Chin Med Sci J complies with the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Writing and Editing for Biomedical Publication (http://www.icmje.org).
All manuscript should begin with a title page which includes a short but informative title in no more than 50 letters, the names, affiliations (department, institute, city, zip code, country) and contact information (phone and email) of each author, as well as their contributions to the study. Information about funding, ethical approval, trail registry, data accessibility, whether published in any journal, or presented at a meeting in part or on the whole, whether has ever been presented on a preprint platform, should be stated in this section. The corresponding electronic copies of supporting documents need to be uploaded to the system before completing the submission. For more information, please refer to the submission guideline.
If you are not sure which reporting guideline and checklist are applicable to your research, please refer to the diagraph of EQUATOR Reporting Guideline Decision Tree . For more details about the research type and reporting guidelines, please visit the EQUATOR website.
Original articles should include a structured abstract not less than 250 words. It should comprise sections of objectives, methods, results, and conclusions. Fore other types of article, e.g. review and case report, a non-structured abstract around 150 words is required. Authors should provide a list of 3-5 key words to assist indexing of the article. Please refer to Index Medicus for acceptable key words. Additionally, we ask authors to prepare a bibliographical description of the article in Chinese and submit it along with the full text of manuscript, which include title, author’s names, affiliations, abstract and key words in Chinese. Once published, the article will fulfill the bilingual key words searching and abstract reading by Chinese database users.
References: References should be numbered consecutively in order of citations in the main text. For citing an article of a journal, the volume, issue, page and doi are essential information. Please use abbreviate name of a journal according to the journal name listed by PubMed. Authors are suggested to read How to reference page for the citing formats of the common literature sources.
Radiographic, micrographic, gel images should preserve scientific integrity. Only brightness, contrast, or color adjustments applied uniformly to an entire image are permissible, selectively highlight, misrepresent, obscure, or eliminate specific elements in the original figure are not accepted.
In tables, figures, and throughout the text, the International System of Units should be adopted as the standard. For instance, data should be presented in metric units, temperature in degrees Celsius, blood pressure in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg), etc.
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