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Rheumatology Network PhotoQuiz Contest OFFICIAL RULES

June 19th 2013

NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT WILL NOT IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.  CONTEST IS VALID ONLY IN THE UNITED STATES (EXCLUDING PUERTO RICO) AND CANADA (EXCLUDING QUEBEC) – ENTRIES FROM PERSONS LIVING IN OTHER COUNTRIES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DISQUALIFIED.GENERAL CONDITIONS:The Rheumatology Network PhotoQuiz Contest (the “Contest”) is sponsored by UBM Medica LLC, with a principal place of business at 535 Connecticut Avenue, Norwalk, CT  06854 (“UBM” or “Sponsor”).   The Contest is governed by these Official Rules, as well as by the laws of the State of New York and applicable United States federal law, without regard to any conflicts of laws principles.  The Contest is void where prohibited or restricted by law.  By entering the contest, each entrant agrees to abide by the terms of these Official Rules and by the decisions of Sponsors, which are final and binding on all matters pertaining to the Contest.  The Contest is being run in connection with http://www.rheumatologynetwork.com  (the “Web Site”) and is therefore also governed by UBM’s Terms of Service and Privacy Statement, as well as other policies pertaining to the Web Site.  These Official Rules will govern any conflict between any of the Web Site policies and these Official Rules.  The Web Site policies may be viewed on the Web Site.    HOW TO ENTER: The Contest entry period shall run from the first through the last day of any calendar month ending at 11:59 PM EDT or EST on the last day of the month; late entries will not be taken.  To enter the Contest you must prepare an image-based case study on a topic relevant to rheumatology and email your case study to editor@rheumatologynetwork.com.  Case studies emailed to editor@rheumatologynetwork.com will be reviewed by the Web Site’s Editorial Board and judged based on relevance, distinctiveness of the clinical case, quality of images, and informative nature of the text. 

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Author Guidelines for Rheumatology Network

November 3rd 2012

Rheumatology Network (www.rheumatologynetwork.com) offers clinicians a comprehensive overview of authoritative information in rheumatology and related topics in a format that takes full advantage of the capabilities of the Internet. We cover the whole range of rheumatologic disorders, with a strong focus on the conditions seen most frequently in daily practice: •  Rheumatoid arthritis •  Osteoarthritis •  Psoriatic arthritis •  Juvenile arthritis •  Lupus •  Gout •  Fibromyalgia •  Osteoporosis •  Systemic sclerosis •  Myositis •  Vasculitis •  Polymyalgia rheumaticaRheumatology Network is the evolutionary successor to the well-received Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine, which ceased publication in 2012 after a quarter century in print. Types of articlesRheumatology Network publishes the following types of articles by clinician-authors: •    Photo quizzes (case studies including clinical images, formatted as questions and answers) •    Multi-part reviews (concise reports of current and forthcoming clinical practices, with sections that would appear as subdivisions in a lengthy print review presented as separate articles online) •    “Clinical pearls” presented as bullet-pointed articles, consisting of individual statements followed by brief supplementary information •    300- to 750-word essays on issues relevant to rheumatology practicePeer reviewOriginal submissions deemed initially acceptable are sent for independent review. Rheumatologyl Network follows a double-blind reviewing procedure. We will remove your identifying information from your article before submitting it for review, and reviewers’ identities will be kept confidential when we return comments about your submission.Style and voiceAn active, bright style-writing just as you would talk in person to one of your colleagues-helps communicate information quickly to busy physicians. We edit manuscripts to achieve this style but not to alter medical content. You will have an opportunity to review the edited manuscript (and questions from reviewers).When supplying footnotes, please URL or hyperlink information wherever possible. References available online are greatly preferred to print-only citations. References should be numbered and listed in the order in which you cite them and include first three authors’ names, article title, journal, year, volume, inclusive page numbers, and URL to online abstract, either at PubMed or (preferably) at the publisher's website.IllustrationsWe welcome whatever illustrations you think would be helpful to readers, including clinical photographs, radiographic images, charts, tables, graphs, algorithms, and line drawings. Any artwork (illustrations or photographs) should be saved in a separate electronic document file and not embedded within the same electronic document as the manuscript. Files may be saved as .JPG, .EPS, or .TIF files; high-resolution images (300 dpi) are preferred for best reproduction.Reference citations for illustrations, tables, graphs, and figure captions all should appear at the end of the manuscript.

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