KBS Conference 2023 Issue – Call for papers
Guest Editors: Rachel O’Donnell, Jack G. Martin, Nic Taylor, Gemma Mitchell, Ines Henriques-Cadby
To accelerate dissemination and showcase alcohol research presented at the 2023 KBS conference, this issue will be devoted to research presented at the conference. We welcome all types of papers, including but not limited to:
- Qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods papers
- Historical papers
- Manuscripts will be accepted until 15th December 2023, and should be submitted on the website and follow the journal guidelines (see instructions for authors for general guidance)
- Papers will be continuously published in Early View on acceptance.
- Papers from low- or middle-income countries (where the first author resides in an LMIC) will have all publishing fees waived.
- Requests for fee reductions from early career researchers/students from any country are also considered.
- The article processing charge is US $750 for 4,000 word manuscripts (excluding references, tables and figures) for authors from high-income countries. Papers exceeding this word limit will be considered on a case by case basis, with particular consideration paid to qualitative research. An additional cost of $150 per additional 500 words may otherwise apply, subject to Editorial discretion.
Your submission will also help us to obtain and grow the IJADR impact factor which will benefit the KBS and broader alcohol research community. If authors wish to discuss potential submissions, please email email@example.com
Rachel O’Donnell, Jack G. Martin, Gemma Mitchell – Institute for Social Marketing and Health, University of Stirling, Scotland, UK
Nic Taylor – National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Melbourne, Australia
Ines Henriques-Cadby – Department of Mathematics, University of Manchester and Sheffield Centre for Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield, England, UK