网站187网微信二维码

扫微信,关注编辑QQ!

您的位置:网站187网 >>sci/scie187 >>医药卫生>>康复pt

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America(研究方向:复原) (官网兴发)

简介
  • 187简称待设置
  • 参考译名待设置
  • pt类别 外文187,
  • IF影响因子待设置
  • 自引率待设置
  • 主要研究方向待设置

主要研究方向:

等待设置主要研究方向
待设置

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America(季刊),创刊于1990年,亚洲国家是美国。物理pt和康复诊所为患者提供最新趋势,为选择治疗选择提供良好的基础。平台主题包括脑损伤康复,电诊断,老年康复,肌肉骨骼pt,神经肌肉pt,疼痛管理,脊柱pt,运动pt/邻近康复和中风/神经康复。
征稿信息

网站提示:

1、兴发方式:官网兴发

2、官网网址:http://www.pmr.theclinics.com/

3、兴发网址:http://editorial.elsevier.com

4、官网邮箱:ElsevierClinics@elsevier.com

JournalsOnlineSupport-usa@elsevier.com

eurosupport@elsevier.com(欧洲)

5、官网电话:+1800654-2452+1314447-8871(美国和加拿大境外)+4401865-843177(在欧洲)

6、信息说明:平台信息来源于网络,包括 SCI 兴发pt187,增补187,187兴发数据每年进行更新。本站是公益性网站,为网友兴发提供免费服务,由于受相关约束,我们不能提供相关187的影响因子、JCR187分区等数据供大家参考,造成不便,敬请谅解。

2017221日星期二

           


CLINICS MANUSCRIPT GUIDELINES

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics updates you on the latest trends in patient management, keeps you up to date on the newest advances, and provides a sound basis for choosing treatment options. Each issue focuses on a single topic in physical and rehabilitation medicine and is presented under the direction of an experienced editor. Topics include brain injury rehabilitation, electrodiagnosis, geriatric rehabilitation, musculoskeletal medicine, neuromuscular medicine, pain management, spine medicine, sports medicine/ortho rehabilitation, and stroke/neurologic rehabilitation.

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics publishes four times per year, in February, May, August, and November.

The Clinics publish current review articles covering topics of use in daily practice and for in-depth comprehension. Topics

span the breadth and depth of information on a subject – evidence-based information provides the practitioner clinical

information useable for point-of-care as well as for deeper comprehension, analysis, evidence. The Clinics provide

practitioners and residents the current state of the practice, addressing the key points, diagnosis, prognosis, clinical

management, and complications of disease and techniques, evidence, and controversies in the field.

OVERVIEW OF CLINICS PUBLISHING PROCESS FOR PRINT PUBLICATIONS

Step 1

AGREE TO

WRITE

Step 2

PREPARE

MANUSCRIPT

Step 3

REVISE

MANUSCRIPT

Step 4

PRODUCTION

Step 5

PAGE PROOF

REVIEW

Step 6

ON PRESS

Step 7

PUBLISH

Accept

invitation to

author a

manuscript

Write manuscript,

search references,

prepare figures,

contact Editor with

questions

Submit complete

manuscript to

Editor(s) and

finalize revision

requests from

Editor or Publisher

Manuscript

typeset and

copyedited (for

spelling,

grammar, style,

etc)

Corresponding

Author reviews page

proof, submits

revisions or

corrections within 2

days

Proof revised,

then issue goes

on press

Manuscript

published on

line and in

print

Adhering to the schedule is crucial in The Clinics. Practitioners, academicians, and residents value this content for its

clinical usefulness and currency. Titles are promoted with publication dates in advance of publication. Publication is

usually within 1 year of submission.

CONTENTS OF MANUSCRIPT GUIDELINES

Article Synopsis Disclosures Figure Preparation Keywords

Key Points Permissions Production and Proof

review

Reference Format

Tables, Lists, Boxes Text Format Title Page Trademarks

Manuscripts focus on the most current methods, techniques, evidence, and controversies in clinical practice.

Visual elements in the form of figures, tables, and boxes that summarize information, are particularly encouraged, as

are videos

Specific templates (outlines) are followed for each article; your Publishing Editor will direct you to the appropriate

Content Template/Outline for your topic.

Manuscript length guidelines were mentioned in the initial mailing to you. Length includes the title page, figure

legends and references as well as text but does not include tables and boxes.

Include a TITLE PAGE with the following information:

Title of article

Names, degrees, affiliations, preferred contact address, telephone/fax numbers, and email addresses for

all authors.

MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION

CONTENT FORMAT AND FOCUS

MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION

2

Indicate the corresponding author for proofs/queries

Submit 4-8 KEYWORDS to direct and optimize search results. Words should address the diagnosis, treatment

and patient characteristics as applicable.

Include a SYNOPSIS of your article. Provide a brief overview and summary of the main points discussed in your

article, about 100 to 150 words. The synopsis is published with the table of contents and is often used by

indexing services, such as PubMed, as the abstract for the article.

Provide a brief summary of the article’s KEY POINTS. Include 3 to 5 key points of approximately 25 words each.

DISCLOSE ANY RELATIONSHIP with a commercial company that has a direct financial interest in the subject

matter or materials discussed in the article or with a company making a competing product. Clinics publications

that offer optional CME/CE credits require completion of specific disclosure forms that will be sent to authors

later in the project. If nothing to disclose, please state “The Authors have nothing to disclose.”

Drug Trademarks: Use generic or non-proprietary name of a drug, with the TRADEMARK NAME included in

parentheses at first mention. Clinics does not use or to indicate trademark.

e.g., Trimethoprimsulfamethoxazole (Bactrim; Septra)

Equipment Trademarks: Provide TRADEMARK NAMES of equipment and materials when appropriate, with the

manufacturer’s name and location included in parentheses. Clinics does not use or to indicate trademark.

e.g., Velcro tourniquet (Velcro USA, Inc., Manchester, NH)

TEXT FORMAT

Double spaced, 10 or 12-point type, 1-inch margins

Number each page starting with the title page

Indent paragraphs

References should be numbered sequentially and cited within parentheses or as superscript numerals

Page limits or word counts are provided with the initial welcome email

REFERENCE LIST FORMAT

Double spaced with 1-inch margins

List by number in the order in which used in text (sequentially, not alphabetically)

Use Index Medicus (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/aim.html) abbreviations for journals that are indexed;

if journal is not indexed, use full name

If more than 3 authors, cite first three and add “et al”

TABLES AND BOXES

Summarize frequently used information, complex concepts, key procedural steps, pitfalls,

recommendations, etc. in Tables and boxes.

Tables and boxes should support or expand information presented in text.

Provide a Title for each Table or Box.

Number Tables and Boxes consecutively and call out each in order as they appear in text.

Provide a credit line if borrowed material is included and obtain permission.

A very short list (for example, one that consists of 4 or 5 items each of which is just one word) can be

included in the article as bulleted text rather than as a box.

3

Please note the difference between tables and boxes:

TABLES

At least 2 columns, often more

Usually include numerical data

Show relationship among data

BOXES

May include complex lists where the items are phrases or sentences

May compare information or summarize guidelines

Most often have only 2 columns

May provide information in outline form

Figures should be high resolution and sharp in detail:

300 dpi/ppi resolution for black-and-white and color photographs

600 dpi/ppi for line drawings

500 dpi/ppi for figure with combined photos and drawing

Submit only figures that are not under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Please contact the in-house Clinics editor with any questions about figure preparation.

Figures for black & white series are not reproduced in color unless an arrangement has been made with the

Clinics editor prior to the submission of the manuscript.

Video files should not exceed 100 MB

ACCEPTABLE FORMATS

Digital file formats: PREFERRED: JPG, TIF, EPS, PSD

Digital file formats accepted only if JPG, TIF, or EPS not available: PDF, PPT, DOC, XLS

SUBMITTING FIGURES/VIDEOS

Submit each figure or video as a separate file.

Number each figure or video consecutively as it appears in the text.

Refer to each figure or video by number in the text (e.g., Fig. 1, Fig 3A, Fig 10A-C, Video 1, etc).

Digital file names must include the Figure or video number even if you use a description (e.g., Fig1-sutures,

Fig4A-breast MRI)

Crop artwork or edit video to show desired clinical information.

Add labels (A, B, etc.), arrows, or other markings using appropriate software.

Elsevier does not mask eyes or other identifiable features of a recognizable patient. The author must have

releases on file for all recognizable patient photos. Please do not send releases or any other identifying

information to the publisher. For more information, see

http://cdn.elsevier.com/assets/pdf_file/0007/111400/patient-consent-policy.pdf/.

If art is borrowed, a complete source citation is required, including page numbers and original figure or table

numbers when possible.

Obtain permission for any borrowed or courtesy figures or videos.

FIGURE/VIDEO PREPARATION

4

PRODUCT PHOTOS

All product or equipment photos require written permission from the manufacturer, even if you took the

photo yourself or hired a photographer. It is the author’s responsibility to obtain permission. Elsevier reserves

the right to withdraw any product photo submitted without manufacturer permission.

FIGURE/VIDEO LEGENDS

Every figure or video must have a legend.

Explain each part of multi-part figures, using uppercase letters A, B, C, etc.

Explain each label, arrow, arrowhead, abbreviation, or other marking on the figure.

BORROWING FIGURES

Original figures, as opposed to previously published figures, are highly desirable to illustrate articles.

If you borrow figures and tables, please try to use Elsevier content. For help in obtaining permission to use

Elsevier content, go to http://www.elsevier.com/authors/obtaining-permission-to-re-use-elsevier-material

For art borrowed from other sources, please see the section on Permissions.

If you borrow or modify a figure or table from another source, you must obtain permission from the original

source. Copyright law prevents publishing borrowed material without proper permission. It is essential for you

to seek permission while you are preparing your manuscript.

Material taken from the Internet is not considered “public domain” or “free” and usually is copyrighted. Elsevier

does not accept such images as figures.

As author, you are solely responsible for proper use and attribution of all borrowed material in your article,

including your own work that has been previously published.

If you have not obtained permission by the time your article is submitted for publication, borrowed material

may have to be withdrawn.

Copies of permission requests and approvals should be sent to the Guest Editor(s) and Publishing Editor when

you submit your manuscript.

Retain all emails/approvals for your records.

Use RIGHTSLINK to Obtain Permission from Elsevier and Other Publishers

See Clinics Permission Guidelines on EMSS (http://editorial.elsevier.com) for further details

After Manuscript Final Acceptance

Articles are typeset for grammar and Clinics style

Copyeditors add queries to authors for missing or unclear information

Journal Publishing Agreement / Copyright Transfer

Authors receive a Journal Publishing Agreement from when manuscript is in production.

Return the completed and signed original of the Journal Publishing Agreement by mail or fax, or a scanned copy

of the signed original by e-mail.

Page Proof

Corresponding authors receive an email with a link to a PDF file of page proof

Minimal content revisions allowed at page proof stage

All figures appear in color online, select images may appear in color in print in non-color series

PERMISSIONS

PRODUCTION AND PROOF REVIEW

5

Submit your reviewed article within 48 hours to ensure immediate publication

Elsevier may proceed with publication of your article if no response is received

Instructions on reviewing and marking up PDF files

Acrobat Reader from Adobe is required to view and print the page proof. The program is free and can be

downloaded from HTTP://WWW.ADOBE.COM/PRODUCTS/ACROBAT/READSTEP.HTML

Proof corrections can be annotated on-screen, which allows revisions directly in the PDF file

Instructions on annotating PDF files can also be found at: HTTP://EPROOFING.TNQ.CO.IN/FCL/561/P_ANNOTATEPDF.PDF

Contact E-CORRECTIONS@ELSEVIER.COM with questions about annotating PDFs

Return the marked file as an e-mail attachment

Corresponding Author receives:

Downloadable PDF of article

Online access to Clinics series for one year

Print issue

Option to purchase additional copies of print issue at discount

All coauthors receive a copy of the print issue.

If you do not receive your copy of the issue or a link to the PDF of your article or cannot gain online access within

~3 weeks of publication of the issue, contact your Clinics Editor.

Manuscript Submission

Clinics Manuscript Submission System (EMSS) URL: http://editorial.elsevier.com

Technical Assistance/Frequently-asked-questions:

http://support.elsevier.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/354/

Order reprints of Clinics article

Order less than 400 Reprints of your Clinics Article

authorsupport@elsevier.com

Order 400 or more Reprints of your Clinics Article

reprints@elsevier.com

General Customer Service

Hours for phone calls

North America and rest of world

Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 6:00 pm, EST

Europe

Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, GMT

800-654-2452 (Toll Free US & Canada)

314-447-8871 (Outside US & Canada)

journalscustomerservice-usa@elsevier.com

+44 1865-843177 (Europe)

E-mail: eurosupport@elsevier.com

Questions?

For questions about your complimentary print issue

or online subscription

elsevierclinics@elsevier.com


兴发亚洲最小化  关闭

欧冠积分榜万博体育b竞技宝app下载安装ios12BET手机应用下载