- A biannual scientific letter from South Asian Association of Physiologists
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INSTRUCTION TO CONTRIBUTORS
The Editorial Process:
All contributions from SAAP members submitted to SAAP Bulletin are subject to Editorial review process. e Editors will review all submitted documents including content for '"Research & Development" and edit the documents accordingly. All documents received are duly acknowledged. All efforts are made to complete the review and editorial processing at the earliest.. The editors identify potential scholars for contribution of editorial and other scientific outcome from their laboratories. Most of the scientific contributions should be in clinical utility , interest and rigor of the scientific understanding.
Types of Contributions: Contribution can be Original Research Manuscript, Opinion, Short Review of any physiological topics, Letter to Editor, Case report, News on any physiological interest including conference, seminar ,CME etc; Interview with well known physiologists / medical scientists or anything of general interest.
Manuscripts: The manuscript should be submitted through email ([email protected]) typed in one side of A4 bond paper with double spaced having 3 cm margins from all the sides. Tables and Figure (if any) must be sedately attached. Figure must be JPEG format only . All the pages will be numbered. The Original research manuscript or short review manuscript should be confined to maximum of 2500 words. For case report and letter to editor should not exceed maximum of 1000 words. Reference: References are numbered consecutively in the order in which they appear in the text. Citations should be labeled with square bracket. All references should be cited. Unpublished data, personal communications, abstracts at meetings and manuscripts submitted for publication are not acceptable as references. References should be listed in numerical order in the Reference section. Journal titles should be abbreviated according to the list of Journals Indexed in Index Medicus or MEDLINE (www.nlm.nih.gov).
Conflicts of Interest: All contribution of submitting documents to SAAP Bulletin must be free from any conflict of interest.
Ethics: All reports and information must be ethically accepted and any article for "Research & Development" either based on human or animal research must conform with Helsinki Recommendations.. For any publication "SAAP Bulletin" follows COPE guidelines and ICMJE guidelines.