Full Issue | April 1998

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Full Issue | April 1998

University of Victoria
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Microsoft Word - IJIH Author Submission Guidelines.docx 1 AUTHOR SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDIGENOUS HEALTH The following guidelines apply to authors writing articles for the Aboriginal Health Research Networks Secretariat’s International Journal of Indigenous Health (formerly entitled NAHO’s Journal of Aboriginal Health [JAH]). At this time, submissions are accepted in two formats: via email to the Journal or via online registration and submission on the Journal website. At this time, submissions are preferable via email; however, in the near future, submissions will be made exclusively online to the Journal website. Authors submitting via email should submit all proposed manuscripts and associated files to the International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) Managing Editor’s Email: [email protected] Where it is not possible to send the submission via email, special arrangements can be made to send the paper via the postal service or courier on a computer memory device. Mailing Address: Managing Editor, International Journal of Indigenous Health University of Victoria - Centre for Aboriginal Health Research PO Box 1700 STN CSC, University of Victoria Victoria, British Columbia, Canada V8W 2Y2 Courier address: Room 130C Saunders Annex, 3800 Finnerty Road, Victoria, BC, Canada V8P 5C2 General Guidelines for Submissions Submission of a manuscript to IJIH is a commitment of interest to be published in the IJIH and therefore implies the manuscript is not under consideration by another Journal. All materials submitted to the IJIH must be original and unpublished. The IJIH considers published material to be any material that is made available to the public on an unrestricted basis. Material posted on the web of disseminated externally from an organization or research institution in forms of hard 2 copy, CD or DVD, is considered published. This includes papers derived from larger bodies of work that cont

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