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Author Guidelines

The Editorial Board strictly follows the guidelines of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). Detailed guidelines can be found on the website.

Via Medica strongly recommends that Chief Editors adhere to the standards set by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), particularly in ethically questionable situations. More information for authors, readers, and editors can be found on the COPE committee's website. The recommended guidelines are also available in Polish.


Publishing Policy and General Information

The journal "Child Neurology" is primarily addressed to medical specialists, nurses, pharmacists, and dieticians dealing with enteral, parenteral, and metabolic nutrition on a daily basis.


Preparing Manuscripts

The electronic version of the manuscript, along with all accompanying materials, should be submitted through the manuscript management system (OJS) on the journal's website. The work should include the authors' full names and affiliations, title, abbreviated title, as well as a complete correspondence address, telephone number, and email address.


Submitted works should use the standard Times New Roman font with a size of 12 points. The works should contain up-to-date information, with a particular emphasis on the practical aspect of the presented topic. The use of graphic forms such as tables, figures, charts, and diagrams is encouraged. Short and relevant excerpts of the text should be highlighted for placement in the margin (journal layout template). Only international drug names in their Polish equivalents should be used in the text. If illustrations or other previously published materials are included, permission from the copyright owner is necessary.


The bibliography should include a list of all cited references in the order of their appearance in the work. The preferred style by the Editorial Board is Vancouver. The following information should be provided: (a) consecutive item number, (b) author's surname(s) and initial(s) (for more than three authors, list the surnames of the first three followed by "et al."), (c) title of the work, title of the journal using the appropriate abbreviations (see Index Medicus), year, volume, issue, starting and ending page numbers; for separate book items, provide the title, publisher, place, and year of publication, (d) DOI address for the work. The bibliography should be limited to the most important references (maximum 25). References in the text should be placed in square brackets.


Note: The bibliographic reference may include the DOI number (if available), allowing for linking references and direct access to the appropriate webpage. Example: Redon J, Cifkova R, Laurent S, et al. Mechanisms of hypertension in the cardiometabolic syndrome. J Hypertens. 2009; 27: 441–451. doi: 10.1097/HJH.0b013e32831e13e5.


Graphics should be submitted through the manuscript management system (OJS) (resolution of 300 dpi, file in tif or jpg format with low compression). All submitted materials undergo a review process. For the publication of more extensive works, such as studies, scripts, or books, please contact the Editorial Office.


Legal Aspects

Manuscripts submitted to the Editorial Office should be accompanied by a statement from the authors (available for download as a PDF file from the journal's website) confirming that all listed co-authors consent to its publication. Additionally, the author/authors confirm(s) that they have familiarized themselves with the submission regulations of the journal "Child Neurology — Neurologia Dziecięca" and undertake(s) to comply with them. Previously published illustrative materials should be accompanied by written permission from the Publisher for re-publication. For photographs depicting identifiable individuals, their written consent for the publication of the photos should be included.

Any disputes regarding publication will be settled by the District Court competent for the Publisher's registered office. The legal relations between the Publisher and the author/authors are subject to Polish law and applicable international conventions.

Limitation of Liability

Although every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this publication, particularly regarding drug dosages, is presented accurately, the final decisions regarding their use rest with the physician. This publication is not intended to replace medical diagnosis or therapy. The authors' responsibility is specific to this form of publication and does not equate to the liability arising from individual medical advice.

Regarding drug information, the publisher has made every effort to ensure the reliability and currency of the information in terms of assortment, as well as drug prices. However, the legally binding information in this regard within the territory of the Republic of Poland is provided by applicable legislation, and in terms of commercial information, by pharmacy price offers. In terms of drug information, the only legally binding information about a drug is the current product characteristics (SmPC) and the manufacturer's leaflet.

Neither the authors, consultants, nor the publishers of this publication are liable for any errors or damages related to the use of the information contained in this publication. In particular, legal claims concerning drugs and chemical substances currently undergoing clinical trials are not considered.


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Marta Gołojuch
Phone: +48 667 630 038
E-mail: marta.golojuch@viamedica.pl


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Copyright Notice

By submitting the article along with illustrations and tables, the Author(s) declare(s) that the submitted work has not been previously published or submitted to another journal's editorial office (excluding abstracts of up to 400 words). Furthermore, the Author(s) automatically and without charge transfers (transfer) to PTChP all copyrights and related rights to publish and distribute the submitted materials—in all known and future forms of publication or other means of disseminating the work, and in all known and future fields of exploitation—provided that the work has been accepted for publication and published.

At the same time, the Author(s) agree(s) not to submit the manuscript for publication anywhere and in any language without the prior written consent of the copyright holder, which is POLSPEN. The reward for submitting the article is its publication in the Publisher's journal. Regardless of the aforementioned consequences, the Author(s) should include a cover letter with the submitted manuscript, containing a statement by the Author(s) confirming the above facts and that all listed co-authors consent to its publication. Additionally, the Author(s) confirm(s) that they have read the submission guidelines of the journal "Child Neurology — Neurologia Dziecięca" and undertake(s) to comply with them.

Previously published illustrative materials should be accompanied by the Publisher's written consent for republication. For photographs depicting identifiable individuals, their written consent for the publication of the photographs should be included. Any potential disputes regarding the publication will be resolved by the District Court having jurisdiction over the Publisher's registered office. The legal relationship between the Publisher and the Author is subject to Polish law and applicable international conventions in Poland. The legal basis for acquiring copyright is Article 921, Paragraph 3, Sentence 3 of the Civil Code in conjunction with Article 50 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act and relevant international conventions.


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