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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • The manuscript text is anonymous with no author names or identifiers to ensure an unbiased blind review.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
  • Any conflicts of interests or any external funding are listed.
  • The methods section mentions if the study was approved by the IRB or if IRB approval was unnecessary.
  • An author advisor form has been completed and will be included with the submission (unless project was completed independently, in which case no advisor form would be necessary).

Author Guidelines

For more info on submissions accepted, word lengths, and general outlines, please see the author guidelines tab.

To submit, please click "Make a new submission to the _________ section," found below each set of guidelines.

Original Article

Original articles discuss original clinical or basic science research with clinical application. Examples of these submissions include randomized controlled trials (RCTs), systematic reviews, observational studies, retrospective chart review studies, quality improvement studies, medical education research, diagnostic test studies, and studies based on survey data. 

Please see the author guidelienes tab for information on requirements for this category of submission.

Brief Report

Brief Reports are submissions that will document original research in a more concise manner. These studies are ideal for studies/research that are in earlier phases, pilot studies, studies with inconclusive findings or statistically non-significant results, or simply concise studies. Research abstracts may also be considered for submission in this category, given that the study was completed and provides final results. Brief reports are similar in structure to original articles and will have the same sections, but will be written in a more concise manner.

Please see the author guidelienes tab for information on requirements for this category of submission.

Case Report

Case reports should describe clinical presentations, most often clinical scenarios of an uncommon presentation of a common pathology or a common presentation of an uncommon pathology. Case reports must be written based on first-hand knowledge or experience with a patient in the clinical setting. Each case report should have at least three clear learning objectives that can be conveyed from the case presenation and the subsequent discussion.

***Please list "N/A" when asked for an abstract.

Please see the author guidelienes tab for information on requirements for this category of submission.

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