Submission process and deadlines

Publishing tips

The Australian Diabetes Educator (ADE) welcomes articles and information about anything related to the specialty practice of diabetes education and diabetes care in Australia.  Contributions have a 2,100 word limit.

Please consider contributing:

Assessment

Submissions are assessed in accordance with their relevance, accuracy, clarity and applicability to the Australian Diabetes Educator (ADE).

The ADEA CEO has overall responsibility for accepting articles for publication. Articles requiring specific content knowledge for evaluation are reviewed by a member with the required expertise.

Authors acceptance criteria of publication

The CEO reserves the right to modify the style and length of any article submitted so it conforms to the ADE’s format. Only major changes or points of clarification will be referred back to the author for approval prior to publication.

The ADEA retains the right to reproduce the material published as an extract of the ADE, once the author signs acceptance of the offer of publication

Articles regarding an advertisement or areas of controversy towards a company or individual will first be presented to that company or individual, to allow a response letter in the same issue. Defamatory material will not be accepted.

Resources for Authors

The ADEA appreciate your consideration to submit articles in the ADE. Please ensure you have prepared your manuscript in line with the ADE’s general requirements for articles and our specific advice on the different article types.

Featured article

Please complete the following documents if you are considering to submit a featured article. These documents are linked to in the Instructions for Authors.

Peer review article

Please complete the above documents if you are considering to submit a peer review article. There is also an Peer review guidelines.

If you are interested in becoming a reviewer and join the ADE Peer Review team, please complete and submit the expression of interest.

Submission

Contributions may be submitted by email to ade@adea.com.au with the completed forms listed above.

Deadlines

Issue

Articles Due

Distribution

Volume 20 No 1 9 Jan 2017 March 2017
Volume 20 No 2 3 Apr 2017 June 2017
Volume 20 No 3 29 May 2017 August 2017
Volume 20 No 4 4 Sep 2017 November 2017

Submission process and deadlines

Publishing tips

The Australian Diabetes Educator (ADE) welcomes articles and information about anything related to the specialty practice of diabetes education and diabetes care in Australia.  Contributions have a 2,100 word limit.

Please consider contributing:

  • Referenced articles and teaching tips
  • Case studies and book reviews
  • Research studies and snippets.
  • Personal experiences in the care and education of people with diabetes
  • Course papers and reflective practice articles.
  • Innovative approach to care

Assessment

Submissions are assessed in accordance with their relevance, accuracy, clarity and applicability to the Australian Diabetes Educator (ADE).

The ADEA CEO has overall responsibility for accepting articles for publication. Articles requiring specific content knowledge for evaluation are reviewed by a member with the required expertise.

Authors acceptance criteria of publication

The CEO reserves the right to modify the style and length of any article submitted so it conforms to the ADE’s format. Only major changes or points of clarification will be referred back to the author for approval prior to publication.

The ADEA retains the right to reproduce the material published as an extract of the ADE, once the author signs acceptance of the offer of publication

Articles regarding an advertisement or areas of controversy towards a company or individual will first be presented to that company or individual, to allow a response letter in the same issue. Defamatory material will not be accepted.

Resources for Authors

The ADEA appreciate your consideration to submit articles in the ADE. Please ensure you have prepared your manuscript in line with the ADE’s general requirements for articles and our specific advice on the different article types.

Featured article

Please complete the following documents if you are considering to submit a featured article. These documents are linked to in the Instructions for Authors.

Peer review article

Please complete the above documents if you are considering to submit a peer review article. There is also an Peer review guidelines.

If you are interested in becoming a reviewer and join the ADE Peer Review team, please complete and submit the expression of interest.

Submission

Contributions may be submitted by email to ade@adea.com.au with the completed forms listed above.

Deadlines

Issue

Articles Due

Distribution

Volume 20 No 1 9 Jan 2017 March 2017
Volume 20 No 2 3 Apr 2017 June 2017
Volume 20 No 3 29 May 2017 August 2017
Volume 20 No 4 4 Sep 2017 November 2017