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DOWN SYNDROME RESEARCH & PRACTICE

GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS


Articles will be considered for publication on the understanding that they are original papers. However the Journal will accept articles, or notes, which consider the implications of research or ideas published elsewhere. Research papers will be considered for publication even though the research methodology is not described in the paper, provided that the paper clearly indicates where a full description of the methodology adopted can be obtained and this has been made available to the paper's referees.

All articles will be refereed by at least one person chosen by the Editor. All submissions will be editorially reviewed with particular regard for comprehensibility to a wide range of professions and parents. If the referees and reviewers recommend publication of an article, but suggest amendments to it, the person submitting the paper will be invited to consider those changes before a final decision to publish is made. The Editor reserves the right to edit notes, reports and other submissions when printing and publishing timetables make consultation with authors difficult.

For details about submission requirements, please see Submissions Guidelines.


Papers submitted to the Journal (see Submissions Guidelines) should be sent to:

The Editor
Down Syndrome Research and Practice
The Sarah Duffen Centre
Belmont Street    Southsea
Hampshire    England    PO5 1NA

Papers being submitted electronically (see Submissions Guidelines), should be emailed to:

dsr&p-submissions@downsnet.org

Once a paper has been submitted, correspondence should either be in writing to the editor (as above), or (preferably) electronically, as follows:

When submitting revisions to previously-submitted papers (whether referee-requested or otherwise), please e-mail:

dsr&p-revisions@downsnet.org

All other correspondence should be directed to:

dsr&p-editor@downsnet.org

 

 

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