The International Journal of Applied Research in Veterinary Medicine invites submission of clinical and laboratory research manuscripts in all areas of medicine, including pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis. Manuscripts must be previously unpublished and cannot be simultaneously under consideration with another publisher. The publisher will require the authors to sign a document warranting that the material does not violate any copyright or other intellectual rights and assigning the copyrights to The International Journal of Applied Research in Veterinary Medicine.
All manuscripts will be subject to editing before they are published.
Submission: Manuscripts should be submitted via e-mail in a format
compatible with Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, or ASCII. One copy of the manuscript
should be also be sent via post to:
Tables and Diagrams: All such materials should be submitted with the manuscript if they serve to clarify the discussion.
Illustrations: All illustrations should have the author's name, figure number, and TOP indicated clearly on the back. Slides should have this information on the slide mount. Illustrations may be submitted in color but will be converted to black-and-white prior to publication. Illustrations are handled carefully and will be returned to the author, but the publisher cannot be held responsible for originals. Authors are advised to retain duplicates.
Publication Fees: The Journal does not accept advertising. In order to offset production charges, authors will be assessed a fee of $400 U.S. per published page. Three manuscript pages are equal to one published page. In cases where the fees would pose a financial hardship for the authors, fellowships are available to offset the standard page fees.
Statistical Guidelines: The publisher recommends that the authors consult a statistician in formulating the experimental design. The design should reflect the most efficient means of testing the hypothesis that has been formulated for study. The study should then be conducted, analyzed, and interpreted in conformance with the experimental design. Analysis should determine whether the results support the hypothesis.
Authors will be given an opportunity to order reprints of their articles when they receive their copy of the final, edited manuscript (proofs).
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