Colorectal Disease

Cover image for Vol. 19 Issue 9

Edited By: N J Mortensen

Impact Factor: 2.689

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 45/79 (Gastroenterology & Hepatology); 56/196 (Surgery)

Online ISSN: 1463-1318

Colorectal Disease Video channels

NEW: Colorectal Disease Journal Video channel on YouTube and Vimeo now accepting videos!
Colorectal Disease welcomes submissions of multimedia video articles for publication in the journal.



Submit today via ScholarOne!

Video submissions will be peer reviewed and considered for publication in one of two styles:

‘Video Vignette’ Standalone video vignettes should be up to ten minutes in duration and will be expected to describe a surgical technique or interesting case encountered by the authors. A short description of the video, written as an item of Correspondence, containing ‘Video Vignette’ in the title, and no more than 250 words in length, must be submitted with the video.

Video accompanying a Clinical or Technical Note 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. Submissions should be subdivided into: indications, method, comparison with other methods, advantages and disadvantages, difficulties and complications.

Videos should be narrated in English. At the time of submission the following must be supplied:
Typed script of the video, in Word format

Completed copy of the Online Broadcast Release Form (available from the ScholarOne Manuscripts site under 'Instructions and Forms'), along with any relevant copies of patient consent

All videos should be in the highest resolution possible and in one of the following formats: MOV, MPEG4, AVI, WMV, MPEGPS, FLV, 3GPP, WebM. The video file and typed script should be uploaded to the ScholarOne Manuscripts website using the file designation 'Supplementary File for Review'. If you experience difficulty uploading a video file to the journal submission website, you are welcome to upload the file to a third-party file-sharing website and inform the editorial office at the time of submission.