World Journal of Surgery (WJS) Editor-in-Chief Position
The World journal of Surgery, in association with the ISS-SIC, is seeking a new Editor-in-Chief.
Interested individuals with a deep history of scientific publication and a rich experience in journal editing should send a declaration of interest (less than 200 words) and their CV to the ISS office at ISS/SIC, Seefeldstrasse 88, 8008 Zürich, Switzerland or to firstname.lastname@example.org, by March 31, 2017.
World Journal of Surgery (WJS)
The World Journal of Surgery (WJS) is the official journal of the ISS/SIC and of the six Collective Member Societies.
It publishes selected original scientific reports on:
- Advances in clinical surgery
- Experimental surgery and related sciences
- Surgical education
- Socioeconomic aspects of surgical care
The World Journal of Surgery keeps you informed on the newest developments and outcomes.
All Collective Member Socities have the World Journal of Surgery (WJS) as their only official organ as well.
Submission of Manuscripts:
Obtain permission for reproduction of publication
- Go to the article abstract on SpringerLink at link.springer.com/journal/268
- Click the link “Permissions and Reprints” located under the Other Actions section located on the right side of the abstract. This will lead you to the RightsLink page.
- Select the way you plan to reuse the graphic from the drop down menu.
- Continue to complete the form by using the drop down menus provided. Create an account with SpringerLink if you don’t have an existing one.
- Accept the terms and conditions and this will complete the permission process.
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