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Obesity Reviews(研究方向:内分泌学与代谢) (官网投稿)

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Obesity Reviews(双月刊),创刊于2000年,出版国家为英国。杂志每月出版的关于与肥胖及其合并症有关的所有学科的评论。这包括基础和行为科学,临床治疗和结果,流行病学,预防和公共卫生。因此,该杂志应吸引对肥胖及其合并症感兴趣的所有专业人士。
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Instructions to Authors

 

Obesity Reviews publishes state of the art reviews, written by experts in the field of obesity research. The journal is published monthly; each issue is devoted to a highly important and timely topic in this area. Every issue will contain 5-8 authoritative, well referenced and illustrated reviews on all aspects of the specific theme of the issue.

 

Submission is considered on the conditions that papers are previously unpublished, and are not offered simultaneously elsewhere; that all authors have read and approved the content, and all authors have also declared all competing interests; and that the work complies with Ethical Policies of the journal, and has been conducted under internationally accepted ethical standards after relevant ethical review. It is highly recommended you read this policy and complete any necessary documentation prior to your submission.

 

Plagiarism Detection Software

This journal employs a plagiarism detection system. By submitting your manuscript to this journal you accept that your manuscript may be screened for plagiarism against previously published works.

 

EDITORIAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

 

Acceptance of papers is based on the originality of the observation or investigation, the quality of the work described, the clarity of presentation, and the relevance to our readership. When submitting a manuscript it is with the understanding that the manuscript (or its essential substance) has not been published other than as an abstract in any language or format and has not been submitted elsewhere for print or electronic publication consideration.

The journal operates a stringent peer review process. All manuscripts will be reviewed by the Editors, members of the Editorial Board, or other expert reviewers. At the discretion of the Editors, the manuscript may be returned immediately without full review, if deemed not competitive or outside the realm of interests of the majority of the readership of the Journal. The decision (reject, invite revision, accept) letter will be conveyed through Obesity Reviews ScholarOne Manuscripts, coming directly from the Editor who has assumed responsibility for the manuscript's review. Editorial decisions are based not just on technical merit of the work, but also on other factors such as the priority for publication and the relevance to the Journal's general readership. All papers are judged in relation to other submissions currently under consideration. Rebuttals to rejected manuscripts are strongly discouraged and requests for resubmission of rejected manuscripts are generally not granted.

 

Publication ethics

 

Obesity Reviews is a member of the UK Committee on Publication Ethics and subscribes to its recommendations (Committee on Publication Ethics [COPE]: guidelines on good publication practice, www.publicationethics.org.uk). Our Best Practice Guidelines on Publication Ethics: A Publisher's Perspective. Second Edition are available at http://exchanges.wiley.com/ethicsguidelines. The Editors reserve the right to reject a paper on ethical grounds. All authors are responsible for adhering to guidelines on good publication practice.

 

No paper can be published in the Journal unless it meets all of these requirements.

 

The corresponding author must provide an e-mail address for communication with the Editors and the Publisher.

 

The Editors retain the usual right to modify the style and length of a contribution (major changes being agreed with the corresponding author) and to decide the time of publication.

 

Manuscript format

 

Reviews must be written in English and are subjected to editorial and peer review. Published articles are 8-10 printed pages in extent including references. (For guidance purposes, 10 typeset pages equates to approximately 8,300 words; text should be reduced if figures/tables are included to stay within the 10 printed page limit). Thus, during the revision process, authors may need to reduce the length of their articles. Alternatively, authors unable to do this will pay a page charge of £85.00 for each additional printed page beyond 10 pages (including tables and figures).

 

Full details and guidance on the preparation of all material (text, tables and figures) can be found here.

 

Possible comments and suggestions of the editor may be sent to the author(s), who authorise(s) the publication of the article in the revised form. Proof reading will be reduced to a minimum.

 

General advice about the presentation of manuscripts:

 

All pages should be numbered.

The name and address and telephone and fax numbers of the author to whom correspondence and proofs should be sent should be included on the title page and the covering letter.

Do not use abbreviations.

All scientific units should be expressed in SI units.

Authors should use person first language: e.g., "patients with obesity" rather than "obese patients". See http://www.obesityaction.org/weight-bias-and-stigma/people-first-language-for-obesity for further information.

A copy of the manuscript should be kept by the authors for reference.

An acknowledgement of receipt of the manuscript will be sent by the Journal.

Manuscripts rejected for publication will not be returned.

 

Title Page

The title page should contain: (1) the title of the article, (2) the name of each author (first name and surname preferred), (3) the name of the department(s) and institution(s) to which the authors belong, (4) three to four key words, (5) a running title, (6) acknowledgements, (7) address of corresponding author and e-mail address, (8) potential conflicts of interest.

 

Main text

Review articles should be divided into: (1) abstract (about 200 words), (2) introduction, (3) text subdivided in paragraphs, (4) conclusion or discussion. Authors are particularly encouraged to use tables, diagrams and figures. Personal conclusions and practical applications are welcome.

 

Abbreviations

Abbreviations should be explained at the beginning of the manuscript and listed in the order in which they appear. Avoid abbreviations in the title and in the abstract.

 

Drug Names

Generic names should, in general, be used. If an author so desires, brand names may be inserted in parentheses.

 

References

References should be cited numerically in the order they appear in the text. Identify references in text, tables and legends by Arabic numerals in parentheses or as superscripts; authors of unpublished work which has not yet been accepted for publication must be included in the text only (e.g. J-P Després & MJ Stock - unpublished data). Please provide the names of all authors, unless there are 7 or more authors, in which case, please list only the first 3 authors, followed by et al. References should be listed and journal titles abbreviated according to the style used by Index Medicus; examples are given below. References are included in the 10 page limit.

 

Examples of journal references:

Castonguay TW, Dallman MF, Stern JS. Some metabolic and behavioural effects of adrenalectomy in obese Zucker rats. Am J Physiol 1986; 251: R923-R933.

Cann PA, Rovati LC, Smart H. Loxiglumide, a CCK-A antagonist, in irritable bowel syndrome: a pilot multicentre clinical study (Abstract). Gastroent 1993; 104: A486.

Maher VMG, Thompson GR. Analysis of evidence from cholesterol-lowering and regression trials. J Drug Dev Suppl 1990; 3/1: 199-203.

Examples of book references:

Lissner L, Bengtsson C, Lapidus L. Body weight variability and mortality in the Gothenburg Prospective Studies on men and women. In: Bjorntorp P, Rossner S (eds). Obesity in Europe 88: Proceedings of the First European Congress on Obesity. Libbey: London, 1989, pp 55-60.

Paul AA, Southgate DAT (eds) McCance and Widdowson's The composition of foods. 4th edn. HMSO: London, 1978.

National Research Council. Diet and health, National Academy Press: Washington DC 1989.

Example of web reference:

Beckleheimer, J. (1994). How do you cite URLs in a bibliography? [WWW document]. URL http://www.nrlssc.navy.mil/meta/bibliography.html

 

Tables

Type each table on a separate page; number tables consecutively and supply a brief title for each. Each table should have a caption. Cite each table in the text in consecutive order, using Arabic numbers.

 

Figures

Please submit vector graphics (e.g. line artwork) in Encapsulated Postscript Format (EPS), and bitmap files (e.g. half-tones) in Tagged Image File Format (TIFF). Detailed guidance on preparing digital illustrations is available via Wiley-Blackwell Author Services at http://olabout.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-828011.html. Letters, numbers and symbols should be clear and even throughout, and of sufficient size so that when reduced for publication the item will still be legible; titles and detailed explanations should be included in the legends for illustrations, not in the illustrations themselves. Cite each figure in the text in consecutive order.

 

If you wish to use a figure that has been previously published, you must acknowledge the original source and submit written permission from the copyright holder to reproduce the material. Please use our official form for requesting such permission, which can be found here. Legends for illustrations should be typed on a separate page of the main manuscript, with Arabic numbers corresponding to the illustrations. When symbols, arrows, numbers or letters are used to identify parts of the illustrations, explain each one in the legend. Explain the internal scale and identify the method of staining in photomicrographs.

 

It is the policy of Obesity Reviews for authors to pay the full cost for reproduction of their colour artwork. Therefore, please note that if there is colour artwork in your manuscript when it is accepted for publication, Wiley-Blackwell require you to complete and return a colour work agreement form before your paper can be published.

 

If you are unable to access the Internet, or are unable to download the form, please contact the Production Editor at the address below and they will be able to email a form to you.

 

Once completed, please mail the form to the Production Editor at the address below:

 

Rizza Mostar-Salterio

Production Editor

SPi Bldg., Pascor Drive

Sto. Nino, Paranaque City 1700

Philippines

E-mail: ssalterio@wiley.com

 

Please note that electronically sent copies will not be accepted.

 

Any article received by Wiley-Blackwell with colour artwork will not be published until the form has been returned.

 

*To read PDF files, you must have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. If you do not have this program, it is available free from: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html

 

Table and figure legends

Legends for tables and figures should be typed on a separate page following on from the main text, with Arabic numbers corresponding to the numbers assigned to the matching figure or table (Table 1: …, Table 2: …, Figure 1: … etc.). When symbols, arrows, numbers or letters are used to identify parts of the illustrations, explain each one in the legend. Explain the internal scale and identify the method of staining in photomicrographs.

 

Supporting information

Online Supporting Information can include additional explanatory notes, data sets, lists, figures or tables that will not be published in the print edition of the journal and which are ancillary to, rather than central to, the article. Supporting Information must be approved by the Editor and should be supplied as a single PDF file headed by the title of the paper and the authors' names, addresses and contact information. Supporting Information will be published exactly as supplied and it is the author's responsibility to ensure that the material is logically laid out, adequately described, and in a format accessible to readers. Animations and other moving images or sound files in standard formats must be supplied as separate files. Figures and tables in Supporting Information should be referred to in the main text and labelled Fig. S1, Fig. S2 or Table S1, etc., in the order cited. Full guidelines and information on acceptable file formats may be found at http://authorservices.wiley.com/bauthor/suppmat.asp.

Submission

 

All reviews (in English) should be submitted online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/obr. Full instructions, a user ID and password are available at the site. Please supply your entire manuscript in electronic format, along with any required forms (see below), a covering letter, and the email address of each listed author.

 

All listed authors must complete an ICMJE COI disclosure form. The submitting author must collect all of these forms and each completed form must be scanned and submitted along with the manuscript. A Conflicts of Interest Statement including all of the information disclosed on the forms must be included in the manuscript, in a section placed after the discussion and before the acknowledgements.

 

If the manuscript contains a figure, table or quoted text that has been previously published, written permission to reproduce the material must be obtained from the copyright holder using the official Permission Request Form. The completed form should be scanned and submitted along with the manuscript.

 

Technical support for submission can be obtained by e-mailing: support@scholarone.com or by telephoning 1 434 817 2040 ext 167.

Authors with Journal policy or style questions regarding submission should contact the Editorial Office at:

Ellie Needs

Obesity Reviews Editorial Office

World Obesity

Charles Darwin 2

107 Gray's Inn Road

London, WC1X 8TZ

UK

E-mail: obr@worldobesity.org

 

编委会

 

主编

David David约翰逊

444 W Willis307

底特律

MI 48201

 

亚历山大

法国

世界肥胖联合会

Charles Darwin House

12 Roger Street

伦敦,WC1N 2JU

英国

电子邮件:afrench@worldobesity.org

 

生产办公室

Rizza Mostar-Salterio

电子邮件:ssalterio@wiley.com

 

编辑委员

David B. Allison

教授美国

 

伯明翰教授Marleen教授A. van Baak

Maastricht,荷兰

 

教授Kelly D. Brownell

Durham,美国

 

教授Mikael Fogelholm

芬兰赫尔辛基

 

教授Fabio S.

戈麦斯 里约热内卢,巴西

 

苏珊A.杰布教授

,英国牛津

 

沃尔夫冈·朗汉斯教授

瑞士苏黎世

 

罗纳德CW马教授

沙田,香港

 

安杰洛Pietrobelli教授

意大利维罗纳

 

Prioetto教授

澳大利亚墨尔本

 

副教授阿曼达·萨利斯教授(姓塞恩斯伯里)

悉尼,澳大利亚

 

教授Arya Sharma

Edmonton,加拿大

 

教授Boyd Swinburn

新西兰奥克兰