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Archives de Pédiatrie(研究方向:小儿科) (官网投稿)

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Archives de Pédiatrie(月刊),创刊于1994年,出版国家为法国。
本刊为:SCIE期刊(2015-2016), 外文期刊,
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Instructions for authors

 

AIMS AND SCOPE

Official organ of the French Society of Pediatrics, the Archives de Pédiatrie participates in the dissemination of knowledge, one of the major missions of all learned societies. The Archives de Pédiatrie has contributed to this objective for many years, successively directed by Daniel Alagille, Michel Odièvre, Michel Dehan, and Jacques Sarles, all taking an active and successful role in the journal. To improve the journal’s international visibility and attractiveness for non-French-speaking pediatricians, new growth has become necessary.

Beginning in January 2018, the Archives de Pédiatrie will become an indexed English-language publication, with publication of : Editorials, Review Articles, Research Papers, Short Communications, Practice Guidelines and Letters to the Editor in English.

Authors are requested to respect the guidelines in terms of both substance and form as reviewed herein. Submissions should be made online using the Elsevier Editorial System: http://ees.elsevier.com/arcped/

EDITORIAL BOARD

All manuscripts sent to the journal are submitted to an Editorial board. After the requested

modifications have been completed, approval of the article by this editorial board is necessary before

the final decision to publish is made by the editorial director.

Editor-in-chief

B. CHABROL (Marseille)

Editorial Board

H. CHAPPUY

R. COUTANT

C. FLAMANT

J. HARAMBAT

E. MAS

C. OVAERT

C. SCHWEITZER

J.-L. STEPHAN

P. VAN BOGAERT

Editorial Assistant

Isabelle Petit

 

TYPES OF ARTICLE

Editorials

Editorials should not exceed 4 typewritten double-spaced pages (1500 words). Tables and figures are not to be used, and a summary is not required. Use no more than 15 references. The name (including first name) and complete address of the author or authors must be given at the end of the editorial.For reprints, only one name is required with the address.

Review articles

The length of the articles should not exceed 10-25 typewritten double-spaced pages, with an abstract and keywords. There is no limit for the number of tables, figures. Use no more than 50 references. Review articles either provide a comprehensive discussion of available knowledge or an update of recent data about a specific topic. They may be commissioned or spontaneous. Abstract and keywords are required. Although narrative overviews may be acceptable, the editorial board gives preference to systematic literature reviews that include a detailed description of the methodology used to retrieve and select the reviewed data.

Research papers

The articles should not exceed 20 typewritten double-spaced pages. There is no limit for the number of tables, figures. Use no more than 30 references. Original articles report new and original work that has not been published elsewhere (except as an abstract at a conference).

Introduction:State the objectives of the work and provide an adequate background, avoiding a detailed literature survey or a summary of the results.

Material and methods: Provide sufficient detail to allow the work to be reproduced. Methods already published should be indicated by a reference: only relevant modifications should be described.

Results: Results should be clear and concise.

Discussion: This should explore the significance of the results of the work, not repeat them. A combined. Results and Discussion section is often appropriate. Avoid extensive citations and discussion of published literature.

Conclusions: The main conclusions of the study may be presented in a short Conclusions section, which may stand alone or form a subsection of a Discussion or Results and Discussion section.

Short communications

A short communication must be unusually and contribute original information and should not report isolated clinical cases. The length of brief reports should not exceed approximately 2 500 words including references (10 at most), the abstract and keywords. The abstract should not exceed 100 words and should summarize the article in a single paragraph. It should be organized as follows: introduction, observation, discussion, conclusion, references. The introduction should be short and describe the main information. The observation should be written in the past tense. The discussion should concentrate on the lessons to be learnt from the experience and the possible solutions can conclude this discussion.

Letters to the Editor

This section in Archives de Pédiatrie has a dual objective: create exchanges with readers and offering readers the possibility of publishing brief, original notes. Whatever contents they may have, they should not exceed two typed pages, references and tables included. There should be no more than five references. There is no abstract.

Practice guidelines

Recommendations of general interest to the pediatric community are published in English language. Abstract/résumé and keywords/mots-clefs are of interest.

The Société Française de Pédiatrie (French Pediatrics Society, SFP) wishes to disseminate “Guidelines for Clinical Practices” on its site and in the Archives de Pédiatrie, thus granting its guarantee of quality. These recommendations should be issued by specialist societies belonging to the SFP or a panel of experts. The possibility of their publication will be evaluated by the SFP’s scientific commission.

According to the HAS (Haute Autorité de Santé, French National Authority for Health), these medical and professional guidelines are defined “as proposals developed methodically to assist the practitioner and the patient in their search for the most appropriate treatment in given clinical circumstances. They can be used to establish practice standards determining what is appropriate and/or inappropriate to do when setting up preventive, diagnostic, and/or therapeutic strategies in given clinical situations” (1).

The general principles for these guidelines are the following:

- The guideline is dated and signed by the writers as well as the specialist society or the expert panel concerned. The guideline should be reviewed (or confirmed) by its authors every 3 years. If they are not reviewed, they will not be maintained on the SFP site.

- The text of the guidelines should closely follow the general indications provided by the HAS on its site (1), including the following general features:

° elaboration of the guidelines by a working group and outside validation by an evaluation group;

° focus on a precise clinical situation (no matter how frequent it is);

° critical analysis of the literature to scientifically support the guidelines and the report of any guidelines on the same subject in other countries;

° the guideline “will refer to a defined and explicit level of evidence, will distinguish proof and presumption, will be clear, precise, specific, and practical” (quoted from the ANAES guidelines, January 1999).

The maximum length of the text is 20 pages (references included).

These guidelines are designed to progress toward official HAS guidelines, drawn up after an exhaustive review of the literature, careful formal expression by the working group and the evaluation group, and feasibility and impact studies.

Reference for the method

(1) HAS site: www.has-sante.fr; successively following the tabs: professionnels de santé > recommandations professionnelles > méthodes > les recommandations pour la pratique cliniques, bases méthodologiques pour leur réalisation en France.


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