CEOG and EJGO have been transferred to IMR Press, Ltd. (www.imrpress.com) since January 2020, and they will be published as open access journals after the transfer.

Websites:

https://ceog.imrpress.com

https://ejgo.imrpress.com

Instructions to Authors

SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS

This journal has been transferred to IMR Press since 2020.

Papers should be submitted to European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology the online submission system (EM). Please proceed to https://ejgo.imrpress.com/EN/column/column199.shtml or CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A NEW MANUSCRIPT.

Please contact us if you have any questions ceogeditorial@imrpress.org.

 

MANUSCRIPT REQUIREMENTS

EJGO follows the “Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals” drawn up by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). One manuscript, typed, and double-spaced in MS Word or RTF format should be uploaded through the OSS: http://www.irog.net/author. A cover letter signed by all Authors must state that all have participated in the work and assume responsibility for the manuscript which has never been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Online submissions cannot be completed without a cover letter.

After the title page (full title and all authors’ complete professional identifications/academic titles, affiliations/institutions in English), original works should be arranged in the conventional order: Summary (Purpose of investigation, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion - about 150 words), Key words, Content (a 20-word summary), Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement (if any will be limited to appropriate professionals who were contributors to the paper or to eventual financial support received), and References should be numbered consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. References in the text, tables, and legends should be identified by Arabic numerals in parentheses. The author list should include up to six authors before “et al.” unless the total number of authors is seven, in which case all should be listed. The surnames should appear first and then the initial(s). The examples of references listed below are based on slight modifications on the format used by the U.S. National Library of Medicine in Index Medicus. The titles of the Journals should be abbreviated according to Index Medicus and should appear in italic form. These are then followed by the year, volume number in italic form, and only the first page of the article or chapter. References must be verified by the Author(s) against the original documents.

 

Examples of correct style and punctuation of references are the following:

 

Articles in Journals:

Check J.H., Cohen G., Cohen R., Dipietro J., Steinberg B.: “Sympathomimetic amines effectively control pain for interstitial cystitis that had not responded to other therapies”. Clin. Exp. Obstet. Gynecol., 2013, 40, 227.

 

Chapter in a Book:

Permuth-Wey J., Besharat A., Sellers T.A.: “Epidemiology of ovarian cancer: an update”. In: Farghaly S.A., (ed). Advances in diagnosis and management of ovarian cancer. New York: Springer, 2013, 1.  

 

Tables should have a title, be typed, and double-spaced on separate pages and numbered in Arabic numerals in the order of their first citation in the text. Only standard and universally understood abbreviations should be used.

Figures should be numbered consecutively and will be printed in colour or in black and white according to the Authors’ preferences, as printing costs will vary according to this preference. Figure legends should appear on a separate page with Arabic numerals corresponding to them.

Throughout the text only standard abbreviations can be used and must be avoided in the title. The full term for which an abbreviation stands should precede its first use in the Summary and text unless it is a standard unit of measurement.

 

PROOFS will revised by the Editorial Staff will be sent to the Corresponding Author and should be checked for any typesetting errors. Any eventual corrections considered essential should be made directly on the proofs and then signed, scanned, and returned within 20 days through the OSS. Signed proofs are a prerequisite for publication and confirm their acceptance and waives the Publisher from any eventual error due to oversight. The authors' initials and surnames should also be checked. Changes in authorship are no longer possible once proofs are received.

 

BUSINESS MATTERS

EJGO includes no commercial advertisements and does not receive any external funding. Authors will be kindly asked to contribute to the editing and printing expenses. Once an article is published, the Corresponding Author will receive a complementary PDF copy by e-mail and the issue in which it appears by regular mail. Only payments in USD will be accepted. Reprints should be requested with the form enclosed with the acceptance letter and can be paid by credit card, bank transfer or online by PayPal. Authors should include a complete mailing address and e-mail for reprint requests.


 

SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS

This journal has been transferred to IMR Press since 2020.

Papers should be submitted to Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics & Gynecology the online submission system (EM). Please proceed to https://ceog.imrpress.com/EN/column/column214.shtml or CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A NEW MANUSCRIPT.

Please contact us if you have any questions ejgoeditorial@imrpress.org.

 

MANUSCRIPT REQUIREMENTS

CEOG follows the “Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals” drawn up by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). One manuscript, typed, and double-spaced in MS Word or RTF format should be uploaded through the OSS: http://www.irog.net/author. A cover letter signed by all Authors must state that all have participated in the work and assume responsibility for the manuscript which has never been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Online submissions cannot be completed without a cover letter.

After the title page (full title and all authors’ complete professional identifications/academic titles, affiliations/institutions in English), original works should be arranged in the conventional order: Summary (Purpose of investigation, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion - about 150 words), Key words, Content (a 20-word summary), Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement (if any will be limited to appropriate professionals who were contributors to the paper or to eventual financial support received), and References should be numbered consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. References in the text, tables, and legends should be identified by Arabic numerals in parentheses. The author list should include up to six authors before “et al.” unless the total number of authors is seven, in which case all should be listed. The surnames should appear first and then the initial(s). The examples of references listed below are based on slight modifications on the format used by the U.S. National Library of Medicine in Index Medicus. The titles of the Journals should be abbreviated according to Index Medicus and should appear in italic form. These are then followed by the year, volume number in italic form, and only the first page of the article or chapter. References must be verified by the Author(s) against the original documents.

 

Examples of correct style and punctuation of references are the following:

 

Articles in Journals:

Check J.H., Cohen G., Cohen R., Dipietro J., Steinberg B.: “Sympathomimetic amines effectively control pain for interstitial cystitis that had not responded to other therapies”. Clin. Exp. Obstet. Gynecol., 2013, 40, 227.

 

Chapter in a Book:

Permuth-Wey J., Besharat A., Sellers T.A.: “Epidemiology of ovarian cancer: an update”. In: Farghaly S.A., (ed). Advances in diagnosis and management of ovarian cancer. New York: Springer, 2013, 1.  

 

Tables should have a title, be typed, and double-spaced on separate pages and numbered in Arabic numerals in the order of their first citation in the text. Only standard and universally understood abbreviations should be used.

Figures should be numbered consecutively and will be printed in colour or in black and white according to the Authors’ preferences, as printing costs will vary according to this preference. Figure legends should appear on a separate page with Arabic numerals corresponding to them.

Throughout the text only standard abbreviations can be used and must be avoided in the title. The full term for which an abbreviation stands should precede its first use in the Summary and text unless it is a standard unit of measurement.

 

PROOFS will revised by the Editorial Staff will be sent to the Corresponding Author and should be checked for any typesetting errors. Any eventual corrections considered essential should be made directly on the proofs and then signed, scanned, and returned within 20 days through the OSS. Signed proofs are a prerequisite for publication and confirm their acceptance and waives the Publisher from any eventual error due to oversight. The authors' initials and surnames should also be checked. Changes in authorship are no longer possible once proofs are received.

 

BUSINESS MATTERS

CEOG includes no commercial advertisements and does not receive any external funding. Authors will be kindly asked to contribute to the editing and printing expenses. Once an article is published, tthe Corresponding Author will receive a complementary PDF copy by e-mail and the issue in which it appears by regular mail. Only payments in USD will be accepted. Reprints should be requested with the form enclosed with the acceptance letter and can be paid by credit card, bank transfer or online by PayPal. Authors should include a complete mailing address and e-mail for reprint requests.