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Acta Neurochirurgica(研究方向:临床神经学) (官网投稿)

简介
Acta Neurochirurgica(月刊),创刊于1950年,出版国家为澳大利亚。杂志发表临床神经外科手术 - 诊断和诊断技术,手术和结果,术后治疗 - 或神经科学的研究工作,其中基础问题或结果具有神经外科兴趣的论文。
本刊为:SCI期刊(2015-2016), SCIE期刊(2015-2016), 外文期刊,
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201765日星期一

                           

 

Author Guidelines

 

Aims and Scope

 

The journal "Acta Neurochirurgica" publishes only original papers useful both to research and clinical work. Papers should deal with clinical neurosurgery - diagnosis and diagnostic techniques, operative surgery and results, postoperative treatment - or with research work in neuroscience if the underlying questions or the results are of neurosurgical interest. As official organ of the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies the journal publishes all announcements of the E.A.N.S. and reports on the activities of its member societies.

 

In addition to the regular journal "Acta Neurochirurgica" publishes 3-4 supplement volumes per year. These books comprise proceedings of international meetings or other material of general neurosurgical interest.

 

Types of papers

A checklist is provided to aid authors in preparing a manuscript that meets the standards of the journal. It is suggested that the completed checklist be uploaded during the submission process, but this is not required. The checklist is available

here

Please state clearly the format of your paper, i.e. Original Article, Case Report, Letter to the Editor, Review Article, Technical Note.

Subdivision of the paper

Original Articles, Review Articles or Technical Notes.

For an original research paper the customary format consists of: abstract, introduction, methods and materials, results, discussion, references.

The summary should be a short survey of the paper, structured using 4 headings: Background/ Method/ Results/ Conclusions. The abstract can run to a maximum of one full type-written page (300 words). Four to six keywords should be provided.

The introduction should summarise the underlying purpose of the paper.

Methods and materials must give short but precise descriptions, for instance of the kind of experiments and how they were done, the characteristics of patients or other humans participating as subjects, the nature of observations made and the specific approach to statistical considerations. This section should enable the reader to analyse, to repeat or to continue the work presented.

Results must contain sufficient information to enable appreciation and assessment of the original findings, e.g. absolute numbers in subgroups should be reported, preferably in tabular format, rather than only as a percentage. Where a normal distribution is assumed as a basis for summarising data (e.g. as a mean), this should be justified and measures should be specified. Statistical tests should be presented in sufficient detail to convey the full result, not only as a “p” value.

In discussion a systematic, structured approach is advised. A statement of the principal findings demonstrated by the work should be followed by a “self-critique”, focussing on the strengths and weaknesses of the study and how these may influence the validity and robustness of the findings. The relation of the work to other, relevant previous work, especially any differences, should be reviewed and analysed concisely. Finally, the implications of the findings of the study for advancing knowledge and understanding, for neurosurgical practice and for further work should be presented.

Case reports.

Case reports should be limited to 6 pages of typescript (1500 words), including tables and illustrations. An abstract in a single paragraph, maximum 100 words, should be included. The presentation should both adequately characterise the features of the subject(s) reported and make clear what generalisable deductions can be drawn.

Letters to the Editor should be a maximum of 750 words and may include a table or figure and references. The format for submissions of editorials, reviews, personal communications, concept articles, biographies and historical articles can be varied as appropriate to the topic, consistent with clarity and brevity.

How I do It

This new section in the journal is for showing how surgical procedures are carried out.

Editor of this section is Prof. Pierre-Hugues Roche

Please submit your paper following to the instructionms in the download below.

Visit the website below to check your connection speed prior to uploading:

The final categorisation of an accepted submission is the responsibility of the Editor in Chief.

 

Manuscript Submission

Submission of a manuscript implies: that the work described has not been published before; that it is not under consideration for publication anywhere else; that its publication has been approved by all co-authors, if any, as well as by the responsible authorities – tacitly or explicitly – at the institute where the work has been carried out. The publisher will not be held legally responsible should there be any claims for compensation.

Permissions

Authors wishing to include figures, tables, or text passages that have already been published elsewhere are required to obtain permission from the copyright owner(s) for both the print and online format and to include evidence that such permission has been granted when submitting their papers. Any material received without such evidence will be assumed to originate from the authors.

Online Submission

Please follow the hyperlink “Submit online” on the right and upload all of your manuscript files following the instructions given on the screen.

Please note:

During the submission process, it is possible to upload the completed “Checklist for Authors” as an additional file. This is recommended to ease the review process and aid the reviewers in suggesting revisions, but is not required. The “Checklist for Authors” is available.

 

编辑委员会

A. AlfieriNeuruppin

J.A. BarciaMadrid

R.HMA BartelsNijmegen

S.

Behari Lucknow P.BijlengaGeneva

J. BoogaartsNijmegen

A.BrawanskiRegensburg

J.BrennumCopenhagen

M. BroekmanUtrecht

K.R. BulsaraFarmingtonCT

P. ChumasLeeds

M. Cunha e SaLisbon

D. d'AvellaPadova

A. DehdashtiManhassetNY

A.KDemetriadesEdinburgh

H. DuffauMontpellier

J.O. 法拉,利物浦

D·汉金,杜塞尔多夫

A. Jakola,哥德堡

J·贾斯克尔莱恩,库奥皮奥

A.A. KemenySheffield

P. KimTochighi J.M.Kros

Rotterdam

J. LehmbergMunich G.Lind

斯德哥尔摩C.MLoftusPhiladelphiaPA

A. MaasAntwerpen

N. MarklundUppsala

T. MelingOslo

B. MeyerMunich

T. MindermannZurich

P. Nakaji PhoenixAZ M.Niemelä

Helsinki

M. PayerZurich

I. Radovanovic ,日内瓦

M. Reinges,吉森

D·雷斯尼克,麦迪逊,WI

P·理查森,伦敦

B·里利特,赫内瓦·V·罗德

,哥廷根

M·萨姆斯,拉贝河畔乌斯季

T·桑陀利乌斯,剑桥

K·施勒,赫内瓦·S·斯皮克尔

,耶路撒冷

D·汤普森,伦敦

P·齐索波洛斯,乌普萨拉

M. Tymianski,多伦多

P. Vajkoczy,柏林


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