The Editorial Office checks all accepted manuscripts for conformation to the Instructions to Authors and to ensure that all necessary paperwork, including a signed licence to publish form see section Permission licenseis present. Any areas that are identified as problematic will be addressed by the Editorial Office in consultation with the corresponding author. Once the Editorial Office has resolved any problems with the manuscript and the original signed Assignment of Copyright forms have been received from all authors, the manuscript is forwarded to NRC Research Press in Ottawa for publication.
Tables, Figure legends and low resolution figures if possible Abbreviations and symbols Abbreviations should be defined on their first appearance in the text; those not accepted by international bodies should be avoided. Use only standard abbreviations. Avoid abbreviations in the title and abstract.
Title page The title of the manuscript should be not be longer than 15 words. Provide full first and last names of the authors and their institutions as well as the corresponding author address and e-mail.
Note that when submitting the manuscript, the e-mail adressess of all the authors have to be provided in the online submission form. Abstract For Original Articles the second page should carry an abstract of no more than words.
The abstract should not be structured, i.
It should emphasize new and important aspects of the study or observations. Keywords The abstract should be followed by a list of 3 to 10 keywords or short phrases which will assist the cross-indexing of the article and which may be published.
When possible, the terms used should be from the Medical Subject Headings list of the National Library of Medicine http: Text Original research articles should have standard sections headed Introduction, Materials and Methods including ethical and statistical informationResults, Discussion and Conclusion, although reviews may have a different format.
Tables and figures should be included in the text see bellow.
Tables Provide the tables at the end of the manuscript. Number the tables according to their sequence in the text. The text should include references to all the tables. Each table should be assigned an Arabic numeral, e. Include a brief and self-explanatory title with explanations essential to the understanding of the table at the bottom of the table.
Identify statistical measures of variations, such as standard deviation and standard error of the mean or other where appropriate. Figures References to figures and tables should be made in order of appearance in the text and should be in Arabic numerals in parentheses, e.
If scanned, line art should be at a resolution of dpi, and halftones and color at dpi. All color values should be CMYK. Figures should be presented to a width of about 80 mm one column or, when the illustration demands it, to a width of about mm. Photomicrographs must have internal scale markers.
If photographs of people are used, their identities must be obscured or the picture must be accompanied by written consent to use the photograph.
If a figure has been published before, the original source must be acknowledged and written permission from the copyright holder for both print and electronic formats should be submitted with the material. Permission is required regardless of authorship or publisher, except for documents in the public domain.
Figures may be reduced, cropped or deleted at the discretion of the editor.Author Guidelines. Submission procedure. Authors have to REGISTER or LOGIN with BJBMS prior to submitting their manuscripts. Manuscripts must be submitted by one of the authors of the manuscript, and should not be submitted by anyone on their behalf.
Strong cover letters tell journal editors why they should publish your manuscript in their journals. Cover letters should be succinct and focus on the importance and novelty of your findings, as well as how they relate to the scope of your target journal.
The cover letter you submit to your target journal is your chance to lobby on behalf of your manuscript. Here are some tips for getting it right, plus a free journal cover letter template.
If a journal does not require a formal cover letter, it is still in your interest to take this opportunity to let the editor know why you have selected his or her journal for your paper and to make a case for considering your manuscript.
Jul 25, · A cover letter that accompanies a manuscript or a manuscript synopsis is also known as a query letter, and it should contain a compelling overview of the work, details about the writer's background and publishing history, and it should follow the publisher's guidelines for submission.
Scope. The Canadian Journal of Physics (Can. J. Phys.) is an international, refereed, primary research journal publishing significant contributions to physics that is available in paper and electronic form..
The Journal welcomes manuscripts reporting significant new knowledge and understanding across a broad spectrum of physical sciences and publishes them as articles, research notes.