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ACTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA《斯堪的纳维亚眼科学报》 (官网投稿)

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  • 期刊简称ACTA OPHTHALMOL
  • 参考译名《斯堪的纳维亚眼科学报》
  • 核心类别 SCI期刊(2019), SCIE期刊(2019), 外文期刊,
  • IF影响因子3.761
  • 自引率9.50%
  • 主要研究方向医学-OPHTHALMOLOGY 眼科学

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ACTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA《斯堪的纳维亚眼科学报》(一年8期). Acta Ophthalmologica is published on behalf of the Acta Ophthalmologica Scandinavica Foundation and is&nb...[显示全部]
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Editorial Board

Chief Editors

Professor Kai Kaarniranta

University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio University Hospital

Department of Ophthalmology

Kuopio, Finland

Email: kai.kaarniranta@kuh.fi

 

Professor Einar Stefánsson

University of Iceland, National University Hospital

Department of Ophthalmology

101 Reykjavík, Iceland

E-mail: acta@actaophthalmologica.com

 

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Stefan Einarsson

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Guðný S. Guðmundudóttir

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Dhanalakshmi Dwarakanath Govind

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Author Guidelines

Acta Ophthalmologica publishes clinical and experimental original articles, reviews, editorials, educational photo-essays (Diagnosis and Therapy in Ophthalmology), letters to the editor and doctoral theses. Priority is given to high quality original papers and review articles. Manuscripts are accepted on the condition that they have not been, and will not be published elsewhere, except for abstracts of oral presentations. All submissions are subject to editorial review and will be reviewed by two or more independent reviewers, editorial board members, and guest editors. It is assumed that all authors have considered the ethical aspects of the study and followed the guidelines of the Helsinki Declaration, which should always be specified in the manuscript.

Online Only Publication

Letters to the editor are published online only. The editor decides whether any publication is electronic only or both in print and electronic form. The authors are notified and consulted on this decision.

ONLINE SUBMISSION

Manuscripts to Acta Ophthalmologica should be submitted online via the journal's submission site: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/acta

ORCID

As part of the journal’s commitment to supporting authors at every step of the publishing process, Acta Ophthalmologica requires the submitting author (only) to provide an ORCID iD when submitting a manuscript. This takes around 2 minutes to complete. Please see Wiley’s resources on ORCID here.

Preprint policy

This journal will consider for review articles previously available as preprints. Authors may also post the submitted version of a manuscript to a preprint server at any time. Authors are requested to update any pre-publication versions with a link to the final published article.

Data Sharing and Data Accessibility

Acta Ophthalmologica encourages authors to share the data and other artefacts supporting the results in the paper by archiving it in an appropriate public repository. Authors should include a data accessibility statement, including a link to the repository they have used, in order that this statement can be published alongside their paper.

All accepted manuscripts may elect to publish a data availability statement to confirm the presence or absence of shared data. If you have shared data, this statement will describe how the data can be accessed, and include a persistent identifier (e.g., a DOI for the data, or an accession number) from the repository where you shared the data.

Sample statements are available here. If published, statements will be placed in the heading of your manuscript.

ORIGINAL PAPERS

Arrangement of the manuscript: The manuscript should include the following: 1) title page; 2) abstract, and key words; 3) main text (introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion); 4) acknowledgement; 5) references; 6) figure and figure legends; 7) tables; 8) illustrations and graphics. For more information on manuscript format, please refer to the following guidelines.

1) The Title Page should contain on separate lines author(s) name, institution, and the title of the article. In addition, it should contain the e-mail and postal addresses, plus telephone and fax numbers of the corresponding author. All author affiliations and corresponding authors addresses should be supplied in English.

2) The Abstract of original papers must be structured with the following headings: Purpose, Methods, Results, Conclusion, and should not exceed 250 words. Abstracts of review articles, perspective of ophthalmology, and historical articles do not have to be structured in this same way. Diagnosis/Therapy in Ophthalmology contributions, editorials and Letters to the Editor do not have an abstract, please see separate instructions below. Key Words: Four to nine key words for indexing purposes must be given.

3) Main text should be concise and as far as possible free of specialised language, and unnecessary or not generally accepted abbreviations. Abbreviations must be spelled out on first mention.

The following order of presentation is recommended:

Introduction stating the purpose of the article and key aspects of present knowledge. Extensive literature reviews are not desirable. Primary sources are preferred.

Material: Notice that the journal requests that all research has followed the Tenets of the Declaration of Helsinki, and that the details are provided in the manuscript text. Methods of investigation with sufficient information to permit repetition of experiments. The journal requires that authors who report on eye cancer include in their manuscript the Union for International Cancer Control / American Joint Committee on Cancer (UICC / AJCC) Tumor, Node, Metastasis (TNM) categories and stages (7th Edition) in addition to any other cancer classification scheme the authors wish to use.

Statistics and mathematical analyses should be applied when appropriate and be described under Methods. Authors are encouraged to take advice from an expert of statistics already when the study is designed. The following rules regarding reporting should be adhered to:

- Report proportions if the number of subjects is smaller than 10 (e.g. 2 of 5), report percentages in integers if the number of subjects is less than 100 (e.g. 34%). If the number of subjects is larger, one decimal place can be given, but is seldom necessary (e.g. 34.5%).

- Report summary statistics of normally distributed variables as mean with standard deviation, and other variable as medium with range. Use parametric and nonparametric statistical tests accordingly.

- Give exact p-values (e.g. p=0.15 and p=0.034); if p-value is smaller than 0.0001, report p - Give 95% confidence intervals for main findings.

- Mention the statistical test used with the p-value (e.g. p=0.015, paird t-test). If the same test is repeated, it does not need to be specified again.

- The statistical software used need not be referenced in the manuscript text, unless it is specific for the statistical method used (or these can be put later under a separate heading, with a pointer here).

Results should be as clearly presented as possible. Scatterplots and similar graphical presentations are often preferable to tables. Do not duplicate in the text data that is given in tables and figures.

Discussion should be based directly on the author(s)' contributions and with reference to prior investigations, pointing out the significance and the limitations of the study.

4) Acknowledgements should indicate the name, society and date of the meeting if an abstract of the article has been presented previously. Support for the study can also be published here. A statement regarding possible conflict of interest must be included here. The journal requires that all authors disclose any potential sources of conflict of interest. Any interest or relationship, financial or otherwise that might be perceived as influencing an author's objectivity is considered a potential source of conflict of interest. These must be disclosed when directly relevant or directly related to the work that the authors describe in their manuscript. Potential sources of conflict of interest include, but are not limited to:

Personal financial interests: Stocks or shares in companies that may gain or lose financially through publication; consultant fees or fees from speaker bureaus other forms of remuneration from organizations that may gain or lose financially; patents or patent applications whose value may be affected by publication;

Funding: Research support from organizations that might gain or lose financially through publication of the paper;

Employment: Recent, present or anticipated employment of you or a family member by any organization that may gain or lose financially through publication of the paper.

Patent rights.

Consultancy work.

The existence of a conflict of interest does not preclude publication. If the authors have no conflict of interest to declare, they must also state this at submission. It is the responsibility of the corresponding author to review this policy with all authors and collectively to disclose with the submission ALL pertinent commercial and other relationships.

5) References. The author(s) is responsible for accurate references that must conform to journal style. If references are not in journal style, the manuscript will be returned for editing without review. References in the text should quote the last name(s) of the author(s) and the year of publication: (Brown & Smith 2003) or (Brown et al. 2003) when there are three or more authors. The reference list should include only those publications cited in the text and must be listed in alphabetic order with no numbering. Initials of forenames are placed after the surname with no commas, periods or spaces between initials. All articles should be cited in the original language of the reference, not as an English translation. References 'in press' must be filled in at latest in at the proof stage. Reference to unpublished material should state the author's name followed by 'unpublished' or 'personal communications'; such references should not appear in the reference list. Titles of journals are abbreviated according to the recommendations of the Index Medicus.

The Wiley House Style guide provides more details on reference management and can be accessed via Author Guidelines, here:

https://authorservices.wiley.com/author-resources/Journal-Authors/Prepare/manuscript-preparation-guidelines.html/index.htm

Examples of a reference list:

(1995): Results of the Endophthalmitis Vitrectomy Study. A randomized trial of immediate vitrectomy and of intravenous antibiotics for the treatment of postoperative bacterial endophthalmitis. Endophthalmitis Vitrectomy Study Group. Arch Ophthalmol 113: 14791496. https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaophthalmology/articleabstract/641425

AgeRelated Eye Disease Study 2 Research Group, Huynh N, Nicholson BP et al. (2014): Visual acuity after cataract surgery in patients with agerelated macular degeneration: agerelated eye disease study 2 report number 5. Ophthalmology 121: 12291236.

Abrahamsson M, Ohlsson J & Abrahamsson H (2003): Clinical evaluation of an eccentric infrared photorefactor; the PowerRefractor. Acta Ophthalmol Scand 81: 605-610.

Bailey IL (1998): Visual acuity. In: Benjamin WJ (ed.) Borish's Clinical Clinical Refraction. Philadelphia: W.B.Saunders 179-202.

Sharaaway T (2003): Glaucoma surgery: Lest we forget. Acta Ophthalmol 81: 553-555.

World Health Organization. (2020) https://www.who.int/newsroom/articlesdetail/keyconsiderationsforrepatriationandquarantineoftravellersinrelationtotheoutbreakofnovelcoronavirus2019ncov/ (accessed March 9, 2020).

In papers with less than 7 or less authors, all author names should be listed in the reference list. In papers with more than 7 authors, after the sixth author's name, use an ellipsis in place of the author names. Then provide the final author name.

https://authorservices.wiley.com/asset/Wiley-Journals-Style-Manual.pdf

6) Figure Legends. Legends to figures should make the meaning of each illustration understandable without reference to the text. Figure legends should be on separate pages.

7) Tables should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals and cited in the text. The approximate location in the text should be indicated in the manuscript. Each table should be typed as a separate document. Tables should have legends. Footnotes can be used in tables, if necessary.

8) Illustrations and graphics. All photographs, drawings and graphs are referred to as figures, abbreviated Fig., and should be numbered in sequence with Arabic numerals. Photographs and other images should be cropped so that only relevant parts of original figures are submitted. All figures should be planned to fit the printed column, 56, 117 or 178mm, and non-photographic illustrations should be professionally produced using modern software. Authors are encouraged to print their illustrations in the intended size before submission to make sure that sizes have been chosen correctly. The authors should also adapt graphics for the 3-column format and adjust the font size accordingly. Graphics are not re-drawn by the publisher. Histograms and similiar graphics should not be 3-dimensional. Complicated graphical illustrations can often be made more legible by the use of colour. Figures should be on separate pages. Please submit all line graphics as EPS or PDF files and photographs as TIF or PDF files. When submitting EPS files please embed fonts when you can. For more information on preparing and submitting figures please visit our Electronic Artwork Guidelines: https://authorservices.wiley.com/author-resources/Journal-Authors/Prepare/manuscript-preparation-guidelines.html

Consult the section on colour charges, colour policy and page charges below.

REVIEW ARTICLES

Review articles should be arranged in the following order: 1) title page; 2) abstract; 3) key words; 4) text, 5) acknowledgement; 6) references; 7) tables; 8) legends to figures; 9) illustrations and graphics.

Review articles have high priority. They are usually invited, but the journal may also accept unsolicited review articles. Articles with clinical relevance are preferred. Manuscripts of this type may be considerably longer than other contributions with numerous illustrations and more extensive reference lists. Review papers have an abstract that may be in a single segment.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Acta Ophthalmologica will consider letters for publication. Letters to the editor will be published electronically in each issue of Acta. Other material, including articles, may also be published in electronic issues of Acta and not on paper. The electronic articles and letters will be listed in exactly the same way as other material in Acta, including in international databases. They will be accessible in the same way as other published material, except in the paper issue of the journal.

Letters should encourage scientific discussion on topics pertaining to ophthalmology, and may also consist of short reports or observations. A letter to the editor should start with 'Editor,' and be short and to the point. Long introductions and discussions are unacceptable. Letters should have title page, main text, no abstract, no key words, and no subheadings. Letters should not exceed 600 words and should have a maximum of 5 references and 1 table or 1 illustrations. It could be panel of figures. The editors reserve the right to edit letters for clarity and brevity.

DIAGNOSIS/THERAPY IN OPHTHALMOLOGY

The Diagnosis/Therapy in Ophthalmology section features photo essays, i.e. short contributions that focus on images rather than text. Submissions should be based on images that emphasise features relevant to contemporary diagnosis and treatment of eye disease. The aim of this section is to improve patient care by alerting readers to the appropriate use of diagnostic techniques and important clinical signs. This section is not intended for reporting rare or unusual findings unless the technique described has wide applicability. The text should have no abstract, no subheadings, and should start directly with the case report, followed by a short comment. The text should be about two doubly spaced manuscript pages. The legends are typed on a separate page. Illustrations can include any combination of clinical photographs, ultrasonographic and radiology images, histopathology slides, topographic maps, visual fields, and other relevant pictures, provided that they have educational value to the general reader and cropped to show only essential details. The images must be accompanied by a concise comment and up to five references which put them in perspective. Acta will usually only print one article in this section in every issue. Acta has a section editor for this type of article.

PERSPECTIVE IN OPHTHALMOLOGY

Perspective in ophthalmology will shed a new interpretation and focused light on topics within clinical ophthalmology. Submitted material should stop readers to look at current problems, controversies or tenets of the ophthalmology from a new vantage point and serve primarily to outline new hypotheses. It should demand readers to wonder how they could have missed or overlooked this singular side of a story or issue. Subjects published in this section may include themes, such as doctor-patient relationships, health-care systems, innovative educational or therapeutic programs, diagnostic dilemmas or cost-effective analysis. A column may include citations and references, but should not be a review or meta-analysis of existing literature. Perspective in Ophthalmology will not necessarily relate to sections within the same issue, but could represent responses or reactions to papers published earlier. Manuscripts should be arranged in the following order: 1) title page; 2) abstract; 3) key words; 4) text, 5) references; 6) tables; 7) legends to figures; 8) illustrations and graphics.

THESES

Acta publishes full-text theses (academic dissertations) online. A one or two-page abstract is published in the printed version of the journal, while full text of the theses is available online only. Theses are freely available on the web both to subscribers and to non-subscribers. This means that theses can be found on Medline and are easily available over the world. The publication cost is low and the service is supported by Acta's owners, the Nordic Ophthalmological Societies. Click here for further information.

SUPPORTING INFORMATION

Supporting Information is linked to the article on the web and should enhance the parent article but should not be essential to understand the article content in the print edition of the journal. Please do not include Supporting Information within the main manuscript file, but upload as separate file(s) named Supporting Information, Table S1, Table S2, Figure S1 etc.

Supporting Information needs to be cited in the text.

Provide a legend on each Supporting Information item after the References, in the order in which the material is cited in the text. Include a title and a brief summary of the content. For audio and video files, include also the author's name(s), videographer, participants, length (minutes), and size (MB). Permission statements from patients or other relevant individuals may be required.

Supporting Information content may include text documents, questionnaires, tables, figures, graphics, illustrations, audio and DVD/video material, research protocols and mathematical calculations. Videos will be included as Supporting Information. For further instructions, click here. Supporting document information with a web-directory as to where they are found will be at the back of the text.

Authors reporting results from a questionnaire survey should include a copy of the questionnaire used (original language and/or English translation) together with the manuscript, unless the questionnaire is in common use and/or published before, when a reference will suffice. Supporting Information is subject to the terms in the Copyright Transfer Agreement form, but authors are solely responsible for the accuracy and content of the material provided (a publisher's disclaimer is added).

Authors are encouraged and may even be asked to submit anonymized raw data as supporting information to make their study more transparent and reproducible by others.

LANGUAGE

Papers should be written in English. The spelling should follow the Concise Oxford Dictionary, i.e. British English. For medical terms, Dorland's Medical Dictionary should be used. The minus sign should be shown as -. In decimal fractions use a full stop and not a comma. Footnotes should be avoided. In abbreviations, units, and symbols, standardised terms should be used.

Article Preparation Support

Wiley Editing Services offers expert help with English Language Editing, as well as translation, manuscript formatting, figure illustration, figure formatting, and graphical abstract design – so you can submit your manuscript with confidence. Also, check out our resources for Preparing Your Article for general guidance about writing and preparing your manuscript.

COLOUR FIGURES AND POLICY

Acta requests all figures that are inherently in colour (e.g. fundus photographs, clinical photographs, histology, optical coherence tomography) be submitted to the journal in true colour. If other figures are submitted in colour (photographs or graphics) it is assumed that they are also intended for publication in colour. For manuscripts where the formal corresponding authors is a member of the Nordic Ophthalmological Societies, a member of EVER, or a personal subscriber, there will be no colour reproduction charge. For other manuscripts, a colourwork agreement form must be completed and submitted, authorizing a charge of GBP 300. Please submit colour work forms to:

Customer Services (OPI)

John Wiley & Sons Ltd,

European Distribution Centre

New Era Estate

Oldlands Way, Bognor Regis

West Sussex PO22 9NQ

Invited articles are not charged for colour illustrations.

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