(Updated: 2022/01/31)

About the journal


Basic Information


The journal Cadernos Brasileiros de Terapia Ocupacional/Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy (ISSN 2526-8910) is the continuation of the Cadernos de Terapia Ocupacional da UFSCar (Printed ISSN 0104-4931, Electronic ISSN 2238-2860), wich started in 1990. Since the issue 25, 2, 2017, it is called Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy.

It aimed at the dissemination of unpublished works coming from original scientific research in the Occupational Therapy area, together with the areas of Health, Education, Culture and Social Assistance and Occupational Science. It emphasizes on studies about physical, sensory, mental, psychological and/or social problems related to daily life and human do, articulated to the participation, autonomy and inclusion of subjects (individual and collective) in their social life.

The journal accepts papers written in English, Spanish or Portuguese and its target public includes researchers, professors, students and practitioners from the field of Occupational Therapy and other related fields, both in Brazil and internationally.

Its abbreviated title is Braz. Jour. Occup. Ther., which should be used in bibliographies, footnotes and bibliographical references and strips.

Frequency: Continuous publication.




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Intellectual Property

  All content of the journal, except where identified, is licensed under a Creative Commons attribution-type BY  




The publication receives funding from:

  • Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar



Editorial Board



  • Ana Paula Serrata Malfitano, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil


Associate Editor

  • Roseli Esquerdo Lopes, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil


Section Editors

  • Adriana Miranda Pimentel, Universidade Federal da Bahia - UFBA, Salvador, BA, Brasil
  • Ana Luiza Alegretti, UT Health San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, Estados Unidos
  • Beatriz Prado Pereira, Universidade Federal da Paraíba -UFPB, João Pessoa, PB, Brasil
  • Carmen Aleida Fernadez Moreno, UniversidadeNacional da Colômbia, Bogotá, Colômibia.
  • Daniel Marinho Cezar da Cruz, Leeds Beckett University, Headingley, UK
  • Daniela Edelvis Testa, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Daniela Tavares Gontijo, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife, PE, Brasil
  • Isabela Aparecida de Oliveira Lussi, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil
  • Iza de Faria-Fortini, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG, Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil
  • Luzia Iara Pfeifer, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil
  • Marcia Maria Pires Camargo Novelli, Universidade Federal de São Paulo – UNIFESP, Santos, SP, Brasil
  • Marta Carvalho de Almeida, Universidade de São Paulo – USP-SP, São Paulo, SP, Brasil.
  • Milton Carlos Mariotti, Universidade Federal do Paraná - UFPR, Curitiba, PR, Brasil
  • Nilson Rogerio Silva, Universidade Estadual Paulista - Unesp, Marília, SP, Brasil
  • Rodolfo Morrison Jarra, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
  • Tatiana Pontes, Boston University, Boston, MA, Estados Unidos
  • Vagner dos Santos, Charles Sturt University, Port Macquarie, Austrália


Editorial Comission

  • Adriana Leão, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo - UFES, Vitória, ES, Brasil
  • Alexander Agudelo Orozco, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia
  • Ana Cláudia Marques, Association pour le Développment, I’Enseignement et la Recherche en Ergothérapie, Paris, França
  • Ana Cláudia Vasconcelos Martins de Souza Lima, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco – UFPE, Recife, PE, Brasil
  • Andrea Donatti Gallassi, Universidade de Brasília – UnB, Brasília, DF, Brasil
  • Bethan Collins, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
  • Claudia Maria Simões Martinez, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil
  • Cristina Yoshie Toyoda, Universidade Estadual Paulista- UNESP, Marília, SP, Brasil
  • Debbie Laliberte Rudman, University of Western Ontario, Canadá
  • Dikaios Sakellariou, Cardiff University, School of Healthcare Sciences, Cardiff, United Kingdom.
  • Elelwani L. Ramugondo, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Eliana Maria Anjos Furtado, Centro Universitário Metodista, Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil.
  • Ellie Fossey, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Fatima Corrêa Oliver, Universidade de São Paulo - USP, São Paulo, SP, Brasil.
  • Helene Polatajko, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canadá.
  • Heloisa Gagheggi Ravanini Gardon Gagliardo, Universidade Estadual de Campinas – UNICAMP, Campinas, SP, Brasil.
  • Kátia Vanessa Pinto de Meneses, Universidade de Brasília – UnB, Brasília, DF, Brasil.
  • Lenin C. Grajo, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, New York, United States.
  • Lilian Vieira Magalhães, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil
  • Linda Renton, Queen Margaret University, Edimburgo, United Kingdom.
  • Lívia de Castro Magalhães, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – UFMG, Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil
  • Marcus Vinícius Machado de Almeida, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro – UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil
  • Maria Luisa Guillaumon Emmel, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil
  • Marilene Calderaro da Silva Munguba, Universidade Federal do Ceará - UFC, Fortaleza, CE, Brasil
  • Marisa Cotta Mancini, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – UFMG, Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil
  • Mark Kovic, Midwestern University, Downers Grove, United States.
  • Michelle Selma Hahn, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil
  • Patrícia Raquel da Silva Fernandes, Instituto de Educação, Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal, Portugal
  • Regina Helena Vitale Torkomian Joaquim, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil
  • Rosa Maria de Araujo Mitre, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz – FIOCRUZ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil
  • Salvador Simó Algado, Universitat de Vic, Vic, Espanha
  • Sandra Maria Galheigo, Universidade de São Paulo – USP, São Paulo, SP, Brasil
  • Selma Lancman, Universidade de São Paulo – USP, São Paulo, SP, Brasil
  • Thelma Simões Matsukura, Universidade Federal de São Carlos-UFSCar, São Carlos, SP, Brasil
  • Valeria Meirelles Carril Elui, Universidade de São Paulo – USP, Ribeirão Preto, SP, Brasil
  • Valerie Wright-St Clair, Auckland University of Tecnology (AUT University), Auckland, New Zealand


Editorial Production

  • Editorial Secretariat:
    Mariana Gurian Manzini
  • Technology and Informatics:
    Éder José Santarpio


Communication and Social Media

  • Jaime Daniel Leite Junior



Instructions to authors


Scope and Policy


Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy emphasizes on studies about physical, sensory, mental, psychological and/or social problems related to daily life and human do, articulated to the participation, autonomy and inclusion of subjects (individual and collective).

The journal’s mission is to publish original works that contribute to the debate on topics of common interest to the field of Occupational Therapy and correlated research from the fields of Health, Education, Culture and Social Science and Occupational Science.

Articles submitted for publication must be consistent with the journal's mission and should be written in Portuguese, English or Spanish by national or international researchers, academics, students and practitioners in the fields of Occupational Therapy and related areas.

Even though the majority of submissions tend to come from research conducted in different regions of Brazil, all articles are subjected to a strict international standards-based peer review process that also seeks to make accepted works suitable both for national and international dissemination and interest.

Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy follows the principles of ethics in scientific publications that are contained in the code of conduct of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Code of Ethics American Educational Research Association, the Good Scientific Practices Code – FAPESP and the Council of Science Editors - CSE related to publication.

To promote the research integrity, the strengthening and transparency in the process, all the material published is in accordance with the Guide to Good Practices for Strengthening Ethics in Scientific Publication and the Open Science Compliance Form.

Peer Review Process

A double-blind peer review process is adopted. The texts are submitted online and, if they are in accordance with the publication rules, they are sent to one of the Section Editors for an initial evaluation.

At this stage, the relevance of submission to the journal's scope are valued and the relevance and originality of the topic and the adequacy and density of the theoretical-methodological approach used is highlighted, among other formal aspects considered. Only texts approved at this stage will be forwarded to the next stages of merit evaluation. Texts not approved at this stage will be sent by the Section Editors to the Editor-in-Chief for finalization of the process.

If the text is approved in the initial evaluation by the Section Editor, he will indicate two ad hoc reviewers, according to the research topic, who shall issue an opinion with the analysis of the text and with the indication of review, accepted or not for publication, within 30 days, according to criteria of content relevance, argumentative consistency, theoretical and methodological coherence, structural adequacy and contributions to the advancement of knowledge in the area.

Texts entering into peer review after the review process will be forwarded to the authors with the editorial decision, indicating required reviews and/or final decision to accept and/or refuse. In the case of required reviews, the texts will be returned to the authors for adequacy and a new round of evaluation will be requested from Section Editors and/or ad hoc reviewers.

The Chief Editors are responsible for communicating with Section Editors and with reviewers when necessary. The final decision on each text submitted to the journal is up to them.

Once the analysis stage has been completed by the ad hoc reviewers and Section Editors, the Editor-in-Chief will issue the final opinion (in which the anonymity of the reviewers is preserved) and it will be expressed as follows:

a) Accepted for Publication: The work is accepted integrally for publication in one of the next issues of the journal, according to the chronological criterion of the conclusion of the analysis process.

b) Requested Reviews: The modifications must be made by the author, who will receive the opinion with the recommendations, returning the work within the stipulated period and with the changes made highlighted in a different color for the conference. In the case of a large number of requested changes, the article will be forwarded to Section Editors and/or ad hoc reviewers, after adapted by the author, for a new analysis, and it may be accepted or rejected.

c) Refused: Refusal of publication with the due justification given by the Editor-in-Chief, considering the analysis of each of the ad hoc reviewers, given to the authors, preserving the identity of the reviewers.

All opinions will be known to the authors, ad hoc reviewers, and Section Editors.

If the author disagrees with the opinion received, he may request a review from the journal's editor. If the editor evaluates the review as appropriate, he will forward the request to the same reviewers and section editors, or to the ad-hoc, depending on the case.

The jornal follows ethical procedures throughout its publishing process, from submission to the review of papers, and deviation from acceptable academic conduct is not tolerated, whether on the part of the Editorial Board or Authors. As from later 2016 the journal adopted the CrossCheck system to actively look for plagiarized or uncited content in submitted articles.

All the Authors, Editors, and Referees are encouraged to learn and follow the guidelines provided by the Committee on Publication Ethics - (COPE) in all the stages of the publishing process.

Studies involving experiments with humans or animals must be approved by an Institutional Research Ethics Committee.

Clinical trials must register in the Brazilian Registry of Clinical Trials - REBEC or other with the same goal.

The journal adopts the system IThenticate to see evidence of plagiarism in the submitted texts.
Suspicions of misconduct of any kind and at any level or stage should be reported by e-mail directly to the Editor-in-Chief.

All cases involving suspected misconduct will rigorously be investigated by the periodical to clarify any doubts. In this sense, there is a commitment to the publication of corrections, clarifications, retractions, as well as notes of concern, if needed.

When submitting papers for review, Authors should:

  • Observe criteria used to assign authorship for only the researchers involved in the study, not naming as coauthors those who did not actually participate in the study;
  • Cite and correctly reference all data and interpretations of data from other publications;
  • Report any conflict of interest for all authors;
  • Report all financial sources;
  • Submit to review only unpublished papers that are not simultaneously submitted to other periodicals, ensuring the reliability and authenticity of data;
  • Report retractions or corrections of errors whenever necessary;

When receiving an invitation to review any paper, Referees should be committed to:

  • Refuse the invitation if there is any conflict of interest;
  • Provide a rigorous review;
  • Accept invitations only when capable of completing the review by the deadline;
  • Report any potentially relevant references already published but not cited in the text;
  • Keep strict confidentiality in regard to papers reviewed, not discussing them with colleagues nor using information for the reviewer's own benefit until the paper's publication.

Editors should always:

  • Ensure that the peer review process is based on academic neutrality and impartiality;
  • Ensure the confidentiality of Referees;
  • Assess and investigate all cases in which there is suspicion of misconduct or unethical behavior;
  • Prevent financial interests from compromising ethical standards of publication;
  • Ensure to the best of their ability that there is no plagiarism, fraudulent data or results.

Clinical Trials

Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy supports policies for the clinical trials registry from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), acknowledging the importance of these initiatives for the international recording and dissemination of information regarding clinical studies, with open access. Therefore, when addressing clinical research, only papers presenting an identification number in one of the Clinical Trials Registries validated by criteria established by WHO and ICMJE (addresses are available at ICMJE's site will be accepted for publication. The identification number must be presented at the end of the abstract.

Copyright Notice

The “Statement of Responsibility, Copyright and License Agreement” according to the model below must be signed by all the authors and sent during the article submission. At the time of submission of the article, the authors must send the Declaration of Responsibility, Conflict of Interest and Transfer of Copyright according to the model described below, signed by all authors.

Statement of Responsibility, Copyright and License Agreement

Title of work:

I certify that I participated in the conception of the work to make public my responsibility for its content, as well as that I presented the pertinent information about the sources of funds received for the development of the research. I affirm that there are no connections or agreements between the authors and funding sources that characterize a real, potential or apparent conflict of interest that may have affected the results of this work.

I certify that when the research involved experiments with human beings there was appreciation and approval by the Ethics Committee of the relevant institution and that the disclosure of images was authorized, assuming full responsibility for it.

I certify that the text is original and that the work, in part or in full, or any other material of my authorship with substantially similar content, has not been sent to another journal, in printed or electronic format.

I certify that, if requested, I will provide or fully cooperate in obtaining and providing the data upon which the text is based, for review by the editors.

Author(s) full name(s) and signature:

Open Access License Agreement

Authors must send the Agreement with the Open Access License signed (by all), according to the model below:

The journal 'Cadernos Brasileiros de Medicina Occupational Therapy/Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy' is published according to the Open Access model and opting for the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license.

We, the Authors of the undersigned “TITLE” article, declare that we have read and agree to the terms of the above license.

Author(s) full name(s) and signature:

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Form and preparation of manuscripts



Section Policies

The Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy/Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy publishes the following types of studies, which must be linked to the scope of the journal:

Original Article: A text that results from research of a theoretical and/or empirical nature addressing topics of interest in the field of Occupational Therapy (preferably structured into: Introduction, Objectives, Method, Results, Discussion and Conclusion, with at most 10 thousand words, including bibliographic references).

Review Article and/or Article for Literature Updating: It refers to a synthesis of published studies concerning a given period and set of sources, accompanied by a critical and/or descriptive analysis that allows deeper understanding of the topic under study (with at most 8 thousand words, including bibliographic references). The journal prioritizes articles of systematic review, since these studies increase the scientific character and the evidences on a certain topic. In cases ofSystematic Review, the journal recommends the criteria adopted by PRISMA.

Experience Report: Experience reports portray professional experiences concerning individuals, groups and/or communities, which results from interventions that contribute to reflection on the practice of Occupational Therapy. Experience reports can be presented as a description of actions concerning research, teaching, or services (with at most 5 thousands words, including bibliographic references).

Article of Reflection or Essay: A text expressing a point of view concerning controversial and/or relevant issues regarding theory or practice in Occupational Therapy with innovating reflections and analysis (with at most 5 thousand words, including bibliographic references). 


Texts must be written in Portuguese, English or Spanish, typed in Microsoft Word 2007 or later, A4 paper size, 2.5 cm margins, 1.5 spacing, and Times New Roman font. All paragraphs must be in 1 column and begin without tab.

Papers should meet structural criteria established for presentation according to the following guidelines. We suggest a checklist to verify the paper's structure before submission. Papers that do not meet criteria will be returned to authors for proper revision in order to be submitted to the ad hoc referees. Following are the guidelines for 1) the cover letter and 2) the text structure.

1) Cover letter

The cover letter should comprise information concerning the title, author's full name, author's institutional affiliation at the time the research was conducted, corresponding author's contact information (address and email) and complete funding source.

Title: Concise and Informative, written both in Portuguese and English. When the text is written in Spanish, the title must be written in all three languages (Spanish, Portuguese and English).

In the case of research involving human beings, indicate whether the current ethical procedures were complied with. In the case of analysis of interventions, indicate whether all necessary ethical procedures were performed. Also inform if the text has already been presented in congresses, seminars, symposia or similar.

Authors: Provide the full name(s) and e-mails of author(s). Report highest academic degree, position and affiliation of each author (institution, city, state and country). The journal accepts a maximum of five authors per article.

ORCID: Inform the ORCID number of all authors. If in doubt, visit the ORCID website

Corresponding author: Indicate an author responsible for communication with the journal. Full name, institutional address (institution, street, postal code, state, country), e-mail and telephone for contact.

Funding Source: All authors must report all funding information received during the research. Information must include source agencies' names and grant numbers for every author. If no funding was received a single clear sentence disclosing that no funds were received must be included instead.

Acknowledgements: contributors that do not meet the authorship criteria as defined by the ICMJE recommendations should be acknowledged in this section before the references list.

Authors Contributions: Each author's effective contribution in regard to the submitted paper (i.e. text conception, organization of sources and/or analysis, redaction, review, etc.) should be stated in this section after the references list.

Conflict of interest: inform if there is any conflict of interest of a personal, commercial, political, academic or financial nature.

The author(s) must provide a statement that the contribution is original and unpublished and also that the paper is not currently being submitted to another periodical.

2) Text Structure

Abstract: Should reflect the fundamental aspects of the paper in at least 150 words and 250 at most. Preferably, the abstract should adopt the explicit structure of the paper, using subtitles (Introduction, Objectives, Method, Results/Discussion and Conclusions). Method, Results and Conclusion it should precede the text and be written in both Portuguese and English.

Keywords: From three to six, presented after the abstracts and also written in Portuguese and English. Keywords should be separated by commas. Consult DeCs (Health Sciences Descriptors - http://decs.bvs.br) and/or Sociological Abstracts.

Tables:Should be cited within the text, denoted numerically (e.g. table 1, table 2, table 3) and present numbered legends corresponding to the citation. Tables should be presented in editable format (preferably Microsoft Word 2007 or newer version, to prepare and send tables in format .doc). Tables should be also properly identified and presented in gray scale. The tables must be inserted in the text, in editable format, and not at the end of the document or attachments.

Figures: Figures (diagrams, graphs, images and photographs) must be sent in high resolution (300 dpi), JPG or TIF, colored and black and white and they must be clearly legible. Every figure should be mentioned in the text by increasing numbering (for example: Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3) and they must have a numbered legend. The figures should be forwarded as supplementary, in separate files and with the respective key. Every diagram, graphic, pictures, image and/or photograph should be named as a

The texts can have a maximum of five figures and/or tables.

Citations and References

Text citations: Authors' names must be written with only the initials in capital letters, followed by the date of publication of the reference. Ex: “Segundo Silva (2009), [...]” or (Silva, 2009). When there are two authors, the names must be separated by “&”. Ex: “Segundo Amarantes & Gomes (2003) [...]” or (Silva & Santos, 2010). When there are more than two authors in citations inside or outside the parentheses, the name of the first author must be presented followed by the expression “et al.”. All bibliography used and cited in the text must, necessarily, be in the list of references, as well as the entire list of references must be cited in the text.
Direct quotations (textual transcription of part of the consulted author's work) with less than three lines must be inserted in the body of the text between double quotation marks; direct quotes with more than three lines must be detached from the text with an indentation of 4 cm from the left margin, with the font size one point smaller than the font used in the text and without quotation marks (in these cases, it is necessary to specify in the quote a (s) page(s) of the source consulted)
References: Authors are responsible for the accuracy of the references cited in the text. References must follow the APA guidelines, detailed in the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Tutorials with guidelines for preparing the references can also be found at http://www.apastyle.org. At the end of the work, the references must be presented and sorted alphabetically, according to the examples:

Cavalcanti, A., & Galvão, C. (2007). Terapia ocupacional: fundamentação & prática. Rio de Janeiro: Guanabara Koogan.

Book chapter
Castro, E. D., Lima, E. M. F. A., & Brunello, M. I. B. (2001). Atividades humanas e terapia ocupacional. In M. M. R. P. De Carlo & C. C. Bartalotti (Eds.), Terapia ocupacional no Brasil: fundamentos e perspectivas(pp. 41-59). São Paulo: Plexus.

Paper from a journal
Lopes, R. E. (2004). Terapia ocupacional em São Paulo: um percurso singular e geral. Cadernos de Terapia Ocupacional da UFSCar, 12(2), 75-88.

Paper from an online journal
Magalhães Sobrinho, P., Carvalho Junior, J. A., Luz Silveira, J., & Magalhães Filho, P. (2000). Analysis of aluminum plates under heating in electrical and natural gas furnaces. Energy, 25(10), 975-987. Recuperado em 29 de junho de 2001

Medeiros, M. H. R. (2004). A reforma da atenção ao doente mental em Campinas: um espaço para a terapia ocupacional(Tese de doutorado). Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Campinas.

Online Thesis
Fujita, M. S. L. (1985). PRECIS na língua portuguesa: uma experiência com a indexação de artigos de periódicos brasileiros(Dissertação de mestrado). Escola de Comunicações e Artes, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo. Recuperado em 20 de dezembro de 2001.
Legal documents
Brasil. (1997). Medida provisória nº 1.569-9, de 11 de dezembro de 1997. Diário Oficial [da] República Federativa do Brasil, Brasília, seção 1, p. 29514.
São Paulo. (2001, 1 de dezembro). Decreto nº 46.324, de 30 de novembro de 2001. Declara de utilidade pública a entidade que específica. Diário Oficial do Estado de São Paulo, São Paulo, seção 1.
Legal online documents
Brasil. (2004, 3 de dezembro). Decreto nº 5.296 de 2 de dezembro de 2004. Regulamenta as Leis nos 10.048, de 8 de novembro de 2000, que dá prioridade de atendimento às pessoas que especifica, e 10.098, de 19 de dezembro de 2000, que estabelece normas gerais e critérios básicos para a promoção da acessibilidade das pessoas portadoras de deficiência ou com mobilidade reduzida, e dá outras providências. Diário Oficial [da] República Federativa do Brasil, Brasília, seção 1, p. 2. Recuperado em 3 de outubro de 2008.
Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística – IBGE. (2008). Cidades@: São Carlos. Recuperado em 21 de junho de 2008.

Abstracts in proceedings
Brayner, A. R. A., & Medeiros, C. B. (1994). Incorporação do tempo em SGBD orientado a objetos. In Anais do 9º Simpósio Brasileiro de Banco de Dados(pp. 16-29). São Paulo: USP.

Works published in event proceedings
Brayner, A.R.A., & Medeiros, C.B. (1994). Embedding time in object-oriented DBMS. In Proceedings of the 9th Brazilian Database Symposium (pp. 16-29). São Paulo: USP.

Papers published in online event proceedings
Alves, G.B.O. (2005). Occupational therapeutic assistance to individuals in the immediate postoperative period of hand pathologies and traumas. In Annals of the 8th UFMG Extension Meeting. Belo Horizonte: UFMG. Retrieved on October 20, 2011.

Submission Conditions

There is no submission fee.

It is the authors' responsibility to check all specified standards.

After the evaluation process, in case the text is approved for publication, the authors must commit to pay a fee of R$1,050.00, referring to the partial costs of scientific editing (R$200.00), Portuguese revision ( R$250.00) and translation of the body of the text into English (R$600.00). The beginning of the editing process will depend on proof of payment of this fee.

Payment must be made by deposit in a bank account.

Deposit details:

FAI - Occupational Therapy Notebooks - Banco do Brasil - Branch: 1888-0, C.C.: 5996-X, Identifier Code: 6335-5, CNPJ: 66.991.647/0001-30.

Send proof of deposit, along with the article identification, to: cadto@ufscar.br

Authors are responsible for the content of the published article.



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