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29 May 2020
COVID19 - Interprofessional Considerations
The Journal of Interprofessional Care (JIC) Editorial Board is keen to support the interprofessional community in its response to the current COVID19 pandemic, as well as ensure lessons learned through this experience are not lost, and best practice is shared widely. We welcome contributions on the impact of, response to and experiences relating to the COVID19 pandemic that maintain an explicit interprofessional focus; and represent a diversity of settings, professions, and fields.
Papers submitted under this theme will still be subject to our usual rigorous, double-blind peer review process; but submissions will be prioritised and the review process expedited. Papers will be made available online on acceptance and FREE to access.
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To ensure timely processing of papers, without overloading reviewers and editors during these difficult times, we established a system of staggered submissions:
- 15th May 2020 – for Editorials & Commentary papers up to 3000 words
- 22nd May 2020 – for Empirical, Review or Discussion papers up to 7000 words
- 29th May 2020 – for Short Reports of innovations & experiences up to 1500 words
On submission to ScholarOne please select special issue title COVID19. To ensure quick turnaround, in your cover letter please recommend 3 potential reviewers who may be available during this period.
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