Abstract and keywords
Submit an excerpt of the article up to 300 words long immediately after the title part. At the end of the excerpt, list 3 to 10 keywords that indicate the paper’s area of interest. Where possible, indicate the keywords using the Medical Subject Headings of the Index Medicus.
The text must be divided into the traditional sections, or rather: introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion and conclusion.
Tables and illustrations
If tables, illustrations or photos are to be inserted within the text, indicate the exact points at which the documents are to be inserted in bold red font, the name of the corresponding files to be inserted, and a description of their content. The tables can be provided in pdf or in XLS format. The images can be provided in jpg or png format.
If the authors of the text have declarations of interests to report, they are asked to do so this section using a maximum of 150 words.
Notes and References
Each reference contained in the papers submitted to Rescue Press must follow the Index Medicus system. The list of citations and references must use Arabic numbering.
Acceptance of the authors
All the people who participated sufficiently in the work to be considered responsible for its content should be cited in the article submitted for review. The information about the authors should only appear in the TITLE section of the paper. Accepted articles will be published free of charge in Open Access format.
What happens once you submit your article?
Once your article has been submitted to RESCUE Press, our staff will render it anonymous and submit it to the appropriate members for peer review, in single-blind mode. The writings will be evaluated without the authors’ identities being disclosed, and one of the following three evaluations will be assigned:
- text not suitable for publication;
- text suitable to be adapted for publication;
- text suitable for publication without modification.
A recommendation will also be made as to whether the article should be published with DOI, or without DOI for indexing in the magazine ISSN, or whether this opportunity should be reserved for other publications.