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Our articles and educational projects provide evidence-based perspectives and content on a range of clinical topics, supporting you with your learning, best practice, guideline implementation, and local decision-making.
The Guidelines in Practice team works closely with its Editorial Advisory Consultants, plus many organisations, including NICE, to develop content on new and updated guidance and evidence-based practice.
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Authors are advised to follow these instructions carefully to ensure that their article is processed smoothly and quickly
Articles on new and current guidelines, guideline implementation locally, best practice, and other topics of interest to clinical primary care practitioners are welcomed.
All articles submitted for publication must be original, and should not have been published before, or be currently submitted for consideration by any other publisher.
Articles about new or updated guidance should normally be 1000–2000 words in length, ‘personal view’ articles 500–1000 words, and short ‘hot topics’ 1200–1500 words.
Articles should be submitted as Word documents by email to the Editor, Gemma Lambert.
Please ensure you provide full contact details and affiliations for all authors, including email addresses for sending proofs, and attach a good quality (high resolution) head and shoulders photograph of the main author to go under the article heading.
Tables and diagrams, particularly algorithms, are welcomed. All tables, diagrams, and graphs/charts should be mentioned in the text. It is essential to provide electronic versions of diagrams and graphs in the application in which they were created (e.g. PowerPoint or Excel), so that we can reformat or resize them if necessary. For graphs and charts, please provide sufficient data for these to be redrawn if necessary.
Please include up to ten key points for the article, which will appear as bulleted points in a separate box.
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Please refer to other articles for the general style and approach. We are happy to send sample print page pdfs.
Authors assign copyright of their article to Guidelines in Practice, but may use up to 15% of their own work after publication without seeking written permission, provided that the original source is acknowledged. We would be grateful to receive notice of when and where such material has been reproduced. Authors will require written consent to reproduce substantial parts of their own material.
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