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Colorectal Disease(研究方向:胃肠肝病学) (官网千亿国际平台)

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    Colorectal Disease(双月刊),创刊于1999年,出版国家为英国。临床,诊断和基础科学研究正在迅速扩大。医疗保健购买者和临床医生患者的需求日益增加,需要了解最新的研究和发展情况,并将其转化为常规做法。诊断,手术技术,新药,分子遗传学等基础科学的技术进步,已经改变了这些疾病的管理方式。
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    1、千亿国际平台方式:在线千亿国际平台。

    2、期刊官网:

    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1463-1318

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    https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cdi

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    Author Guidelines

     

    1. SUBMISSION AND PEER REVIEW PROCESS

     

    Papers should be submitted electronically via the journal’s ScholarOne Manuscripts website at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cdi. If you need any assistance or guidance with the submission process, please contact Michael Willis in the Editorial Office by email to miwillis@wiley.com or by telephone on 44 (0) 1865 476 387.

    Text files should be in an editable format such as Microsoft Word (not PDF). The text file should include legends and tables, but figures should be supplied separately in a native image format such as TIFF or JPG.

     

    At the time of submission an authorship declaration form must be uploaded, containing the handwritten signature of the corresponding author on behalf of all named authors (a scanned document is acceptable), and confirming that:

     

    all named authors agree to the submission of the paper to Colorectal Disease;

    all authors who qualify for authorship under the criteria listed in the section Authorship and contributions below have been named on the paper;

    the paper is not currently under review by another journal; and

    the paper has not been accepted for publication elsewhere.

    During the submission process the submitting author will also be asked to supply the names and current email addresses of all authors named on the paper, who will be notified by the editorial office that the manuscript has been submitted.

     

    Submitted papers will be assessed by the Editors and may then be sent to two or more expert external advisers. Statistics will be analysed by a statistician. Other experts may be invited to comment where appropriate.

     

    2. ARTICLE TYPES

     

    The journal publishes original articles, systematic reviews with/without meta-analyses, special articles including narrative reviews, technical and clinical notes and letters.

     

    The journal does not publish case reports. Authors of case reports are encouraged to submit to Wiley’s open access journal Clinical Case Reports. Authors who wish to submit a series of cases to Colorectal Disease, combining them with a review of the literature, should submit this as a full systematic review, adhering to the guidelines for systematic reviews given below.

     

    All manuscripts, regardless of article type, should start with a title page, containing:

     

    the title of the article;

    the initials, names and qualifications of each author;

    the main appointment of each author;

    the name(s) of the institution(s) of each author;

    the name and email address of the corresponding author;

    full disclosures of potential conflicts of interest on the part of any named author, or a statement confirming that there are no conflicts of interest;

    the word count excluding abstract, references, tables, figures and legends.

     

    Review Articles

     

    Authors who would like to contribute review articles are encouraged to send a proposal to the Editors before submitting their full article.

     

    Review Articles should not exceed 3000 words (excluding abstract, references, tables, figures and legends) and four illustrations.

     

    Reviews should be systematic reviews and/or meta-analyses on interventions, epidemiology and diagnostics. They should follow the PRISMA Statement, and a PRISMA checklist and flow diagram should be included in your submission. Prospective authors are also strongly encouraged to follow the guidance in the following article:

     

    Wille-Jørgensen, P. and Renehan, A. G. (2008), Systematic reviews and meta-analyses in coloproctology: interpretation and potential pitfalls. Colorectal Disease, 10: 21–32. doi: 10.1111/j.1463-1318.2007.01421.x

     

    Systematic reviews should be organised as follows:

     

    Abstract of no more than 250 words, structured as follows:

    Aim: What was the background to the study? What was the aim of this study?

    Method: A brief description of the methods used. What was the search strategy? What were the selection criteria? How were data collected and analysed?

    Results: What were the main findings?

    Conclusion: What are the main conclusions or implications of the study?

    Statement not exceeding 50 words, headed 'What does this paper add to the literature?', and explaining the significance of the paper. The purpose of the statement is to explain the significance and relevance of the findings of the manuscript to a broad readership, from undergraduate students to research scientists. Suggested content for the statement includes: why a problem/unanswered question was important to address; what has been shown/what does the manuscript do to fill a gap in our knowledge; what it means to the field as a whole.

    Introduction: Background, Aim

    Methods: Study design and participants, systematic literature search (not only in the English language), primary and secondary outcomes, data extraction, data synthesis (e.g. type of meta-analysis)

    Results: description of included and excluded studies (trials flow diagram), quality assessment of included studies, primary and secondary outcomes, sensitivity analysis

    Discussion: implications for practice and further research

    Acknowledgements

    References, in Vancouver style (see under References below)

    Tables and figures, including legends

     

    Original Articles

     

    Original Articles should not exceed 3000 words (excluding abstract, references, tables, figures and legends) and four illustrations.

     

    Original Articles should be organised as follows:

     

    Abstract of no more than 250 words, structured as follows:

    Aim: What was the purpose of the study?

    Method: A brief description of the materials - patients or subjects (i.e. healthy volunteers) or materials (animals) - and methods used

    Results: What were the main findings?

    Conclusion: What are the main conclusions or implications of the study?

    Statement not exceeding 50 words, headed 'What does this paper add to the literature?', and explaining the significance of the paper. The purpose of the statement is to explain the significance and relevance of the findings of the manuscript to a broad readership, from undergraduate students to research scientists. Suggested content for the statement includes: why a problem/unanswered question was important to address; what has been shown/what does the manuscript do to fill a gap in our knowledge; what it means to the field as a whole.

    Introduction

    Method

    Results

    Discussion and conclusions

    Acknowledgements

    References, in Vancouver style (see under References below)

    Tables and figures, including legends

     

    Special Articles, including Narrative Reviews

     

    These express the authors’ opinion on a particular topic or discuss a specific topic, usually based on a literature search. They should include an unstructured abstract of no more than 250 words summarising the article.

     

    Clinical Notes and Technical Notes

     

    These are published online only in a regular journal issue and are listed in that issue's print table of contents. Clinical and Technical Notes should not exceed 1200 words and contain no more than 15 references and up to four illustrations.

     

    Clinical and Technical Notes should be organised as follows:

     

    Abstract of no more than 250 words, structured as follows:

    Aim: What was the purpose of the study?

    Method: A brief description of the materials - patients or subjects (i.e. healthy volunteers) or materials (animals) - and methods used.

    Results: What were the main findings?

    Conclusion: What are the main conclusions or implications of the study?

    Indications

    Method

    Comparison with other methods, advantages and disadvantages, difficulties and complications.

    References, in Vancouver style (see under 'References' below)

    Acknowledgements

    Tables and figures, including legends

    Authors of Technical Notes are expected to submit videos to accompany their article. The video should be a maximum of ten minutes in duration and the accompanying manuscript should not exceed 1200 words and contain no more than 15 references. For more guidance see under Videos below.

     

    Correspondence

     

    Correspondence is welcomed under the following categories:

     

    A response to a published paper. In this case the Editor may refer the comment to the authors of the published paper for a reply. The correspondence and the authors' reply will subsequently be published together;

    A standalone letter, not relating to a published paper;

    A standalone video vignette, describing a surgical technique or interesting case encountered by the authors. The video should be no longer than 10 minutes in duration. A short description of the video, written as an item of Correspondence, containing ‘Video Vignette’ in the title, and not exceeding 250 words in length, must be submitted with the video. For more guidance see under Videos below.

     

    编委会

     

    总编辑

    NJ Mortensen,英国牛津

     

    编辑

    R Bergamaschi,美国Stony Brook

    AF Engel,悉尼,澳大利亚

    S WexnerWeston,美国

    R Cahill,都柏林,爱尔兰(补充和视频)

    P Dawson,伦敦,英国(ACPGBI

     

    副编辑

    F Aigner,柏林,德国

    J伯克,都柏林,爱尔兰

    C Buskens,阿姆斯特丹,荷兰

    S克拉克,伦敦,英国

    O Faiz,英国伦敦

    M Gosselink,鹿特丹,荷兰

    D Hahnloser,洛桑,瑞士

    J Lefevre,巴黎,法国

    A Martling,斯德哥尔摩,瑞典

    P MyrelidLinköping,瑞典

    I Nagtegaal,奈梅亨,荷兰

    M Pera,巴塞罗那,西班牙

    T Pinkney,英国伯明翰

    N SmartExeter,英国(补充)

    A Spinelli,米兰,意大利

    P Tanis,阿姆斯特丹,荷兰

    S Tou,德比,英国

     

    统计顾问

    R Omar,伦敦,英国

    G Ambler,伦敦,英国

     

    编委会

    èTiret,巴黎,法国(主席)

    中号德鲁斯,波兰波兹南

    一个赫罗尔德,德国曼海姆

    一个葛根,安卡拉,土耳其

    摹罗马, 那不勒斯,意大利

    中号Rubbini,费拉拉,意大利 (ESCP

     

    编辑顾问 委员会

    [R Baigrie,开普敦,南非

    M BerhoWeston,美国

    D Bugra,伊斯坦布尔,土耳其

    C ByrneCamperdown,澳大利亚

    T Eglinton,基督城,新西兰

    E Espin,巴塞罗那,西班牙AFürst

    ,雷根斯堡,德国

    G HagermanRuíz -Galindo,墨西哥城墨西哥

    D Hayden,芝加哥,美国

    A Heriot,墨尔本,澳大利亚

    T Hull,克利夫兰,美国

    L Iversen,奥胡斯,丹麦

    D JayneLeedsUK

    SH Kim,首尔,韩国

    W Koltun,美国Hershey

    P Kotze,巴西ParanáR

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