For all manuscripts submitted – JCEM Author recommendations

For all manuscripts submitted – JCEM Author recommendations

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism could be the world’s leading peer-reviewed journal for endocrine clinical research and medical practice information. Each problem provides coverage that is up-to-date of developments that enhance our knowledge of pathophysiology, diagnosis and remedy for hormonal and metabolic problems. Regular top features of unique interest include initial reports of crucial improvements in patient-oriented hormonal and metabolic research, individual views on endocrinologic subjects, medical studies, medical reviews, medical practice tips, and situation reports.

  • Clinical Research Article
  • Case Report
  • Mini-review
  • Meta-analysis
  • Editorial
  • Commentary
  • Perspective
  • Page to your Editor
  • Page to your Editor Reaction
  • Reports and guidelines
  • Clinical Practice Guideline
  • Clinical Practice Guideline Meta-analysis
  • Clinical Practice Guideline Systematic Review
  • Clinical Practice Guideline Correspondence
  • Policy Perspective
  • Analysis Guide
  • Scientific Statement
  • Consensus Statement

Article Kinds

The next types of articles, including preprints from recognized repositories, are considered for book:

Original Essays

  • Clinical Research Articles are initial, investigative, medical studies centered on previously unpublished data. There are not any top or reduced word/figure/table restrictions. All numbers and tables needs to be initial.
  • Situation Reports (no further available for submission after 1, 2019) are descriptions of a case that provides insights into a condition’s pathogenesis, presentation, or management september. Continue reading “For all manuscripts submitted – JCEM Author recommendations”