SMAD - Instruction for manuscript preparation and submission
manuscript preparation and submission
These instructions aim to advise authors on the
Standards SMAD Electronical Journal Mental
Health Alcohol and Drugs adopts in the manuscript review
and publication process. These instructions are based on the Uniform
Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Writing and
Editing for Biomedical Publications, Vancouver style, formulated by the “International Committee of Medical Journal Editors
SMAD Electronical Journal Mental Health Alcohol and Drugs is an
official Journal of scientific publishing of the University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto College of Nursing, PAHO/WHO
Collaborating Centre for Nursing Research Development.
is “to share experiences and knowledge produced by health professionals and
researchers in the area of mental health, alcohol and drugs”.
Semestrial Electronic Publication
SMAD Electronical Journal Mental Health Alcohol
and Drugs prioritizes articles on results of original research and systematic
or integrative reviews, letters to the editor, editorials, reviews and
Manuscripts should be submitted to SMAD only. Simultaneous submission of the (full or partial) texts, figures and tables is strictly prohibited, except for abstracts or preliminary reports published in scientific meeting proceedings.
SMAD strongly discourages reports on the same
research in multiple manuscripts.
Reproduction is permitted, as long as the source
SMAD has no obligation to return original manuscripts, as well as articles rejected for
The concepts and opinions expressed are the full
responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of
the Editorial Commission and the Editorial Board.
SMAD has a management system for the publishing process. Authors submit
their manuscripts by e-mail and receive a reference number. Then, editors
review the study to check for its contribution to scientific knowledge in
Psychiatric Nursing and Human Sciences. Next, the manuscript is sent to the reviewers
for analysis based on the Journal’s review instrument.
The anonymous peer review system is used, in which authors’ and
reviewers’ names are omitted. Associate editors check the reviewers’ opinions
for compliance with publication standards, contents and pertinence. Manuscripts
can be accepted, returned for reformulation or rejected.
After the associate editors have accepted the manuscripts, the
article is forwarded for approval by the scientific, editor who has full
authority to decide on acceptance and/or required changes. Then, the journal’s opinion
is sent to the authors.
Authors are expected to submit their manuscript in one language (Portuguese,
or English, or Spanish).
Manuscripts submission is done exclusively through the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the moment of the submission the author must attach to the
-Signed and scanned individual Declaration form (click here for download)
-Approval of the Research
Ethics Committee or declaration informing that
the research did not
involve human beings directly.
The Journal will check the manuscript and the documentation, and if
there is anything missing or incorrect, adjustment will be required. If the
requirements for adjustment are not fulfilled, the submission will be
Articles are published in the language the author has sent it, being
the abstracts published in Portuguese, English and Spanish.
CLINICAL TRIAL REGISTRATION
SMAD supports clinical trial registration policies by the World Health
Organization – WHO – and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors
– ICMJE, acknowledging the importance of these initiatives for the registration
and international dissemination of information on clinical studies, through
open access. Thus, clinical research articles will only be accepted if they
received an identification number from one of the Clinical Trials databases,
validated by the criteria set by WHO and ICMJE, whose addresses are available
at: http://www.icmje.org. The
identification number should be registered at the end of the abstract.
MANUSCRIPTS ANNULMENT POLICY
Files of published articles will be
stored for five years and then eliminated.
Manuscripts received by SMAD that are
cancelled or rejected will be eliminated.
Any request for corrections should be received within 30 days after
the article was published.
These contributions aim to disseminate results of original and unedited
research, with possible replication and/or generalization.
This category also includes in-depth theoretical reflections and qualitative
research in general.
Letters to the Editor
Includes letters to discuss recent articles published in SMAD,
report on original research or significant scientific findings.
Includes the Journal’s and its reviewers’ official opinion on
relevant subjects on Mental Health, Alcohol and Drugs.
It is a space designed to publish studies developed by undergraduate
Analysis of articles published recently.
Uses a research method that presents a synthesis of multiple studies
published and permits general conclusions about a particular study area,
carried out in a systematic and ordered way, and contributes to deepen
knowledge on the study theme. Strict methodological standards need to be
adopted and results need to be presented clearly, allowing readers to identify
the real characteristics of the studies included in the review. Integrative
review steps: identification of theme and selection of research hypothesis or
question, establishment of inclusion and exclusion criteria for sampling or
literature search, definition of information to be extracted from the
studies/categorization of the studies, assessment of studies included in the
review, interpretation of results, presentation of review/knowledge synthesis.
Uses a research method conducted by summarizing the results of
original quantitative or qualitative studies and aims to answer a specific
question of relevance to Nursing and/or health. Describes the process of seeking
original studies in detail, the criteria used to select the publications
included in the review and the procedures used to summarize the results
obtained by the reviewed studies (which may be meta-analysis or meta-synthesis
procedures or not). Systematic reviews depart from the following premises: exhaustive
search for studies, selection justified by explicit inclusion and exclusion
criteria, assessment of methodological quality and use of statistical techniques
to quantify the results.
Although SMAD attempts to respect the authors’ creativity and style
in the manuscript format, a conventional structure should be adopted, including
introduction, methods, results, discussion and conclusion, highlighting the
study’s contributions to the advancement of nursing knowledge.
The Introduction should be short, clearly define the
research question, highlighting its importance and knowledge gaps. References
should also be included if strictly relevant.
The Methods used, study population, data sources and
selection criteria should be described objectively and completely.
The Results section should be limited to a description
of the results found, without including interpretations or comparisons. The
text should complement and not repeat the content of tables and figures.
The Discussion emphasizes the new and important
aspects of the study and resulting conclusions. Data or any other information
included in the Introduction or Results should not be repeated. For
experimental studies, starting the discussion with a brief summary of the main
findings is useful, and then exploring possible mechanisms or explanations for
these results, comparing and contrasting the results with other relevant
studies. Articles published in SMAD should clearly indicate their contributions
and limitations, and also explore how their findings influence future research
and clinical practice.
The Conclusion should be linked with the study objectives
but avoid any assertions and conclusions not supported by data. Authors should
specifically avoid assertions on economic benefits and costs, unless the
manuscript contains appropriate economic data and analyses. Any claims on
priority or reference to unfinished work should also be avoided. New hypotheses
can be established when this is the case, clearly indicating that these are
SMAD’s authorship concept is based on the substantial contribution
by each of the individuals listed as authors, mainly in terms of conceiving and
planning the research project, collecting or analyzing and interpreting data,
writing and critical review. Indication of authors’ names under the article
title is limited to six. If more, authors are listed on the online submission
form under Acknowledgements.
Including names of authors whose contribution does not fit into the
above criteria cannot be justified. Those names can be included in the
Authors are fully responsible for the concepts disseminated in
their manuscripts, which do not necessarily reflect the editors’ and editorial
- Title (short but informative, excluding geographic locations and
abbreviations) in Portuguese, English and Spanish;
- Full name of author(s), with professional category, highest degree,
affiliated department and institution, e-mail, city, state and country in
- Name, mailing address, e-mail, telephone/fax of corresponding
- Include names of all authors in the link insert authors;
- Acknowledgement(s) of funding, equipment, pharmaceutical support
- Thanks - name of collaborators whose contribution does not qualify
as authorship according to SMAD criteria, or list of authors beyond names
indicated below the title:
* scientific consulting
* critical review of study proposal
* support and/or cooperation in data collection
* support to research subjects
* grammar review
* technical support during research;
- relation of manuscript with theses and dissertations (inform
- Maximum 120 words, including research objective, basic procedures
(subject selection, observation and analysis methods, main results) and
conclusions. Contributions to the advancement of nursing knowledge should be
- include 3 to 6 descriptors for indexation of the articles -
consult DeCS-LILACS – Health Sciences Descriptors, developed by the Virtual
Health Library (BIREME) (http://decs.bvs.br/)
or MESH - Medical Subject Headings http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/MBrowser.html
The main file of the article should also include, on the first page,
the title, abstract and descriptors, in this order, in Portuguese, English and
Spanish. Do not use abbreviations in the title and abstract. These should be
written in full upon their first use in the text, unless they are standardized
units of measurement.
Upon submission, the following compulsory documents should be
attached to the e-mail:
-Approval of the Research Ethics Committee or declaration informing that the research did not involve human beings directly
-Signed and scanned individual Declaration form (click here for download)
Both documents should be digitalized as a jpg file (maximum size
- A4 (210 x 297mm).
- 2.5 cm margins on all sides.
- Font Times New Roman 12.
- Double lining throughout the file.
- Tables should be inserted in the text, numbered
consecutively with Arabic numerals, in the order mentioned in the text, without
any horizontal or vertical lines inside the table. The title should be short
and include essential data only, avoiding unrepresentative data. Explanatory
notes should be placed in a footnote to the table and not in the heading or
- Figures (including drawings, graphs, pictures
etc.) should be drawn, elaborated and/or photographed by professionals in black
and white. In case pictures are used, subjects cannot be identified or upon
written authorization for the sake of scientific dissemination only. Numbering
should be consecutive with Arabic numerals, in the order mentioned in the text.
Figures will be accepted provided that they do not repeat data contained in
tables. In the figure legends, symbols, arrows, numbers, letters and other
signed should be identified and their meaning clarified. Non- standardized
abbreviations should be explained in footnotes, sequentially using the
- Illustrations should be sufficiently clear to
permit reproduction at 7.2cm (width of text column) or 15cm (page width). For
illustrations extracted from other publications, authors should provide written
permission for their reproduction. These authorizations should be sent together
with the manuscript submitted for publication.
- Maximum of 5 tables, figures and illustrations
on the whole.
- Use of internationally standardized
- Footnotes: should be marked with asterisks,
initiated per page and restricted to a minimum.
- The maximum number of pages includes the full
article, titles, abstracts and descriptors in three languages, illustrations,
graphs, tables, pictures and references.
- Maximum of 15 pages for original articles. It
is recommended to limit references to 25. Only those strictly relevant for the
research question should be included, avoiding an accumulation of references in
the same citation.
- Maximum of 20 pages for reviews. Only those
strictly relevant for the research question should be included, avoiding an
accumulation of references in the same citation.
- Maximum of 1 page for Letters to the Editor.
- Maximum of 1 page for Reviews.
- Maximum of 1 page for Student’s Page.
- Subject statements should be included in
italics, font Times New Roman 10, included in the body of the text. E.g.: society is increasingly violent (subject 1).
- Place ipsis litteris citations between
brackets only, included in the body of the text.
- References - numbered consecutively, according
to their first mention in the text. Identified with Arabic numerals, between
parentheses and superscribed, without mentioning authors’ names. The same rule
applies to tables and legends.
- In case of sequential citations, separate numbers
by a hyphen (e.g.: (1-2)); when interspersed use comma (e.g.: (1,5,7)).
- Include contributions published by SMAD on the
Authors are fully responsible for the correctness
How to cite articles
published in SMAD Electronical
Journal Mental Health Alcohol and Drugs
Articles Published in SMAD should be
cited preferably in Portuguese.
Examples of references
according to Vancouver RULES
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