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How to improve your chances of successful journal submission

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Watch the latest video from ICS. ICS Editor Roger Dmochowski and previous Editor Chris Chapple, provide an insight in the Neurourology & Urodynamics Journal (NAU) submission and editorial process.

Roger and Chris highlight the range of topics covered in NAU:

  • neurourology
  • urodynamics
  • female pelvic medicine
  • surgical correction
  • pharmacology
  • basic science
  • clinical trials

Submissions to the journal regarding these topics are always of interest and are encouraged. Its is worth noting that over the last few years many major journals have reduced their basic science focus, but at NAU we welcome and promote basic science under our two associate editors- Lori Birder and Karl Eric Anderson, world leaders in basic science in LUT and physiology.

So if you work in any of these fields then please do consider submitting your work to the journal for publication. But before you do why not watch this video for a few hints and tips on how to increase your chances of acceptance.

NAU has a current impact factor of 3.560 (a notable increase from 3.128 in the previous year). Additionally, journal citations are at their highest ever level at 4,800.

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