Reviewer Award winners announced
As part of our commitment to recognise and reward peer review, IOP Publishing is delighted to announce our Outstanding Reviewer Awards winners for 2017. The best reviewers from each journal have been carefully selected by our Editors based on quality, quantity and timeliness of their reviews. Click here to see the list of winners for Physiological Measurement.
Peer Review forms the backbone of scholarly communication, providing essential rigour and validation for published papers. IOP Publishing wishes to thank everyone that provides this valuable service, and especially recognise those who contribute exceptional reviews. Congratulations to all the winners!
Introducing Physiological Measurement Letters
Physiological Measurement now offers a dedicated high quality, high profile outlet for outstanding short papers reporting important, timely new developments. Letters benefit from expedited review and should be accompanied by a written justification. Find out more here.
Physiological Measurement is introducing a structured format for abstracts. In future when submitting to Physiological Measurement please format your abstract under the following headings: Objective, Approach, Main results, Significance. This does not apply to topical reviews or editorials.
Referee reward programme
A new referee reward programme has been introduced which offers referees a 10% credit towards the cost of publishing on a gold open access basis when they review an article. Find out more.
Open access option
Physiological Measurement is pleased to announce that we are now offering authors the option of having the final version of their journal article published on an open access basis, in exchange for an article publication fee of £1700/$2700/€1950 (excluding VAT where applicable).