Information for Authors
If your manuscript fits within the scope of the journal, we encourage you to submit. Acceptance is contingent on favorable peer review.
Our user-friendly electronic manuscript submission and peer review system allows you to submit your manuscript online securely, conveniently, and instantly. Authors can track the progress of their manuscripts from submission to publication. Assistance is available via e-mail if needed.
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See the form in PDF format. At the time of article submission, each author must submit a form incorporating 4 statements: (1) authorship, (2) copyright transfer or federal employment, and (3) financial or other relationships that might pose a conflict of interest. The corresponding author must sign (4) the Acknowledgment statement. This form can be mailed to Physicians Postgraduate Press, P.O. Box 752870, Memphis, TN 38175-2870, faxed to the Production Coordinator at 901-273-2752, or scanned and uploaded during the electronic submission process.
See the checklist.
See the guidelines.
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See the clinical trials registration information in our Information for Authors.
Material published in the Companion is embargoed until the 15th of the month of issue. Contact PCCembargo@psychiatrist.com.
- Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals—Covers ethical principles related to evaluating, improving, and publishing manuscripts, as well as technical aspects of preparing and submitting manuscripts.
- CONSORT Statement—Provides guidelines for improved reporting of clinical trials through the use of a checklist and study flow diagram.