We Can Publish Your Algorithm
We welcome submission of algorithms for publication in this series.
Algorithms should be evidence-based and include references. They should be carefully constructed to cover easy as well as difficult situations where there is little or conflicting research and they should handle even unusual clinical situations without leading to erroneous recommendations.
Submitted algorithms should have passed rigorous independent peer revue. Publication in a peer reviewed journal is ideal but other peer revue mechanisms may be adequate.
Authors will be expected to update the algorithms as knowledge advances.
We will assist authors in creating the computerized version. Authors can use the tools we have assembled. The tools (Joomla!, Gvedit, EndNote and our page display scripts), except for EndNote, are free software and do not require technical software knowledge.
Contact David N. Osser (dno@TheWorld.com)