Guidelines for supplement sponsors
PAMJ publishes supplements. Supplements are published in addition to the regular issues of the journal. Supplements may be based on: proceedings of a meeting or conferences, collection of manuscripts related to a specific topic etc.. Supplement are published with the support of various entities including: nonprofit organizations, government agencies, pharmaceutical companies, medical education companies, universities etc.. As all articles published in PAMJ, supplements articles are peer-reviewed, archived in PUBMED Central and covered by the major data base and contents services (Medline, PubMed, Embase, etc) PAMJ website.
Benefits of publishing a supplement with PAMJ
Instructions for supplements
Articles consider for publication as supplements will follow PAMJ guidelines available at: www.panafrican-med-journal.com/instruction.php. The supplement sponsor will declare all competing interests. PAMJ editors have the right to veto an article in the supplement if they feel that it violates the journalís editorial policy, is unbiased or has conflicts of interest.
Publishing a supplement with PAMJ
Some information the supplement sponsor should have before contacting the journal include:
For more, contact the editorial team of the Pan African Medical Journal at: firstname.lastname@example.org