Headache Medicine (p-ISSN 2178-7468 and e-ISSN 2763-6178), created in 2010, is the scientific publication of the Brazilian Headache Society (SBCe). During the period 1994-2009 it was titled Migraneas & Cefaleias (ISSN 1678-6270).
Headache Medicine aims to attract specialists in headache, working in continuing education with clinical and experimental publications. Also aiming to stimulate research with animal models to better understand the pathophysiology of diseases and drug action. Monitor innovations in the area of headache diagnosis and treatment.
Areas of interest: The editorial board accepts manuscripts in English on headache and orofacial pain. Our scope encompasses clinical and experimental, qualitative and quantitative research.
Types of articles: Articles are published in each edition in ordered sections: editorial, opinion, reviews, original, clinical correspondence, case report, image in headache, and thesis.
Periodicity: It publishes four issues per year. From 2023 on, the Headache Medicine will be published continuously.
All articles are peer-reviewed (simple blind), and the editor responsible for the evaluation process is informed in the published article.
Author charges: Headache Medicine is an open-access journal and does not charge fees for article submission, review, and publication. All processes are performed electronically.
The responsibility for the scientific information in the articles is the exclusive responsibility of the authors. Headache Medicine content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY).
Headache Medicine respects the Ethical Conduct and Good Publication Practices (Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing) published by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), and the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME), the Singapore and Hong Kong Declaration on Research Integrity.
Headache Medicine uses the LOCKSS protocol as a digital archiving policy for document preservation.