The International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy was launched in 2004 in response to the demands of practitioners working with essential oils in healthcare and related professions. These therapists often use a range of application methods, styles and doses that may differ from the more traditional styles such as aromatherapy massage. Healthcare professionals also require a source of evidence based information in order to successfully integrate clinical aromatherapy within orthodox practice.
The IJCA meets these needs by presenting solid practitioner-orientated and evidence-based information in a professional format.
Unlike any other aromatherapy journal currently available, each issue has a specific theme, with all articles therein contributing valuable information concerning the chosen topic. Two issues are published per year.
All articles are peer reviewed and referenced where possible. Members of the editorial board are all highly experienced in the essential oil field.
News for 2012!
The IJCA is currently transitioning to an e-journal for 2012.
Special Supplementary Volume
As sponsor of Botanica2012, the IJCA will be releasing a special supplementary printed edition in September 2012. Attendees of Botanica2012 will receive this extra volume as part of their conference package. If you are not attending, you may pre-order your copy.
Call for articles
“The IJCA is the only authorative peer-reviewed publication on the practice of modern aromatherapy. To have your work published in this journal adds credibility to your work and brings it to the attention of aromatherapists all over the world.”
The Editorial Committee invites you to contribute to the Journal by sharing your experiences, questions and challenges within the pages of the IJCA. This can be in the form of letters, case studies or articles.
Getting your work into print is a challenging and rewarding process. Here is what some previous contributors to the IJCA have to say...
“The credibility that comes with having an article published in IJCA is invaluable, especially when working with medical professionals. The IJCA is a wonderful forum to advance clinical aromatherapy across the globe.”
“Within 2 weeks of my Asthma Case Study being published in the IJCA I began receiving emails from people thanking me for the information provided in the article. The experience of writing the article and the appreciation I received for it was truly satisfying.”
Submissions should be made electronically to the editor:
Editor: Rhiannon Harris
UPCOMING ISSUES FOR 2010
Volume 7 issue 1. INFECTION