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Guide to Authors
All the key information you will require when preparing a manuscript for submission to Spinal Cord including article type specifications and formatting guidelines. Please read this section before submitting, as well as the accompanying PDF found at the top of the page for more detailed instructions on everything you need to do and include.
Information about the policies applied by the Journal and deatils of how cases of potential misconduct are dealt with.
This section explains how manuscripts are handled by our Editors between submission and acceptance for publication.
Open Access & Self Archiving
We keep our open access policies under constant review, while using a transparent approach to facilitate open science through data services, collaboration tools and public accessibility and reuse. This section provides further details on the options available to you.
Springer Nature offers an expanse of services to authors to help aid the publication process and to maximise dissemination of your research following acceptance.
This section contains guidelines for refereeing for Spinal Cord.