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Pediatric Annals(研究方向:小儿科) (Email兴发)

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Pediatric Annals(pt),创刊于1972年,亚洲国家为美国。Pediatric Annals是一本仅在线的每月pt评论兴发,致力于为儿科医生和其他临床医生提供关于儿科疾病和病症诊断和治疗的最新实用信息。
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2017425日星期二

                       

 

Author Guidelines

 

Journal Description and Mission

 

Pediatric Annals is an online-only, monthly review publication that publishes Feature (Review) articles on progressive and emerging areas of interest to pediatricians, clinicians, specialists, and other pediatric professionals who treat infants, toddlers, school-aged children, and adolescents.

 

The Journal offers an author-friendly approach from submission through publication. Pediatric Annals adheres to the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals (2013) of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.

 

Authorship Criteria and Responsibilities

 

Criteria for authorship include contribution to:

 

Conception and design, or

Data collection, or

Analysis and interpretation

AND

 

Writing the manuscript, or

Critical revision of the manuscript

All individuals identified as authors should meet the necessary criteria for authorship listed above, and all individuals who meet the criteria should be identified as authors. Those who do not meet the necessary criteria should be acknowledged (see Acknowledgments). Any issues related to authorship must be resolved before the manuscript is submitted to the Journal.

 

Authors should be accountable for the portions of the manuscript to which they have contributed. They should also have confidence in the integrity of the contributions of all other authors. All authors should have read the final manuscript prior to submission and be aware of its submission to the Journal.

 

One author must be identified as the corresponding author, who is responsible for (1) ensuring all authors meet the authorship criteria and complete the required Author Statement-ICMJE Form for Disclosure of Potential Conflicts of Interest; (2) submitting the manuscript to the Journal and serving as the main contact during the review process; and (3) performing any related activities if the manuscript is accepted, such as reviewing proofs of the edited manuscript and answering editorial queries. The corresponding author will be identified as the primary contact in the published article.

 

Order of authorship must be determined and agreed upon by all authors before manuscript submission. Any disagreements should be resolved before submitting the manuscript. Changes in authorship (ie, order, addition, and/or deletion of authors) must be approved by all authors. Requests for changes in authorship after initial manuscript submission and before publication are required in writing (email preferred) signed by all authors.

 

Acknowledgments

 

Any individuals who contributed to the manuscript but do not meet the necessary criteria for authorship should be acknowledged. Acknowledgments should be limited to those who helped extensively, such as providing statistical help or translating references.

 

Manuscript Preparation

 

Pediatric Annals considers Feature (review) article submissions; the journal does not consider original research or studies based on animal models. Manuscripts should be clinically based, not academic.

 

Manuscripts should be prepared following the AMA Manual of Style, 10th edition, and spelling should reflect Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary. Manuscripts must be double-spaced, with 1-inch margins.

 

Manuscript titles should be concise, specific, and informative and should contain the key points of the work. Overly general titles, as well as questions and declarative sentences, should be avoided.

 

Use of abbreviations should be limited to those that are commonly understood without explanation. All abbreviations must be spelled out at first mention in the text. Pharmaceuticals should be referred to by their generic names. Device manufacturers and their locations should appear in parentheses following the mention of devices.

 

Manuscript Organization

 

Title Page: Each manuscript should be submitted with a title page, which should include the title of the manuscript; each author’s name, academic degree, academic affiliation, and job title; the corresponding author’s complete mailing address and email; grant information; disclaimer/conflict of interest information; and acknowledgments.

 

Organization of the manuscript should be as follows: Title Page, Abstract, Introduction, Review/Discussion (can include first-, second-, and third-level headings), Summary/Conclusion, References, and Figure Legends.

 

Abstract: Each article must have an unstructured abstract of no more than 150 words.

 

Text: The manuscript text should be at least 1500 words and not exceed 2500 words (including references).

 

References: References should be limited to no more than 30 sources. References must be cited consecutively in the text with superscript numbers (or parenthetically for unpublished data or personal communication) and subsequently listed in the reference section at the end of the text, per the AMA’s Manual of Style, 10th edition. Do not use footnotes or endnotes. Authors are responsible for the accuracy of references, particularly author names and page numbers.

 

Unpublished data and personal communications should NOT be listed as references but mentioned parenthetically in the text.

 

Abbreviations of the names of journals should conform to PubMed/MEDLINE. The titles of those journals that are not listed in PubMed/MEDLINE must be provided in full. Journal titles should be cited as they existed at the time of publication.

 

Tables: Each table should be numbered, have a concise but fully descriptive title, and be cited consecutively in the text. Each main column in the table should have a heading. All abbreviations (even those that are common) used in tables should be explained in a legend. All tables should be submitted as separate files and not pasted into the manuscript document itself. Material that is in the tables should not be repeated in the text.

 

Figures, Photos, Illustrations: Including illustrations, photographs, charts, and other figures is highly encouraged. Original illustrations are preferred. Each illustration must be numbered and cited consecutively in the text. If applicable, arrows or asterisks can be present on illustrations for identification of specified areas that are discussed in the legend.

 

Permission: Drawings or computer-generated images submitted with a manuscript require permission to publish from the artist. Identifiable photographs of patients must be accompanied by proof of informed consent. Authors must disclose whether any figures or tables have been previously published; such materials must be accompanied by a letter of permission from the publisher, which extends non-exclusive worldwide rights to reprint the material for all forms of media now or hereafter developed to SLACK Incorporated. Content from U.S. government websites (eg, NIH, CDC, USDHHS) is in the public domain and generally can be used without permission. However, some content on these sites may be from another source, in which case permission must be obtained from the copyright holder.

Legends: All figure legends should be numbered in the order in which they are referred to in the text. A legend should be a brief description that allows the illustration to be fully understood. All abbreviations (even those that are common) used in the figures/illustrations should be explained in the legend.

Digital Requirements: Digital images should be high resolution (at least 300 dpi) and saved in JPEG or TIFF format. Image files should be separate from manuscript text files. Images embedded in Word files and PowerPoint® slides are not acceptable. Each image must be a separate, stand-alone file, named to match the figure number listed in the text (eg, Jonesfig1.tif).

Manuscript Submission

 

Manuscripts should be submitted as a Microsoft Word document (without track changes) via email to the editorial officepedann@healio.com.

 

编委会

 

主编辑

 

 

芝加哥

芝加哥分校芝加哥分校pt研究所Joseph R. Hageman约瑟夫·哈格曼

 

编辑咨询委员会

Irwin Benuck,pt博士

,芝加哥

芝加哥伊利诺伊州的AnnRobert H. Lurie儿童医院

 

芝加哥

西北

唯一芝加哥分校斯图尔特伯格博士

 

斯坦L.MD

肯塔基州儿童和成人的研究

巴德斯镇,肯塔基州

 

Andrew A. BremerMDPhD

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

BethesdaMaryland

 

Joel CharrowMD

安妮和芝加哥

芝加哥伊利诺伊州罗伯特·Lurie儿童医院

 

Alison ChuMD

加州唯一洛杉矶分校David Geffenpt院

洛杉矶分校

 

Edward E. Conway Jr.MDMS

Beth Israel Medical Center

New YorkNew York

 

Rachel S. DawsonDOMPHFAAP

Baylor ScottWhite Health

KilleenTexas

 

密苏里州堪萨斯城的MPH

儿童慈善医院的pt博士Mary D. Dowd

 

菲利普·菲舍尔,

梅奥诊所pt院

罗切斯特,明尼苏达州

 

 

芝加哥

芝加哥唯一芝加哥唯一芝加哥分校吉尔·格利克(Jill Glick

 

华盛顿

西雅图西雅图儿童医院

FAA pt博士Robert J. Hilt

 

 

密歇根州

底特律密歇根州FAAP儿童医院的Deepak Kamat博士,博士

 

伦纳德·克里洛夫,

儿童pt中心

Winthrop唯一医院米诺拉

,纽约

 

John V. Lavigne博士

AnnRobert H. Lurie芝加哥

芝加哥儿童医院,伊利诺伊州

 

Anthony J. ManciniMD

安妮和芝加哥

芝加哥伊利诺伊州罗伯特·Lurie儿童医院

 

 

亚利桑那州亚利桑那唯一综合pt中心

亚利桑那州图森唯一pt博士Hilary McClafferty

 

约旦D. MetzlMD

医院特殊外科

纽约纽约

 

Nancy A. Rodriguez博士,

北卡罗来纳州北部

Evanston 医院北卡罗来纳唯一卫生系Evanston,伊利诺伊州

 

阿肯色州阿肯色州

儿童医院

小石城,阿肯色州JoséR . Romero

 

Rita Rossi-FoulkesMDFAAPMSFACP

芝加哥

唯一伊利诺伊州芝加哥唯一

 

EDI-IN-CHIEF EMERITI

Milton I. LevineMD(创始编辑)

 

Robert A. HoekelmanMD

 

William A. AltemeierIIIMD

 

Stanford T. ShulmanMD


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