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ANZ Journal of Surgery(研究方向:外科) (官网投稿)

简介
ANZ Journal of Surgery(月刊),创刊于2001年,出版国家为澳大利亚。杂志致力于推动优秀的外科手术和当代和国际兴趣的研究。ANZ外科杂志刊登了与各种手术领域及其相关学科的临床实践和/或研究相关的高质量论文。还提供了各级外科医生继续教育方案。
本刊为:SCI期刊(2015-2016), SCIE期刊(2015-2016), 外文期刊,
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2017627日星期二

                      

 

Instructions for authors

 

1. SUBMISSION

 

Authors should kindly note that submission implies that the content has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere except as a brief abstract in the proceedings of a scientific meeting or symposium.

 

Once you have prepared your submission in accordance with the Guidelines, manuscripts should be submitted online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ans (you will need to follow a simple registration procedure before using this site).

 

Click here to view Submission Template for ANZ Journal of Surgery.

 

A cover letter should be included in the ‘Cover Letter Field’ of the ScholarOne system. The text can be entered directly into the field or uploaded as a file. The cover letter should:

 

advise whether or not the first author is a surgeon in training;

justify the inclusion of each author if there are more than five authors;

provide a statement that all authors are in agreement with the content of the manuscript;

declare and explain any potential conflict of interest (refer to the section ‘Disclosure Statement’ for advice on what to include);

for case reports, authors should also declare that they have obtained informed consent from the patient (or guardian/next of kin); and

indicate that the manuscript has not been published previously and is not under consideration elsewhere.

 

Authors must declare any financial support or relationships that may pose conflict of interest in the ‘Conflict of Interest’ field in the ScholarOne System.

 

For further information or advice please contact:

 

Ms. Kumie Dawkins

Editorial Assistant

ANZ Journal of Surgery

155 Cremorne Street

Richmond, Vic 3121

Australia

Ph: +61 3 9274 3130

Fax: +61 3 9274 3390

Email: ans.eo@wiley.com

 

2. AIMS AND SCOPE

 

ANZ Journal of Surgery is published by Wiley on behalf of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons to provide a medium for the publication of peer-reviewed original contributions related to clinical practice and/or research in all fields of surgery and related disciplines. It also provides a programme of continuing education for surgeons. Following initial assessment, articles are peer-reviewed by at least two researchers expert in the field of the submitted paper.

 

3. MANUSCRIPT CATEGORIES AND REQUIREMENTS

 

Original article

 

Word limit: 4,000 words maximum including abstract, references and figures/tables.

Abstract:250 words maximum and must include subheadings (Backgrounds, Methods, Results, Conclusion).

References: No limit.

Figures/Tables: Each figure/table counts as 250 words. Maximum 8 figures/tables in total.

Description: Full-length reports of current research in either basic or clinical science. Case reports will not be considered and manuscripts based on surveys will not be considered as Original Articles (though they may be submitted as Perspectives)

 

Review article

 

Word limit: 4,800 words maximum including abstract, references and figures/tables.

Abstract: 250 words maximum, structured (Background, Methods, Results, Conclusion) or unstructured depending on review type (see description).

References: No limit.

Figures/Tables: Each figure/table counts as 250 words. Maximum 8 figures/tables in total.

Description: Reviews are comprehensive analyses of specific topics. Case reports will not be considered. They are usually submitted upon invitation by the Editors. Both solicited and unsolicited review articles will undergo peer review prior to acceptance. Systematic reviews must have a structured abstract (as per original articles), whilst narrative reviews may have an unstructured abstract that is less than 250 words (include a word count at the end of the abstract).

 

Images for surgeons

 

Word limit: 750 words maximum.

References: 10 maximum.

Figures/Tables: 3 maximum. These figures/tables do not contribute to the word count.

Description: Images for Surgeons should contain a brief case report followed by a discussion. Abstracts are not required. Images for Surgeons are evaluated by the Editors and may not be subjected to peer review. Authors should note that Images for Surgeons may be published in the online version of the journal only, at the discretion of the Editor

 

Media review

 

Word limit: 600 words maximum including figures/tables (no abstract or headings).

References: up to 10 if required.

Figures/Tables: Each figure/table counts as 250 words. No limit but each contributes to the word count.

Description: Media Reviews may be submitted to the Editors about any material of interest to surgeons that appears in either print or digital format. Book reviews are often commissioned by the Editors.

 

Letter to the editor

 

Word limit: 300 words maximum.

Abstract: not required.

References: 4 maximum.

Figures/Tables: 1 maximum. This figure/table does not contribute to the word count.

Description: Letters may be submitted to the Editor on any topic, including case reports, but letters commenting on papers published in recent issues of the Journal are most welcome. Letters must offer perspective to content published in ANZ Journal of Surgery or information critical to a certain area. A Letter must reference the original source, and a Response to a Letter must reference the Letter in the first few paragraphs. Letters can use an arbitrary title, but a Response must cite the title of the Letter: e.g. Response to [Title of Letter]. This ensures that readers can track the line of discussion.

 

Editorial

 

Word limit: 800 words (1,000 words maximum).

Abstract: no abstract required for this manuscript type.

References: No limit.

Figures/Tables: 1 maximum. This figure/table does not contribute to the word count.

Description: Editorials are commissioned by the Editor-in-Chief from members of the Editorial Board and occasionally by invitation.

 

Perspective

 

Word limit: 1,000 words maximum including references and figures/tables (no abstract or headings).

Abstract: no abstract required for this manuscript type.

References: No limit.

Figures/Tables: No limit, but each figure/table counts as 250 words.

Description: Perspectives are welcome on any topic. They can be overview statements, personal views, or studies based on surveys. Case reports will not be considered. Perspectives should contain a tight linear argument and be more than just a mini-review. Perspectives are evaluated by the Editors and may not be subjected to peer review. Strict on word count- should be no more than 1,200 words.

 

How to do it

 

Word limit: 550-600 words (no abstract), 1 illustration, up to 6 references.

Supplementary material (to go on the website): 5,000 words maximum and 30 references.

Videos: QuickTime, MPEG, and AVI formats; file size 10Mb maximum.

Description:How to Do It articles should be focused descriptions of key aspects of operative technique. The title of the article should start with ‘How to do’ e.g. ‘How to do a hemicorporectomy’. Summary articles in print journal will be supplemented by the online publication of the full text and videos. How to Do It articles should occupy one page of the print journal. Strict on word count and file size and format of videos.

 

Professional skills for surgeons

 

Word limit: 4,000 words maximum including references.

Abstract: No abstract required.

References: No limit.

Figures/Tables: 1-2 maximum. These figures/tables do not contribute to the word count.

 

Supporting Information

 

Additional, non-essential material, such as longer tables, data sets or extra figures, may be added as Supporting Information (see ‘Supporting Information’ in section 4 below). Should the material submitted with the manuscript be found too large to be published in the printed journal, non-essential material may be published online as Supporting Information at the discretion of the Editor in Chief.

 

4. PREPARATION OF THE MANUSCRIPT

 

Manuscript Format and Style

 

The journal complies with the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors' "Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Writing and Editing for Biomedical Publication" updated February 2006 (http://www.ICMJE.org). Authors are responsible for the accuracy of their work, including all statistical calculations and drug doses.

 

General format

 

Manuscripts should be submitted as Word documents (.doc, .docx; not write-protected), double-spaced. All pages should be numbered consecutively in the top right-hand corner, beginning with the title page. The file should include the abstract, the main text, references, tables and figure legends.

 

Spelling: the journal publishes in British English. For word usage and word division, please refer to the Oxford Concise English Dictionary.

 

Units of measurement: all measurements must be given in SI units (excepting blood pressures, which should be given in mmHg). Please go to the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM) website at www.bipm.frfor more information about SI units.

 

Numbers: numbers under 10 are spelt out, except for: measurements with a unit (8mmol/l); age (6 weeks old), or lists with other numbers (11 dogs, 9 cats, 4 gerbils).

 

Abbreviations: Abbreviations should only be used where they ease the reader's task by reducing repetition of long, technical terms. Initially use the word in full, followed by the abbreviation in parentheses. Thereafter use the abbreviation only. Abbreviations should be avoided in 'Editorials' and 'Perspectives'. Abbreviations are not to be used in article titles.

 

Trade names: at the first mention of a chemical substance, give the generic name only. When quoting specific materials, software, equipment and proprietary drugs the name and address of the manufacturer must be given in parentheses.

 

Parts of the Manuscript

 

The length of papers should adhere to the guidelines outlined for each manuscript type in the‘Manuscript Categories and Requirements’ section.

 

As manuscripts are single-blind reviewed, manuscript files should include both the title page and the main text. Figure files and supporting information should be supplied separately.

 

Manuscript files should be presented in the following order:

 

Title page

Abstract and key words (only required for certain categories)

Main text (for original articles: introduction, methods, results, discussion)

Acknowledgments (if any)

Disclosure statement

References

Figure legends

List of supporting information (if any)

Tables (each table complete with title and footnotes

Figures and supporting information (if any) should be supplied as separate files. Footnotes to the text are not allowed and any such material should be incorporated into the text as parenthetical matter.

 

Title page

 

The title page should include:

 

The full title containing no more than 80 characters, including spaces. Avoid the use of abbreviations in titles;

A running head (short title) containing no more than 40 characters, including spaces;

The full names of the authors followed by up to two qualifications (e.g. MD, PhD, MBBS) and institutional affiliations;

An indication of whether the corresponding author is a recipient of a research scholarship; details if the paper is based on a previous communication to a society or meeting;

Details of the number of figures and tables included, and separate word counts for the abstract and the text (excluding abstract, acknowledgments, figure legends and references); and

The full name, email, postal addresses and telephone numbers of the corresponding author.

The corresponding author is responsible for the integrity of the study and for communicating with the other authors about editorial decisions and the nature of any revisions.

 

The title is a concise label that allows readers to scan for relevance. The nature of the study must be clearly signposted (e.g. ‘Open versus laparoscopic adrenalectomy: a clinical trial’; ‘The evaluation of laparoscopic adrenalectomy in an animal model’). Strive for an interesting title that is also an accurate label. Avoid the use of abbreviations in titles.

 

Abstract and keywords

 

Abstracts and keywords are required for some manuscript types. For details on manuscript types that require abstracts and/or keywords and how to prepare these, please refer to the ‘Manuscript Types and Criteria’ section.

 

Five key words are required to index the content of articles. They should be selected from the US National Library of Medicine's Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) browser list.

 

编委会

 

总编辑

JP Harris

 

副总编辑

JA Smith(维多利亚)

 

高级编辑

IDS Civil(新西兰)

J Fletcher(新南威尔士州)

C Platell(西澳大利亚州)

A van Rij(新西兰)

D Watson(南)澳大利亚)

 

专业编辑

R阿特金森(军事外科)

Z Balogh(创伤)

IC Bennett(外科手术结果)

T Bright(上肠)

PF Burke(手术史)

PFM Choong(矫形外科)

M Cohen(疼痛医学)

P Crowe肿瘤学)

G Fabinyi(神经外科)

M Fink(移植)

R Fitridge(血管外科)

R Gallagher(耳鼻喉科头部&颈部手术)

V Gebski(生物统计学和临床试验)

AJ Green(乡村手术)

J Hamdorf(外科教育)

AG山(围手术期护理)

H Jalali(心胸外科)

J Karpelowsky(小儿外科)

J Koea(肝胰胆管外科)

D Lubowski 结肠直肠手术)

G Maddern(质量)

D摩西(外科医生图片)

MI Patel(泌尿科)

A PeningtonPlastic&重建手术)

G Ramsey-Stewart(手术解剖学)

J Serpell(内分泌外科)

A Spillane(乳房手术)

J Tomlinson(社会媒体)

P TruskettGeneral Surgery

JA WindsorPancreas


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