Canadian Journal of Pathology (CJP) is a quarterly peer-reviewed publication owned by the Canadian Association of Pathologists (CAP-ACP) with an international editorial board of pathology and laboratory medicine experts. The journal covers a wide spectrum of diagnostic and research aspects of laboratory medicine ranging from anatomical pathology, microbiology, chemistry, hematopathology and molecular pathology.
The journal’s mandate is to provide comprehensive and up-to-date information that will engage dialect amongst pathologists internationally. The journal accepts submissions on topics related to the science and practice of pathology and laboratory medicine including:
- Original Research articles
- Case Series and Reports
- Literature Reviews
- Molecular Pathology Corner (Mini-reviews)
- Practice Guidelines
- Letters of Commentary
- Letters to the Editor
Financial support of this Journal is provided through in-journal advertising and from a portion of the revenue collected through Canadian Association of Pathologists’ membership fees. There are no author fees associated with publishing in this journal.