Word count Article
Article - 1,800 or 2,700 words including references (longer articles by arrangement) OR
Country snapshot - 900 words length including references
Debate piece - 1,000 word introduction by A, 300 word reply by B, 300 word reply by A, 1,000 word conclusion by B
Title - Please include a title with the article
Subheads - Please include sub-headings where appropriate, to make the article more readable
Abstract/Summary - provide a summary of up to 100 words for all articles (other than snapshots)
Key words - provide up to 5 key words to accompany your article
References - A maximum of 10 references should be included. References should include all relevant details if they are to be included. Incomplete references cannot be included.
Lavis JN, Posada FB, Haines A, Osei E. Use of research to inform public policymaking. Lancet 2004;364:1615-1621.
Pawson R, Tilley N. Realistic evaluation. London: Sage, 1997.
OECD. The OECD Health Project: Health technologies and decision making. Paris: OECD, 2005. Available at: http://www.sourceoecd.org/scienceIT/9264016201
*If there are more than six authors, please list the first three followed by "et al."
Jargon - All specialist terminology should be explained. Not all readers will necessarily be familiar with the acronyms of organisations - please spell them out or add a line describing their function.
Language - United Kingdom English should be used; Euro currency conversions should be included when other currencies are used.
Format -Please email the article as a Word file to the editors David McDaid and Sherry Merkur click here
Attribution - Please ensure to send details of full name, position and organisation (including city, country) for the list of contributors.
Contact details of author - Please send an email address to be published on the article so that readers can make contact. Also, please include a postal address for copies of the issue to be sent when it is published.
by email: David McDaid and Sherry Merkur click here
by post: Eurohealth, LSE Health London School of Economics and Political Science Houghton Street London WC2A 2AE, United Kingdom.
If accepted, the article will be edited and titles may be modified. A final proof will be sent to you for your approval or amendment before publication.