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征稿启事:中国的伤害控制与研究

27 Apr, 17 | by flee

征稿启事:中国的伤害控制与研究

特邀编辑:
Rebecca Ivers教授,乔治全球健康研究所,澳大利亚 – rivers@georgeinstitute.org.au
胡国清教授,中南大学,中国 – huguoqing009@gmail.com
Henry Xiang教授,美国俄亥俄州立大学医学院,美国 – Xiang.30@osu.edu

随着经济的迅速发展,在过去的三十年间,中国在医疗体系的建设和疾病控制上取得了巨大的进步。但是,与传染病和其他非传染性疾病的防控相比,中国对伤害控制与研究的关注和投入过少。在所有死亡中,伤害死亡占比接近10%,且伤害导致了30%的生命损失年。中国在伤害预防控制的投入和研究上仍有重要需求。为了与国际社会分享中国在伤害控制与研究方面的成就和挑战,我们诚挚邀请国内外伤害研究者向Injury Prevention(《伤害预防》)的特刊投稿。

特刊接收关于中国伤害预防控制的原创研究、综述和评论。虽然我们欢迎伤害流行病学和伤害监控方面的文章,但我们会优先考虑关于干预或政策的开发与评估的投稿。投稿须符合期刊的科学、伦理和编辑标准。

投稿流程:欲投稿的作者应将自己稿件的摘要或简短的总结通过邮件发送给一位特邀编辑。特邀编辑查看之后,会请被选中的作者提交完整稿件。最终提交的稿件会按照期刊惯例进入正式的独立同行评审流程。

 

截止日期:

  •  文章提案截止时间:2017年7月15日
  • 对文章提案的答复:2017年8月1日
  • 完整稿件提交:2017年11月30日

本刊的作者指南可点击www.ip.bmj.com/ifora在线获取。

Call for papers: Injury control and research in China

27 Apr, 17 | by flee

Call for papers: Injury control and research in China

Guest Editors:
Professor Rebecca Ivers, The George Institute for Global Health, Australia – rivers@georgeinstitute.org.au
Professor Guoqing Hu, Central South University, China – huguoqing009@gmail.com
Professor Henry Xiang, The Ohio State University College of Medicine, USA – Xiang.30@osu.edu

Following rapid economic development, China has made significant progress in both development of health systems and disease control over the last three decades. Nonetheless, injury control and research have received less attention and investment in China compared to the prevention and control of infectious diseases and other non-communicable diseases. Injury deaths account for nearly 10% of all deaths and injury is responsible for 30% of years of life lost. There remains an important need for investment and research in injury prevention and control in China. In order to share China’s achievements and challenges in injury control and research with international communities, we invite domestic and international injury researchers to submit papers to a special themed issue of Injury Prevention.

We will consider original research, reviews and commentaries focusing on injury prevention and control in China. While we welcome papers on injury epidemiology and surveillance, priority will be given to manuscripts describing the development and evaluation of interventions or policies. All papers must meet the scientific, ethical and editorial standards of the journal.

Submission process: Potential authors should submit by email to one of the guest editors an abstract or short summary of their proposed manuscript. The guest editors will review the proposals and invite selected authors to submit a full manuscript. The submitted final manuscripts will be subject to formal independent peer review in accordance with the Journal’s usual practice.

Deadlines:

  • Proposals due: 15th July 2017
  • Response to proposals: 1st August 2017
  • Full manuscripts due: 30th November 2017

Author guidelines are available online at www.ip.bmj.com/ifora.

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