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胃肠病学报道(英文)(Gastroenterology Report) (官网投稿)

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《胃肠病学报道(英文)》(Gastroenterology Report)(双月刊),创刊于2013年,2020年获批国内统一刊号(44-1750/R),由教育部主管、中山大学主办。2017年被SCI收录,2018年获中国科技期刊国际影响力提升计划D类项目。刊稿范围涵盖了与胃肠科学相关的各个领域,包括消化道(食管、胃、小肠、结直肠、肛门)、消化腺(肝、胆、胰、脾)以及肠内营养等相关学科的研究报道,旨在刊载胃肠病学领域的科研新成...[显示全部]
本刊为:SCI期刊(2019), SCIE期刊(2019), 目次收录(超星),外文期刊,
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1、投稿方式在线投稿。

2、官网网址:https://academic.oup.com/gastro

3、投稿网址:https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/gr

4、主办单位网址:

http://www.zs6y.com/page/web/pc/index.html#/

(中山大学附属第六医院)

5、官网邮箱:kgan@gastrorep.org(编辑部)

wjp@mail.sysu.edu.cn(主编)

wangt79@mail.sysu.edu.cn(汪挺)

微信公众号邮箱:

mkang@gastrorep.org(康蔓妮)

lbx0313@126.com(梁碧霞)

6、出刊日期:双月刊,逢双月出版。

7、微信公众号:胃肠学术平台(zslyqkzx

2021年910日星期

                                  

 

《胃肠病学报道(英文)》期刊简介

Gastroenterology Report

【微信公众号“胃肠学术平台”信息】

 

附属第六医院GR杂志创刊于2013年,始终稳中求进、砥砺前行。2018年获中国科技期刊国际影响力提升计划D类项目,2020年获批国内统一刊号(44-1750/R),成为了一本真正意义上的中国期刊(教育部主管、中山大学主办)。GR的中文刊名为《胃肠病学报道(英文)》。

国际影响力是GR的不懈追求

GR在创刊之初,就将打造学术口碑和国际影响力作为长期发展目标。作为英文期刊,对标领域内的国际名刊,打造具备国际影响力的品牌期刊。GR国际编委和国际审稿人比例均超过80%;从作者分布来看,GR 2020年收稿和刊稿的国际化比例分别为35%178/506)和56%42/75);从读者分布来看,GR 2020年论文下载和引用的国际化比例更是分别高达90%75%。上述国际化指标远高于大多数本土英文期刊,体现了GR的初心和使命,旨在为国内学者提供了一个更加开放的国际交流平台。

新的出版模式值得期待

随着2020年底GR获批CN号,2021年已开始于国内纸质发行。为了能让论文第一时间在PubMed上被检索到,GR计划自2022年起,将传统的按期出版变更为全年连续出版,即不再有的概念,而是一经Online即为最终出版并被PubMed索引。

作为一本本土英文学术期刊,GR依靠严格的学术标准、开放的国际化视野以及国内外众多消化相关领域学者的支持,希望能用时间积累口碑、打造品牌,用高标准、严要求、勤推广、优服务等切实行动来培育卓越

Gastroenterology Report (GR) 是一本开放获取的英文学术期刊,已被 SCI 收录;影响因子为 2.960 (20206月科睿唯安发布) GR 刊稿范围涵盖了与胃肠科学相关的各个领域,包括消化道(食管、胃、小肠、结直肠、肛门)、消化腺(肝、胆、胰、脾)以及肠内营养等相关学科的研究报道,旨在刊载胃肠病学领域的科研新成果、临床新技术、诊治新理念,致力于促进国内外学术交流和推动胃肠病学学科发展。欢迎投稿。更多信息详见:https://academic.oup.com/gastro

汪挺:邮箱wangt79@mail.sysu.edu.cn;微信号Wangt0911

甘可建:邮箱kgan@gastrorep.org;微信号KerrGan98

康蔓妮:邮箱mkang@gastrorep.org;微信号Gimlet_MN

梁碧霞:邮箱lbx0313@126.com;微信号lbx20125610416

 

《胃肠病学报道(英文)》作者须知

Gastroenterology Report

【官网信息】

 

Instructions to Authors

Manuscript Preparation Instructions

Submission

Please read these instructions carefully and follow them closely to ensure that the review and publication of your paper is as efficient and quick as possible. The Editors reserve the right to return manuscripts that are not in accordance with these instructions.

All material to be considered for publication in Gastroenterology Report should be submitted in electronic form via the journal's online submission system. Once you have prepared your manuscript according to the instructions below, instructions on how to submit your manuscript online can be found on the Online Submission page.

Manuscripts are normally evaluated by two members from an international panel of reviewers, and an editorial decision is made within six weeks of receipt of a manuscript.   

To contact the editorial office, please email kgan@gastrorep.org.

Online Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

You can improve the online accessibility of your paper by submitting an optimized copy that is highly indexable across all search engines. A large number of readers find articles online by using search engines such as Google. Most searching is done using keywords or key phrases. Including key phrases that people are likely to use for searching should make your article more discoverable. By taking some simple steps to optimize your article for search engines it will help your work to be discovered and read. This may in turn lead to the work being cited in others' work and will further raise the visibility of your article. Future measures, which assess the value of journals and of individual articles based on the number of times they are downloaded, are currently being developed and tested (see http://www.uksg.org/usagefactors/ and http://www.cranfieldlibrary.cranfield.ac.uk/pirus2/tiki-index.php ).

Manuscript Format And Structure

Please prepare your typescript text using a word-processing package (save in .doc, .docx or .rtf format). Please also include the files for any other supplementary material to be submitted with your manuscript (this material is published online only). It is recommended that authors spell-check all files before submission.

Other helpful hints are as follows: (i) use the TAB key once for paragraph indents; (ii) where possible use Times New Roman for the text font and Symbol for any Greek and special characters; (iii) use the word processing formatting features to indicate Bold , Italic , Greek, Maths, Superscript and Subscript characters; (iv) please avoid using underline: for cases use italic; for emphasis use bold; (v) clearly identify unusual symbols and Greek letters; (vi) where there might be confusion, differentiate between the letter O and zero, and the letters I and l and the number 1.

Article types

Articles come under one of seven article types. Each manuscript is composed of main document, figure files (if applicable), and supplementary material (if applicable). Depending on the article type of your paper, please include the following components in the main documents.

Original articles (a complete, comprehensive report of clinical, basic, or translational study): Structured abstract (no more than 270 words); keywords (4–6 words); main text (no more than 7,500 words); authors’ contributions; acknowledgements; funding; conflict of interest; references; figure legends; tables.

Meta analysis or Systematic review: Structured abstract (no more than 300 words, including background; objectives; data sources; study eligibility criteria, participants, and interventions; study appraisal and synthesis methods; results; limitations; conclusions and implications of key findings; systematic review registration number); keywords (4–6 words); main text (no more than 7,500 words); authors’ contributions; acknowledgements; funding; conflict of interest; references; figure legends; tables.

Reviews (a comprehensive analysis and/or synthesis of any specific topics): Unstructured abstract (no more than 250 words); keywords (4–6 words); main text (no more than 10,000 words); authors’ contributions; acknowledgements; funding; conflict of interest; references; figure legends; tables.

Brief reports (including, but being not limited to, a description of unique or rare cases, novel treatments such as surgery and medicine, special findings in pathologic, imaging, or endoscopic examinations, techniques or mechanistic insights, and new animal models of human diseases): No abstract or keywords; main text (no more than 1,000 words); acknowledgements; funding; conflict of interest; references (no more than 10); the title and legend of one figure or one table (if applicable).

Consensus: Unstructured abstract (no more than 250 words); keywords (4–6 words); main text; acknowledgements; conflict of interest information; references; figure legends; tables.

Editorials (invited): No abstract or keywords; main text (no more than 1,000 words); acknowledgements; conflict of interest; references (no more than 10); the title and legend of one figure or one table (if applicable).

Commentary: No abstract or keywords; main text (no more than 1,000 words); acknowledgements; conflict of interest information; references (no more than 10); figure legend (no more than one figure); table (no more than one table).

Letter to the Editor: (Comment on GR articles online published in the last six months): No abstract or keywords; main text (no more than 1,000 words); conflict of interest; references (no more than 10); figure and table are not permitted.

Title page

The title should be short, specific, and informative. A running title of no more than 50 characters, which may include abbreviations/acronyms, should also be offered. The first name, initial(s), and surname of each author should be followed by his or her department, institution, city, state or province (if possible), and country. The fax, telephone number, mail address (including street, city, state or province with postcode and country), and Email address of the corresponding author should also be provided. Co-corresponding authors are not recommended. If necessary, it is our editorial policy to list no more than three authors (from different affiliations) for correspondence and these authors cannot be from the same institute. Any changes of address may be given next to the Affiliations or Acknowledgements. A footnote stating “The authors wish it to be known that, in their opinion, the first x (no more than three) authors should be regarded as joint First Authors” or “xxx, xxx, and xxx contributed equally to this paper.” is permitted if requested. Any deletions or additions to the author list after acceptance of the paper must be submitted in writing, signed by all authors, to the editorial office.

It is important that authors ensure the following: (i) all names have the correct spelling and are in the correct order (first name, then family name); (ii) initials are correct. Occasionally, the distinction between surnames and forenames can be ambiguous, and this is to ensure that the authors’ full surnames and forenames are tagged correctly, for accurate indexing online.

Abstract

The second page of the manuscript should contain the Abstract. The structured Abstract must include the following separate sections: Background, state the context and purpose of the study; Methods, describe how the study was performed and statistical tests used; Results, list the main findings; Conclusions, state brief summary and potential implications. Please minimize the use of abbreviations in the Abstract; however, each abbreviation used should be defined at the first mention in the Abstract. For clinical trials, the clinical registry website and trial number should be stated at the end of the Abstract. The Abstract should be comprehensible to readers before they have read the paper, and reference citations must be avoided.

Abbreviations

Non-standard abbreviations should be defined at the first occurrence and introduced only where multiple use (usually more then three times) is made. Authors should not use abbreviations in headings.

Manuscript structure

Introduction. This section should position the study with regard to objective, rationale, and preceding work of other authors.

Materials and methods/Patients and methods. This section should be divided into headed subsections. To reduce a lengthy methods section, experimental details (buffer compositions, primer sequences, etc.) may be included in a separate supplementary file for online publication. However, each method must be briefly described and thoroughly referenced in the main article.

For investigations involving procedures with animals or animal tissues, the main Methods section should provide the generic name of the anaesthetic and analgesic agent(s) used, the dose, and the route and frequency of administration. Note also that neuromuscular blocking or paralytic agents should never be used without general anaesthesia. Methods used for monitoring of the adequacy of anaesthesia must be described. Methods used for euthanasia should likewise be explicitly described. For experiments involving isolated tissues or primary cell cultures, the procedures used for their isolation should be described, including methods of anaesthesia and/or euthanasia. Finally, it should be stated whether the investigation conforms to either the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals published by the United States National Institutes of Health or the Directive 2010/63/EU of the European Parliament.

If human subjects or tissues are used, you should state whether the investigation conforms with the principles outlined in the Declaration of Helsinki.

In addition, for both animal and human research, you should declare whether approval was granted by a local or university ethics review board (approval reference number to be given, if available). All manuscripts will be sent to an ethics subeditor for approval, if applicable, before the peer-review process is initiated.

Results. If pertinent, the section may be divided into headed subsections. For presentation of data, figures are preferred to tables. Also, extensive numerical data should appear in legends to the figures rather than in the main body of text.

Discussion. This section should not contain paragraphs dealing with topics that are beyond the scope of the study. Four manuscript pages should in general be enough to compare and interpret the data with regard to previous work by yourself and others. The discussion should follow a general format that looks something like this: 1) recap of the key findings in the study (without comparing them to other studies); 2) description of how the findings in the study compare to other studies/sources; 3) discussion of the study limitations; and 4) discussion of the ideas the reader should take from the paper (the conclusions) and the future directions or future studies warranted.

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