Neuromuscular Disorders Journal Author Agreement

The aim of the journal Sports Medicine and Health Science (SMHS) is to create a high-quality, merit-based scientific publishing platform for all relevant biomedical studies around the world, focusing on sports medicine, sports and motion-related health sciences. Among the main disciplines covered in this Journal are, among others, sports clinical medicine, orthopedics, preventive medicine, rehabilitation medicine, physiotherapy; basic and translational sports science, including Exercise Physiology, Exercise Biochemistry, Exercise Molecular Biology and Exercise Immunology; biomechanics; Motor Control and Exercise Neuroscience; epidemiology, gerontology and nutrition exercise; Complementary medicine and alternative medicine. Other themes in this journal (SMHS) are: 1) the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries in muscles, ligaments, joints and bones, especially elite athletes, professionals or Olympians and sports enthusiasts.2) Prevention and treatment of chronic diseases due to lack of physical activity or inadequate exercise. SMHS welcomes the contribution to studies that have used exercise interventions on metabolic, cardiopulmonary and neuromuscular disorders, as well as mental illness. Health issues in the elderly would receive special editorial attention. 3) Basic biological research focuses on the cellular mechanisms of physical activity and the consequence of lack of physical activity in the fields of molecular biology, physiology, biochemistry, immunology, neuroscience and nutrition. 4) Epidemiology and demographic research on the effects of physical activity and exercise on health-dangerous epidemics due to a lack of physical activity in chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, sarcopenia and Alzheimer`s disease. 5) Traditional Chinese Medicine (MCT), such as acupuncture and traditional sports (such as tai chi and Qigong) in the prevention and treatment of sports injuries and other chronic diseases in major vital organs, such as obesity, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, stroke and heart attacks. The list of authors is added to the first page of the report under the title with a format similar to that of the original documents of the magazine.

For each author, a complete speech, but preferably short, can be recorded, and the corresponding author for reprints and reprints must also be indicated. All manuscripts, with the exception of documents requested by the editor, may be charged an audit fee and publication fee. The author is charged the cost of printing and publishing a special edition. Abstract A concise and factual summary (up to 200 words for all articles and 150 words for case reports) is required. The summary should briefly outline the purpose of the research, key findings and key findings. A summary is often presented separately from the article, so it must be able to stand alone. For this reason, referrals should be avoided, but if necessary, quote the author and the years. (n) it should include a full paragraph without sub-positions. Even non-standard or unusual shortcuts should be avoided, but if they are essential, they should be defined when they are first mentioned in the summary itself. Additional Copy The author of a contribution to this journal receives a pdf copy of his article published at the publication. All authors must disclose all financial and personal relationships with other individuals or organizations that may influence their work inappropriately (biased).

For example, potential conflicts of interest include employment, consulting firms, stock ownership, fees, testimony from paid experts, patent/registration applications and grants, or any other financing.