The Japanese Society for Pediatric Renal Failure (JSPRF) was established in 1979 and currently has 633 members. Their mission is to ensure that children born and living across Japan as well as their families can benefit from pediatric nephrology practice and treatment of assurance and quality. JSPRF is also trying to further improve the standard of pediatric nephrology care, provide and strengthen a sound system of pediatric nephrology practice, boost research activities in pediatric nephrology and their advancement, and to secure and train human resources.
Japanese Society for Pediatric Renal Failure (JSPRF)
Annual Journal Metrics
37.6 days to first decision for reviewed manuscripts only
28.5 days to first decision for all manuscripts
118.9 days from submission to acceptance
25 days from acceptance to publication
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