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Anaesthesia(研究方向:麻醉学) (Email投稿)

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Anaesthesia(月刊),创刊于1946年,出版国家为英国。Anaesthesia杂志是英国和爱尔兰麻醉师协会的官方杂志,每月出版一期。它发表关于局部麻醉,重症监护和疼痛治疗的所有方面,包括设备研究原创的同行评议文章。虽然主要是临床杂志,我们欢迎关于动物或基础科学,作者可以证明其临床相关性的论文。
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2017220日星期一

                          

 

Instructions for Authors

 

SUBMISSION OF MATERIAL

 

To submit your manuscript to Anaesthesia, please email it as a Word document to anaesthesia@aagbi.org.

 

The Editors regret that failure to comply with the following requirements may result in a delay in publication of accepted papers, and strongly urge authors to use the following Checklist before submitting their work.

 

Guidance Checklist

 

Before submitting your manuscript or item of correspondence, please check that you have:

 

Included the names of all authors, and each of their positions and institutions, in the title page (manuscripts) or text of the submission (correspondence)

Checked the spelling and formatting of all authors’ names

Specified exactly how authors would like their names cited if the author name does not conform with the following format:

First name; then

Surname

Ensured the full postal address for the corresponding author is provided

Provided the e-mail addresses of ALL authors

Formatted the text files in either .doc, .docx or .rtf format

Included all the Tables (with their captions) and Figure captions in the main text file, not as separate files

Submitted separate figure files in either .pdf, .jpg, .tif or .ppt format (maximum size: 10MB)

Completed and attached the author declaration electronically as a separate file in either .doc, .pdf or .jpg format; no signature is required

Attached any other files in the following formats:

.doc

.rtf

.pdf

.jpg

.tif

.ppt

Please do not attach files in .bmp, .docm or .rar format – these files will be filtered and/or rendered unreadable.

 

Submission in any other format may slow down the review/publication process but is possible for those authors who do not have access to the appropriate technology; if this applies, please contact the Editor-in-Chief in advance at the journal’s Editorial Office:

 

Dr A Klein

Editor-in-Chief, Anaesthesia

Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain & Ireland

21 Portland Place

London

W1B 1PY, UK

E-mail: anaesthesia@aagbi.org

 

NIH Public Access Mandate

For those interested in the Wiley policy on the NIH Public Access Mandate, please visit our policy statement

 

Author Guidelines

 

WHY PUBLISH IN ANAESTHESIA?

 

As a new or established author you are looking for the best place to submit your work. We recognise the wide range of specialty journals that currently exist, and are determined to be at the top of the list when authors make their decision. Click here to read the main reasons why we feel that authors should consider publication of their best work in Anaesthesia.

 

NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS

 

Anaesthesia is the official journal of the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland and is published monthly. It is international in scope and comprehensive in coverage. It publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of general and regional anaesthesia, intensive care and pain therapy, including research on equipment. Although primarily a clinical journal, we welcome submissions of animal or basic science papers if the authors can demonstrate their clinical relevance.

 

The Editorial Board of Anaesthesia supports the statement on Geopolitical Intrusion on Editorial Decisions, by the World Association of Medical Editors and is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics.

 

All authors must meet the requirements of authorship as set out in the guidelines of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, i.e. all have made a substantial contribution to the acquisition of data and its interpretation AND been involved in drafting the manuscript or revising it. All proposed changes in authorship after submission must be explained, and any changes can only occur with the explicit permission of the Editor-in-Chief. Authors are advised that all submissions are checked for redundant publication and plagiarism using specific software.

 

Plagiarism is when an author attempts to pass off someone else's work as his or her own. Duplicate publication, sometimes called self-plagiarism, occurs when an author re-uses substantial parts of their own published work without providing the appropriate references. This can range from getting an identical paper published in multiple journals, to 'salami-slicing', where authors add small amounts of new data to a previous paper.

 

Anaesthesia uses iThenticate to help detect plagiarism; as part of this process, all submitted manuscripts are scanned and compared with the CrossCheck database. When publishing their work in a journal, the author often signs over rights to the publisher; thus, copyright infringement is possible if an author re-uses portions of a previously published work. Authors can quote from portions of other works with proper citations, but large portions of text, even quoted and cited, can infringe on copyright and would not fall under copyright exceptions or fair use guidelines.(iThenticate White Paper – The ethics of self-plagiarism)

 

Anaesthesia will only allow re-use of authors’ previously published work in the methods section of a manuscript, and only if this is done in a manner consistent with standard scholarly conventions (e.g., by using quotations and proper paraphrasing), and it is properly attributed to the original work. Copy/pasting of large sections of a manuscript from previously published work, even in the methods section, is not allowed and will lead to rejection.

 

TYPES OF MANUSCRIPT

 

Anaesthesia has the following regular sections: Editorials, Original Articles, Reviews and Correspondence. Case Reports, Historical Articles or Special Articles may also be included. Editorials are often commissioned but authors are encouraged to contact the Editor-in-Chief if they wish to discuss potential topics. Authors seeking to submit official Clinical Guidelines, Consensus Statements, etc. should refer to specific guidance here.

 

Editorials

Most editorials are commissioned by the editorial team, but some unsolicited editorials are accepted. Our editorials are primarily opinion pieces, although they should be backed up by evidence where available. The word count is usually around 2000 words excluding references. A figure or table (or even more than one) may be included, and most editorials are written by one or two authors; more than two would be unusual (but not unheard of).

 

Original articles

Most original articles are between 3000 and 4000 words, and up to 30 to 40 references. It is very rare that we publish articles longer than this. For further information about layout, format and style, please see below. We are predominantly a clinical journal, however we do occasionally publish laboratory and animal research, but only where there is a clear clinical focus. We also occasionally publish articles describing quality improvement exercises or audit cycles.

 

Reviews

Most reviews are not commissioned; the editorial team is willing to discuss suggestions of topics for reviews if contacted (anaesthesia@aagbi.org).

 

Anaesthesia welcomes both narrative and systematic reviews of potential interest to our readers. Even a narrative review should be a structured assessment of the literature, and should include a description of how articles have been selected, and if appropriate a full search strategy. It would also need some analysis and comment, not just a listing of the literature and reporting the results. It should also include an analysis of the quality of the literature. It would usually be around 4000-5000 words of text, excluding references.

 

Systematic reviews should ideally be presented according to the PRISMA statement and prospectively registered (e.g. on PROSPERO). Larger, more inclusive reviews (not, for instance, limited by the type of surgery) may be preferable to smaller ones with a small number of studies. Subgroup analyses may be performed to explore group differences, but only if there are sufficient studies. Scoring of methodological quality should be performed with the Cochrane Collaboration risk of bias tool rather than numerical scores (e.g. Jadad score). Authors should consider how excluding low quality studies might change the overall results. Heterogeneity should be explored by consideration of individual studies, by appropriate sensitivity analysis, or by meta-regression if the number of included studies allows. For more information, please see Smith AF, Carlisle J. Reviews, systematic reviews and Anaesthesia. Anaesthesia 2015; 70: 644-50.

 

Correspondence

There are two routes for sending correspondence:

 

Please submit all responses to material published in Anaesthesia via the dedicated correspondence website; do not send them to the Editorial Office. Responses should be submitted following the guidance on the website and using the online form provided, not uploaded as a Word file.

Please submit all correspondence that is not in response to material published in Anaesthesia to the Editorial Office (see below), clearly indicating that it is a letter to the Editor-in-Chief.

Please note that work previously published or submitted as a conference abstract must not be submitted as correspondence without prior discussion with the Editor-in-Chief.

 

Case Reports

Case reports cannot be submitted directly to Anaesthesia. Authors wishing to submit a case report for publication should do so via theAnaesthesia Cases website, which is hosted by the AAGBI and may be reached at www.anaesthesiacases.org. Case reports will be considered for publication online at the website, and a proportion will be passed to Anaesthesia for possible publication in the Journal. Those not published by Anaesthesia will be passed back toAnaesthesia Cases for publication there. (N.B. case reports Anaesthesia Cases published in Anaesthesia Cases will not appear in Anaesthesia, and they may not be submitted for publication elsewhere).

 

Abstracts presented at specialist society meetings

Please note that the Journal no longer publishes abstracts from specialist society meetings. Abstracts presented at the AAGBI Winter Scientific Meeting, AAGBI Annual Congress and AAGBI Group of Anaesthetists in Training Annual Scientific Meeting will continue to be published as online supplements .

 

All other material

All other material should be submitted via email to the address below as an attachment (Word for Windows or rich text format - see below for information regarding Figures).

 

Covering letter/Declaration Form

No covering letter is required but all manuscripts must be accompanied by an Authors’ Declaration Form, which may be downloaded here.

 

The maximum number of authors is nine; if there are additional contributors, the journal will acknowledge them in an Appendix to the published paper and their names will be indexed appropriately on PubMed.

 

We will not accept any submission that is not accompanied by a fully completed form, and failure to follow these Author Guidelines will significantly delay processing of your manuscript for review.

 

For papers that are subsequently accepted for publication, all authors are required to sign against their entry on the final page of the declaration form to signify their agreement to inclusion in the authorship list. This can be by way of hand-written or digital/electronic signature.

 

编辑委员会

 

主编辑

克莱因

Dr A Klein

顾问,剑桥大学Papworth医院

顾问,英国剑桥大学Murray Edwards学院

 

高级编辑 

Jaideep Pandit  

JJ Pandit

教授生理科学,牛津大学圣约翰学院生理科学教授和超额研究员,麻醉科学讲座教授,牛津大学

顾问医生牛津大学医学院NHS信托,英国牛津

 

编辑管理员   

苏珊·贾维斯 - 阿顿 

Mrs Susan Jarvis-Atton

电子邮件:anaesthesia@aagbi.org

 

 

编辑  

Craig Bailey  CR Bailey博士

顾问麻醉师,圣托马斯NHS基金会信托基金,伦敦,英国

 

JB Carlisle博士  JB Carlisle博士

顾问麻醉师,南德文Torbay医院NHS基金会信托基金,英国托基

 

MG Irwin教授 香港大学麻醉科主任MG Irwin

教授香港

皇后医院/香港大学深圳医院服务处处长

JJ金斯博士   BJ Jenkins

博士卡迪夫大学麻醉和重症监护医学高级讲师

顾问Cwm Taf LHB,威尔士大学医院麻醉科,英国卡迪夫

金塞拉博士    SM Kinsella博士

顾问麻醉师,圣迈克尔医院,大学医院布里斯托尔NHSFT,布里斯托尔

安德鲁·史密斯教授   AF教授史密斯

顾问麻醉师,皇家兰开斯特医务室

临床麻醉教授,兰开斯特大学,英国

安德烈Vercueil   AE Vercueil博士

麻醉和重症监护医学顾问,英国伦敦国王学院医院

Stu白色   SM White

顾问麻醉师,苏塞克斯郡皇家医院,布莱顿

高级讲师,布莱顿和苏塞克斯医学院,布赖顿,英国

M Wiles博士 

中号威尔斯博士

顾问麻醉师,谢菲尔德教学医院NHS信托基金会

临床讲师,谢菲尔德大学,谢菲尔德,英国


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