The following outline contains the basic content areas to include in an epidemiological profile: Cover Page Acknowledgements List members of your epidemiological workgroup, advisory council, evidence-based program workgroup, and any other key stakeholders.
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Access this information here. Research Articles include an abstract, an introduction, up to six figures or tables, sections with brief subheadings, and about 40 references.
Materials and Methods should be included in supplementary materialswhich should also include information needed to support the paper's conclusions. Science also accepts a few Research Articles for online presentation. These are expected to present significant research results that cannot be fully presented in the print format and merit the extra length and attention provided by this presentation.
The cover letter should indicate why the additional length is merited. These can be up to words and include methods, additional figures and potentially videos, as part of the main article. A pdf of the full article can be downloaded. Reports should include an abstract, an introductory paragraph, up to four figures or tables, and about 30 references.
Reviews All Reviews, except reviews in Special Issues, are now published online, where additional length, references, and enhanced media, are possible.
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They include an abstract, an introduction that outlines the main themes, brief subheadings, and an outline of important unresolved questions. Unsolicited offers of Reviews are considered. With the exception of Letters, eLetters, and Technical Comments, most items in this section are commissioned by the editors, but unsolicited contributions are welcome.
Perspectives and Policy Forums should include an abstract. Commentary material may be peer reviewed at the Editors' discretion.
Perspectives up to words plus 1 figure highlight recent exciting research, but do not primarily discuss the author's own work. They may provide context for the findings within a field or explain potential interdisciplinary importance.
As these are meant to express a personal viewpoint, with rare exceptions, Perspectives should have no more than two authors. Books or Media Reviews up to words feature commentary on new books, films, exhibitions, performances, mobile applications, podcasts, and other media that are likely to be of broad interest to our readership.
Please contact the Book Review Editor before you begin preparing your book or media review, indicating why you believe the work would be of interest to Science readers, and why you are well-positioned to write the review. Policy Forums to words, figures, and up to 15 references presents issues related to the intersections between science and society that have policy implications.
Letters should be submitted through our Manuscript Submission and Information Portal https: Letters may be reviewed. The author of a paper in question is usually given an opportunity to reply.
Letters are subject to editing for clarity and space. Letters rejected for print publication may be posted as eLetters. The abstract 60 words or less will be included in the Letters section of the print edition.View Notes - Epidemiology final paper outline from CHC at The City College of New York, CUNY.
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Science is a weekly, peer-reviewed journal that publishes significant original scientific research, plus reviews and analyses of current research and science policy.
We seek to publish papers that.