Details on papers for Clinical Health Promotion
- Original studies (IMRaD): Up to 3000 words and 30 references
- Abstract Up to 300 words (Background, Methods, Results, Conclusion)
- Reviews Up to 4500 words and 100 references
- Abstract Up to 300 words (All reviews should include a description on the search for evidence)
- Best Practice and Education Up to 800 words (600 words and 1-2 figures and tables)
- Editorials 800-1200 words and 10 references
- Others Up to 700 words and 5 references (Cases, PhD thesis, comments)
Reference style in Clinical Health Promotion:
- References in the text are to be cited sequentially in the Vancouver numbering style. Please use Arabic numbers in brackets. E.g. … first defined by Nielsen and Small (5).
- Two references are cited separated by a semicolon, with no space between. Three or more consecutive references are given as a range with a hyphen between the numbers. E.g.: (5-8)
- References in tables, figures, and panels should be in numerical order according to their place in the text
- If there are six authors or fewer, please fill in all authors; surname space initials comma. E.g.: Thompson KA, Jensen TB.
- If there are seven or more give the names of the first three, followed by et al.
Figures and tables
- Figures should be attached in additional files preferably in formats .pgn or .jpg and in high resolution, preferably 300 dpi. Descriptive text allows up to 30 words per figure or table.
- We urge all authors to consider the use of tables. All tables should be attached in .doc format.
- At the end of the manuscript, before the references please include a list of which authors have been responsible for the different parts of the manuscript.
Conception and design: NB, TJ
Acquisition of data: KS, KJ, TJ, SL
Analysis and interpretation of data: NB, MM, TJ
Drafting the article: NB, TJ
Revising the article critically for important intellectual content: MM, SJ, KS, KJ , SL,
Final approval of the version to be published: NB, TJ, KS, KJ, TJ, SL, MM, SJ
Declaration of potential conflicts of interest (CoI)
- For submitted papers, we refer to the Requirements outlined by International Committee of Medical Journal Editors: http://www.icmje.org/coi_disclosure.pdf
- When submitting, the corresponding author will be promted to fill out and upload the ICMJE form found on the link above. When a paper is accepted for publication the corresponding author must upload the CoI-documents for all contributing authors.