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Scope and Policy
The editorial policy of the Trabalho, Educação e Saúde journal consists of discussing issues related to professional education in health from the standpoint of the organization of the working world, from a critical, systematic, and interdisciplinary perspective. The essence of the magazine's editorial policy is based upon the "professional training and qualification and work processes in health".
Evaluation and peer review
Form and preparation of manuscripts
The journal accepts unpublished contributions of the following types:
Collaborations must be typed in Word, Times New Roman font, size 12 and using double space, and sent to the journal's email address (email@example.com). The manuscript must include a cover page, which will show theses information: title of up to 100 characters, including spaces; name(s) of the author(s) and of the respective biographic note (position, institutional affiliation, city, country, schooling and academic background) and e-mail of the remaining authors, if any. As for the leading author, we request the full address for correspondence, e-mail and phone numbers. Articles, assays, debates and reports must also feature an abstract in Portuguese and English of no more than 200 words, in addition to a title in English and the title in the original language. The manuscripts can be submitted in Portuguese, Spanish, English, and French. The title must be concise and representative of the content of the text. The author(s) must state whether the study is funded, if it is the outcome of a Master's Degree or Doctoral dissertation, whether it was approved by the area's Ethics Committee, and whether there are conflicts of interest. In the case of a text authored by two or more people, the responsibilities of each author in the preparation of the manuscript must be specified, succinctly, right after the end notes.
Keywords - A minimum of three and a maximum of five descriptive keywords relating to the contents of the work, presented in the original language and in English.
Figures - Tables, charts, diagrams, photographs, images, and illustrations should be submitted in separate files, designating the position where they should appear in the text. References should be made through numbers (e.g. image 3) and not by expressions such as "the figure below". There should not be more than six figures per article, unless specific issues relating to the subject of the manuscript require more. In this case, the author should communicate that specific requirement in advance to the publishers. All figures, with the exception of photographs, should be numbered and titled, with only the initials of the title in capital letters.
Notes - Notes should come at the end of the text, concisely and numbered consecutively. They should not be used for bibliographic references.
Emphasis - It is requested that underlined and bold text are not used. Single quotation marks may be used to draw attention to a particular item of text. Words from languages other than Portuguese must be italicized, as must titles of works mentioned.
Citations - A citation within the body of the text should be marked with double quotation marks, the author's surname, year and page, as in the example (Bourdieu, 1983, p. 126); a citation with the author included in the text shall follow as Gramsci (1982); a citation with the author not included in the text shall be (Frigotto and Ciavatta, 2001). In the case of a citation including more than three authors, only the surname of the first should appear in the text, as in Spink et al. (2001). If the citation exceeds three lines, it should be included with a left indent equivalent to a paragraph, in font size 11.
References - For the purpose of compilation of references, Trabalho, Educação e Saúde adopts the NBR 6023 standard from the Brazilian Association of Technical Standards (ABNT). All references cited, including within notes, tables and figures, should be included in the bibliographic references at the end of the text, in alphabetical order, without numbering nor spaces between them. At the most, the full names of three authors shall be cited in the references. In the case of more than three authors, cite only the first, followed by the et al. abbreviation. The author's first name should be written in full in the references. Different titles of the same author published the same year should be distinguished by adding a lowercase letter after the date (e.g. 2010a, 2010b), both in the citations within the body of the text and the list of bibliographic references.
Manuscripts should be sent exclusively by email: firstname.lastname@example.org Manuscripts sent through regular mail will not be accepted.
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