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Annals of Internal Medicine(研究方向:内科) (官网投稿)

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Annals of Internal Medicine(双月刊),创刊于1981年,出版国家为瑞典。
本刊为:SCI期刊(2015-2016), SCIE期刊(2015-2016), 外文期刊,
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Author Guidelines

 

I. General Information about Annals of Internal Medicine

 

A. Mission and Scope

 

Annals of Internal Medicine’s mission is to promote excellence in medicine, enable physicians and other health care professionals to be well-informed members of the medical community and society, advance standards in the conduct and reporting of medical research, and contribute to improving the health of people worldwide. To achieve this mission, the journal publishes a wide variety of original research, review articles, practice guidelines, and commentary relevant to clinical practice, health care delivery, public health, health care policy, medical education, ethics, and research methodology. In addition, the journal publishes personal narratives that convey the art of medicine.

 

B. Readership and Reach

 

Annals of Internal Medicine has a large readership that includes the members of the American College of Physicians (148,000 in 2016) and many more physicians, health care professionals, and researchers worldwide. Annals print issues are distributed to more than 100,000 readers worldwide, and free online access is available to many articles at Annals.org as part of its commitment to readers, authors, and society. Because Annals is a selective journal provided to members and subscribers, an article-level open-access option supported by article processing charges is not provided. However, our free, publicly accessible content includes: Clinical Guidelines, NIH Conferences, AHRQ Comparative Effectiveness Reviews, Summaries for Patients, In the Clinic Patient Information Pages, and selected other content. Abstracts, Tables of Contents, E-mail Alerts, Podcasts, Video News Releases, and Author Insight Videos are also free. In addition to the access described above, Annals provides many countries in the developing world with immediate free access through the HINARI program.

 

Annals of Internal Medicine is among the most highly cited and influential journals in the world. The most recent (2015) Annals of Internal Medicine Impact Factor is 16.593—the highest of any specialty journal in the Thomson Reuters’ General and Internal Medicine category and 5th among 151 general medicine journals. Annals of Internal Medicine is indexed in BIOSIS Previews, CAB Direct, Chemical Abstracts Service (CASSI), CINAHL, Current Contents - Clinical Medicine, Current contents - Live Science, EMBASE, Index Medicus, MEDLINE, PubMed, Science Citation Index, Science Citation Index Expanded, and Scopus.

 

C. Publisher

 

The American College of Physicians (ACPOnline.org), publisher of Annals of Internal Medicine, is the largest medical specialty organization and is the second largest physician member group in the United States. ACP members include internal medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and medical students. Internists specialize in the care of adults. Statements expressed in Annals of Internal Medicine reflect the views of the authors and not necessarily the policies of the journal or of the American College of Physicians, unless so identified.

 

D. Copyright/Permissions for Author Reuse of Published Material

 

All authors, except U.S. government employees whose work was done as part of their official duties, must transfer copyright to the American College of Physicians, publisher of Annals. Transfer of copyright signifies transfer of rights for print publication; electronic publication; production of reprints, facsimiles, microfilm, or microfiche; or publication in any language. Annals is a subscription-based journal provided to members and subscribers and does not provide an article-level open-access option supported by article processing charges.

 

Authors are granted the rights after publication in Annals to reuse the published article or portions thereof that they created as described here without requesting permission from the ACP. These authors’ rights are to reuse figures and tables as part of new publications; include the article, or portions thereof, in their thesis, dissertation, or collection dedicated to their educational work; and provide copies to students in classes they teach. In all these cases for reuse, authors will give proper credit to the original publication in Annals as follows:

 

Reproduced with permission from Author(s). Title. Annals of Internal Medicine. Year; vol: pp-pp. URL   ©American College of Physicians.

Authors reusing their material as described above do not need to contact Annals for permission. For other uses, the author must request permission directly from each individual journal article page. Just click on the “Get Permissions” in the content toolbox, which is located in the horizontal bar across the top of the article title when viewing the article on Annals.org.

 

Authors reusing content in a submitted manuscript to Annals should refer to Section III.E, below.

 

II. Preparing Manuscripts for Submission

 

A. Formatting

 

Annals publishes a variety of article types, as listed below. The links accompanying each article type provide details about the article type and specific formatting requirements. General formatting guidelines are presented in the section following the article types, and Section II B. contains guidance on reporting statistical findings.

 

Authors should write for a sophisticated general medical readership; follow principles of clear scientific writing (Council of Science Editors. Scientific Style and Format. 8th ed. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press; 2014.) and statistical reporting (see Section II.B. General Statistical Guidance)); and prepare manuscripts according to recommended reporting guidelines and checklists whenever possible. Manuscripts that follow these recommendations generally fare better than those that do not.

 

Note that Annals publishes some content that is produced internally and does not represent material that is submitted for peer review by external authors. This material includes special features, such as In the Clinic, ACP Journal Club, The Consult Guys, and Virtual Patients.

 

1. Title Page

 

Title: Give the title and subtitle (if any). Title should be concise (15 words or fewer), reflect the study design/article type (e.g., randomized controlled trial, systematic review), and contain terms that will assist in identifying the article in electronic searching. Also provide a short or “running” title of 7 or fewer words.

 

Authors: List authors in the order in which they are to appear in the byline of the published article. In the case of group authorship, identify one or more authors who will have responsibility for the publication. Give the institutional affiliation for each author, financial support information, contact information for the corresponding author, and contact information for the author to receive reprint requests. Annals follows the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) recommendations for defining authors and contributors.

 

Section V. A of Information for Authors provides guidance regarding group authorship.

 

Word Count: List the word count for the text of the manuscript. Don’t include the abstract, figure legends, titles of tables, footnotes (for figures or tables), or the references in the manuscript word counts.

 

2. Abstracts

 

Authors should follow the Abstract format guidelines provided for the particular article type that they are submitting.

 

3. Text

 

Annals strongly encourages authors to follow EQUATOR reporting recommendations when presenting original data or the findings of a systematic review (www.equator-network.org). All submitted manuscripts should include page numbers.

 

4. Acknowledgments

 

Acknowledge only persons who have contributed to the scientific content or provided technical support. Authors must obtain written permission from anyone they list in the Acknowledgments section, including confirmation of the nature of the contribution. The corresponding author must also affirm that he or she has listed everyone who contributed significantly to the work in the Acknowledgments.

 

5. References

 

References should follow the standards summarized in the National Library of Medicine’s Citing Medicine, 2nd edition. These resources are regularly updated as new media develop, and currently include guidance for print documents; unpublished material; audio and visual media; material on CD-ROM, DVD, or disk; and material on the Internet. See www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/uniform_requirements.html for sample references that conform to the style specified by the National Library of Medicine.


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