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We invite readers to submit letters of not more than 500 words. Missouri Psychiatry reserves the right to edit letters and to publish them in all editions, print, electronic, or other media. Letters should be sent by postal mail to Missouri Psychiatric Physicians Association, 722 E. Capitol Avenue, Jefferson City, MO 65101 or by email to email@example.com. Clinical opinions are not peer reviewed and thus should be verified independently.
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Newsletter Disclaimer: The opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily state or reflect the views of Missouri Psychiatric Association. Publication in this newsletter should not be considered an endorsement.
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Balkozar S. Adam, MD, Co-Editor
Guidelines for Submission to Missouri Psychiatry Newsletter
1. All submissions will be sent via email to Sandy Boeckman at email@example.com who will then forward the submission to the newsletter editor.
2. The length of the article should be between 600‐1200 words. In addition to the article, up to five references may be added.
3. At the end of the article, the author should include a statement clarifying the presence or absence of a conflict of interest related to the article.
4. If the article includes clinical information, the author should make a statement that the identifying information of the patient has been changed and he/she has obtained the permission of the patient and/or guardian prior to publication.
5. The artcle will be edited by the newsletter editor. The author may be asked to clarify some information, and address comments made by the editor. The revised article will be emailed back to the editor for final review and approval.
Submission Deadlines: February 15, 2017; May 30, 2017; August 15, 2017; November 15, 2017