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Author Guidelines


Aims and Scope


Medical Dosimetry aims to publish articles that will enhance the overall knowledge of the medical dosimetrist. Articles are published from the point of view not only of dosimetrists, but also of medical physicists, radiation oncologists, radiologic technologists, and other specialists. Therefore, submissions to Medical Dosimetry must concern subject matter relevant to the common field of medical dosimetry. Content should add to or improve the working knowledge of a medical dosimetrist or to the field of radiation oncology in general. Articles that do not meet these requirements will be deemed out of scope and returned without review.


Maintenance of Profile


It is the responsibility of the Author to assure all contact and personal information is current in his/her user profile. Medical Dosimetry will not assume responsibility for obtaining updated contact information for any Author. Manuscripts for which the listed Corresponding Author's information is invalid will be automatically assigned a status of "withdrawn." Failure to maintain user profiles may result in rejection of the manuscript, even after an acceptance has been issued, when a communication pathway for correspondence with the journal is required and determined by the Editor-in-Chief to be unavailable.


Category of Articles


1. Articles Category:


a. Dosimetry Contribution

b. Medical Physics Contribution

c. Clinical Radiation Oncology Contribution

It is recognized that radiation oncology is a specialty that uniquely integrates different professional aspects. As such, it is natural that many manuscripts will incorporate elements of each of the former categories. Therefore, the Corresponding Author should identify the predominant theme of the manuscript and submit it under that category.


Dosimetry Contribution: The theme of an article submitted as a Dosimetry Contribution should indicate how theory is translated into practical implementation for use by the medical dosimetrist.



use of treatment planning involved in the research process

how new technology can be incorporated into practical treatment delivery or planning

implementation and use of new techniques

Medical Physics Contribution: The theme of an article submitted as a Medical Physics Contribution should predominantly address radiation oncology related physics theory, quality assurance, and/or subject matter that pertains to the function of a medical physicist working in radiation oncology.




machine or beam characteristics

algorithm development or their implementation

analysis of models (physical or biological)

quality assurance mechanics, control practices, or techniques

Clinical Radiation Oncology Contribution: The theme of an article submitted as a Clinical Contribution should predominantly address how a class of patients responds to a particular treatment or technique.



use of tumor dose limits for better tumor treatment

biological motivation or changes in outcomes due to the use of new treatment or simulation approaches

dose-related response characteristics

Article Type Submissions


2. Article Type Submissions may be in the form of a (a) Research Article, (b) Review Article, (c) Case Study, (d) Technical Note, (e) Didactic Note, or (f) Letter to the Editor. For length estimation, a rule of thumb is to divide the double-spaced manuscript text by 3 and the number of figures/tables by 4 to estimate the total count of resulting printed pages.


a) A Research Article is a report of original experimental or theoretical research. Authors should keep in mind that attention to clarity and conciseness facilitates the review process and also the impact of the published article. Limit: 10 journal pages.


b) A Review Article is an authoritative review of a subject important to the field of radiation oncology. It may be either invited or proffered. In either case, the review process will be employed. Limit: 10 journal pages.


c) A Case Study is a concise description of a technique, procedure, clinical implementation, or clinical patient-related complication of relevance to the practice of medical dosimetry. Appropriate for this article type are "tricks-of-the-trade," helpful hints to solve a specific problem, or "how-to's" on application to clinical practice. Limit: 3 journal pages.


d) A Technical Note is a brief description of a specific new development, procedure, or use of a device that offers a solution to a current specific problem and has sufficient relevance to be useful to many readers of Medical Dosimetry. Limit: 3 journal pages.


e) A Didactic Note is a short explanation of technical or clinical concepts that are specifically relevant to the practice and understanding of medical dosimetry. The Didactic Note may still present some newly measured data or a new derivation of some kind, but this must be done with pedagogic purpose in mind. These submissions should contain a brief introduction that explains why clarification of the topic is necessary. Limit: 4 journal pages.


f) A Letter to the Editor is a brief response to a published article of general interest to readers. It may be either invited or proffered. Letter must reference Medical Dosimetry articles no older than two issues from the last published volume. Limit: 1 journal page.




Our online submission system guides you stepwise through the process of entering your article details and uploading your files. The system converts your article files to a single PDF file used in the peer-review process. Editable files (e.g., Word, LaTeX) are required to typeset your article for final publication. All correspondence, including notification of the Editor's decision and requests for revision, is sent by e-mail.


Submit your article

Please submit your article via http://ees.elsevier.com/meddos.


When a revision is called for, Corresponding Authors will have three (3) months within which to submit their revision. If a revision is not submitted, the submission will be archived and rejected without further processing. For all revisions, the manuscript will be assigned a new manuscript number and considered as a new submission to the Journal. It is likely that the same Associate Editor and Reviewers will handle the revision(s).






MSCMDGeorge S. Arnould


Gavin Cranmer-SargisonMsc



罗切斯特大学James P. Wilmot癌症中心,辐射肿瘤学系,纽约州罗切斯特



Nishele LenardsMSCMDRTR)(T),FAAMD

威斯康星大学 - 拉克罗斯,威斯康星州拉克罗斯医学剂量测试项目



Cory J. NeillMSCMDRTR)(T




Timothy A. Ritter博士,DABR






Lehendrick TurnerMBACMD


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