The Journal of Clinical Hypertension
© Wiley Periodicals, Inc
Edited By: Michael A. Weber, MD
Online ISSN: 1751-7176
INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS
The Journal of Clinical Hypertension is a peer-reviewed, controlled circulation journal. Indexed on Index Medicus and available online at MEDLINE, with related articles on MEDSCAPE, The Journal of Clinical Hypertension circulates monthly to approximately 39,000 cardiologists, hypertension specialists, and family physicians.
All manuscripts for must be submitted by the corresponding author online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/clhtn; please do not mail, e-mail, or fax manuscripts. All manuscripts must be written in English and relate to human conditions, and all authors must hold a professional medical or allied health degree. All degrees for all authors must be listed on the manuscript cover page. Anyone contributing to the manuscript without a degree should be listed in the Acknowledgments section. Manuscripts must be submitted in Word and double-spaced.
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The following items must be included in every electronic submission; it is recommended that the corresponding author assemble all items prior to the online submission process:
All author contact information including all author degrees
Information on any invitation/request to submit the manuscript
Authority from all authors for the corresponding author to commit to all requirements for copyright transfer, when applicable
All author(s) disclosures of grant funding, conflicts of interest, etc.
Permissions in writing from the copyright holder for any tables, figures, images, and illustrations used in the manuscript (will be requested by publisher following peer review if the manuscript is accepted for publication)
Document in Microsoft Word, including all references
Figures (See Figure Submission Standards at http://authorservices.wiley.com/electronicartworkguidelines.pdf.
Tables (Microsoft Word format only, using the Table menu)
The Journal of Clinical Hypertension publishes the following types of manuscripts; adherence to the guidelines on word count, number of references, and abstracts is essential for online submission of the manuscript.
no more than 2500–4000 words and 25–50 references maximum (about 10–20 pages total)
no more than 2500 words and 25–40 references maximum (about 10 pages total)
Editorial (by invitation only):
no more than 1500 words and 25 references maximum (no abstracts; about 4 pages total)
Commentary, Point of View, or Special Report:
no more than 1500-2000 words and 40 references maximum
Letter to the Editor:
no more than 600 words (no abstracts); Letters to the Editor will publish online only
Introduction (guest edit, supplement, focus issue):
no more than 1500 words and 10 references
no more than 1000 words and 10 references
Non-structured abstract less than 150 words
TOTAL NUMBER OF FIGURES AND TABLES MAY NOT EXCEED 7
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Each piece of artwork must be accompanied by a legend and cited in the body of the manuscript.
Photographs of patients must be accompanied by an original letter of consent executed by such patient (to the extent the identity of the patient can be hidden effectively, such consent will not be necessary).
Electronic artwork must be AT LEAST 600 dpi at publication size (bitmap) OR be resolution independent (vector). Bitmap artwork should be submitted in .tif, .pict, or .psd formats. Vector artwork should be submitted in .eps, .pict, or .wmf format.
NOTE: .jpgs and .gifs are not acceptable formats for electronic submission of figures.
- Author must provide permissions in writing for all Tables, Figures, Images, and Illustrations that are not original to the author or the copyright cannot be transferred (adaptations or reprints from a published source). NOTE: Publisher is not responsible for obtaining permissions
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Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License OAA
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Statement of Financial Disclosure:
Should be listed at the end of the manuscript and include specifics on financial or proprietary interest in the subject matter or materials discussed in the manuscript, e.g., employment, consultancies, stock ownership, honoraria. All funding or financial support for the paper received through grants or sponsorship must also be provided here. If editorial assistance was funded by a third party, the editorial assistance must be disclosed, citing the name and affiliation of the editor and the source of funding for the editorial assistance.
Sample wording: Editorial assistance was provided by __(insert name)__ of __(insert company/affiliation name, location)__; editorial assistance was bunded by __(insert name of sponsor)__.
If no funding exists for any aspect of the article, the statement, "The authors report no specific funding in relation to this research and no conflicts of interest to disclose" should be reported on the disclosure section of the article and on the cover page of the article. Author
The Journal of Clinical Hypertension adheres to the authorship guidelines set by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (www.icmje.org). If you are invited to submit a revised manuscript for possible publication, you will be asked to submit one form reflecting the contributions of all authors detailing his/her contributions. The forms, which must be uploaded as Supplementary material Not for Review, will appear online as Supporting information if the article is published. Failure to upload the forms with your revision will block further manuscript processing.
Should be listed at the end of the manuscript and include all relevant information (full names of institutions, companies, and individuals with academic degrees). The author is solely responsible for obtaining written permission from those acknowledged and providing them to publisher upon request. Work that is funded (e.g., editorial assistance provided by a corporate sponsor) must be included in the Disclosures section, not the Acknowledgments section.
Strict adherence to AMA Style Guide, 10th Edition (Oxford University Press; 2007), Section 3.1—References. Cite references numerically in text (do not use letters); cite unpublished material and personal communications directly in the body of the manuscript and not in the reference list. References should be listed at the end of the manuscript and not in footnote form. The author is solely responsible for the accuracy of references and their use with respect to the supported text.
All tables must be created and submitted in Microsoft Word format using the Tables menu to correctly place all data in appropriate cells.
Drugs and devices should be referenced by generic name and not by trademark to the extent appropriate.
Acronyms not otherwise listed in the AMA Sytle Guide should be spelled out within the body of the text the first time used.
Ethical Publishing: Wiley has systems in place for detecting fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism. Every submission is subject to review at the editors’ discretion.
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Figure Submission Standards
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