Publisher: The Federal State Budgetary Institution “National Medical Research Center of Rehabilitation and Balneology” of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

Media Registration Certificate: El. No. FS77-82612 of January 18, 2022

Year of establishment: 2012

Frequency: 4 issues per year

Language: Russian, English

Previous title: Russian Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine (RJRM) / Российский журнал восстановительной медицины (РЖВМ)


RJERM Mission:

The RJERM aims to promote progress in acquiring new knowledge and maintain a high scientific level of discussion on topical issues of ecological and regenerative medicine development, involving in this process the most qualified experts – researchers and practitioners; to communicate scientific knowledge about promising directions of science and practice in achieving the tasks of health saving, improving the quality and life expectancy of the population exposed to adverse factors of environment and activity. At the same time, the journal aims to provide an opportunity for exchange of views between professional researchers and health care organizers, those who actually make decisions and those who implement them.


RJERM’s field of interest:

Sanitary and epidemiological, hygienic, clinical and experimental research in the field of hygiene and environmental medicine, medical rehabilitation and health resort treatment, in the direction of developing new technologies of regenerative medicine and organizational and methodological approaches to improve the health, quality and duration of active life of the population, including those living and working in unfavorable environmental conditions, in particular the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, the Far North and areas equivalent to them.


Nomenclature of specialties:

1.5.15. Ecology

3.1.33. Restorative medicine, sports medicine, therapeutic physical training, balneology and physiotherapy

3.2.1.   Hygiene

3.2.3.   Public health, organization and sociology of public health


RJERM Rubrics:

  1. Scientific reviews

Analytical reviews of basic, applied and exploratory investigation, materials on the history of development, theoretical analysis of basic provisions, forecasts of further development of hygiene, environmental medicine and regenerative medicine from the perspective of modern public health.

The recommended volume is up to 45 000 characters.

  1. Original articles

Materials of clinical and experimental research based on representative material and corresponding to the principles of evidentiary medicine.

Recommended volume up to 25 000 characters.

  1. Short communications

Unique observations that are not subject to statistical processing descriptions of cases from the laboratory and medical practice of the authors.

Recommended volume up to 7 000 characters.

  1. Discussions and letters to the editor

Comments to published articles and responses to them by authors or editorial board members; reader suggestions and requests for publication of various topical materials.

Recommended volume up to 4 500 characters.

  1. Chronicle of scientific life

Information about seminars, conferences, congresses, exhibitions and other public scientific and practical events, congratulations on anniversaries, awards, obituaries.

Recommended volume up to 4 500 characters.


Editor-in-Chief: Bobrovnitsky Igor Petrovich, Dr. Sci. (Med.), Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Honored Physician of the Russian Federation, Laureate of the Russian Federation Government Prize in Science and Technology.

The editorial board and editorial council includes more than 40 well-known Russian and foreign scientists, including 10 academicians of Russian Academy of Sciences and 8 corresponding members of Russian Academy of Sciences.


The journal is indexed in the Russian Science Citation Index System (RSCI), which is a bibliographic and abstract index, implemented as a database that accumulates information about publications of Russian scientists in Russian and foreign scientific publications. The RSCI project has been developed since 2005 by the Science Digital Library (elibrary.ru).