We welcome submissions from any current or recently-matriculated graduate student in history, medicine, public health, bioscience, social science, and law.
Though HM has interdisciplinary aims, the journal principally exists to support historical scholarship. If you are uncertain of the article's relevance to HM, please contact the submissions editor.
Reminder, articles must be submitted using the pre-formatted document (template attachmed below). Please save the file as the original .doc format.
All images must be the author's own or the author must have documentation of permission by the owner in addition to proper citation. All images must be high resolution TIFF or JPEG images. Images may be included in the document itself, but must also be attached separately.
References should be cited using Vancouver Style. In summary, Vancouver Style uses bracketed number citations in text - e.g. (1) - followed by a reference list in the order of appearance of each reference. Please consult this site for further guidance.
Plagiarism and Professionalism.
Breach of ethical conduct is unacceptable and will not be condoned by the staff of Historia medicinae. The work of the author must be his/her own and take a new perspective on a given topic. Any borrowing of ideas, phrases, or opinions from other sources should be cited appropriately. Also, simultaneous submission of articles is considered a serious form of ethical misconduct. Articles submitted to Historia medicinae should not be under consideration elsewhere. If there is any doubt, e-mail the submissions editor.
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