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PHYSIS: COLLECTIVE HEALTH JOURNAL
Editor: Jane Araujo Russo.
Physis is a quarterly scientific journal of the Institute of Social Medicine, Rio de Janeiro State University (IMS-UERJ). Its editorial guidelines are concerned with academic production in the field of Collective Health, emphasizing interdisciplinary critical and innovative approaches on Human and Social Sciences, and Health Politics, Planning and Management. Due to the existence of important national journals in the field of Epidemiology, the Editorial Board of Physis decided to prioritize articles that approach conceptual dimensions or the social repercussions of knowledge produced by the epidemiological research. The journal is basically composed of unsolicited papers, and has sections of reviews, interviews and letters to the editors. Occasionally, specific topics considered relevant can be proposed, presenting texts by guest authors with relevant inclusion in the debate on the topic. Even these, however, are subjected to peer review by the journal's editors. Its abbreviated title is Physis, and it should be used in bibliographies, footnotes, references and bibliographic strips.

The SciELO online version of the journal, prepared using a methodology developed by FAPESP / BIREME Project of Electronic Journals, including the complete text of articles, and is available with open access.

 

 

Indexes

 
  • Directory of Open Access Journals
  • EBSCO Publishing
  • LILACS (Literatura Latino-americana e do Caribe em Ciências Sociais)
  • PubMed
  • SciELO (Scientific Electronic Library Online)
  • Scopus
  • Sociological Abstracts
  • REDALYC
  • PROQUEST - Social Science Journals
 

 

Intellectual property

 

All content of the journal, except where identified, is licensed under a Creative Commons attribution-type BY.

 

 

Funding

 

Physis-Revista de Saúde Coletiva is published by the Institute of Social Medicine, Rio de Janeiro State University, through the Center for Studies, Research and Technological Development in Public Health -CEPESC (www.cepesc.org.br). It is sponsored by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel - CAPES (www.capes.gov.br), through the incentive program for editing and publication of Brazilian scientific journals.

 

 

 


 

Cuerpo Editorial

 

 

Editorial Board

 
  • Aluísio Gomes da Silva Junior (Instituto de Saúde Coletiva da Universidade Federal Fluminense - ISC-UFF)
  • Ana Luiza D'Ávila Viana (Departamento de Medicina Preventiva, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
  • André Contandriopoulos (Université de Montreal, Canada)
  • Bernard Larouzé (INSERM, France)
  • Claudine Herzlich (CNRS / EHESS / CERMES, France)
  • Cristiana Bastos (Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)
  • Daniela Riva Knauth (Departamento de Medicina Social, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • Debora Diniz (ANIS / Universidade de Brasília, Brazil)
  • Eduardo Maia Freese de Carvalho (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil)
  • Everardo Duarte Nunes (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  • Fernando A. Proietti (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil)
  • Gilles Dussault (Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal)
  • Giorgio Solimano (Escuela de Salud Pública, Universidad de Chile, Chile)
  • Gloria Careaga Pérez (Facultad de Psycología – PUEG, UNAM, México)
  • Gustavo Nigenda (Facultad de Medicin, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Mexico)
  • Hugo Mercer (Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina)
  • Hugo Spinelli (Instituto de Salud Colectiva, Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Argentina)
  • Jane Sayd (Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ, Brazil)
  • Jean A. Shoveller (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)
  • Lilia Blima Schreiber (Departamento de Medicina Preventiva, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
  • Madel Therezinha Luz (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  • Marcos Cueto (Facultad de Salud Publica, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Peru)
  • Maria Andréa Rios Loyola (Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ, Brazil)
  • Maria Inês Schmidt (Departamento de Medicina Social, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • Mario Pecheny (Universidad de Buenos Aires – CONICET, Argentina)
  • Michel Bozon (Institute National des Études Démographiques, France)
  • Naomar de Almeida Filho (Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil)
  • Nilson do Rosário Costa (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil)
  • Rosely Sichieri (Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ, Brazil)
  • Sherman James (Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University, USA)
  • Sulamis Dain (Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ, Brazil)
 

 

Editors

 
  • Jane Araujo Russo (Departamento de Departamento de Políticas e Instituições de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)
 

 

Associate Editors

 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS – BRAZIL

  • Daniela Savi Geremia (Universidade Federal da Fronteira Sul, Chapecó-SC)
  • Francisco Ortega (Departamento de Políticas e Instituições de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)
  • Gustavo Tenorio Cunha (ÚNICAMP)
  • Martinho Braga Batista e Silva (Departamento de Políticas e Instituições de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)
  • Rafaela Zorzanelli (Departamento de Políticas e Instituições de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)
  • Rogerio Lopes Azize (Departamento de Políticas e Instituições de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)
  • Rosangela Caetano (Departamento de Planejamento e Administração de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)
  • Rossano Cabral Lima (Departamento de Políticas e Instituições de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)
  • Tatiana Wargas de Faria Baptista (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro)
  • Washington Leite Wunger (Departamento de Epidemiologia, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATE EDITORS

  • Luiz Lapão (Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal)
  • Marcela Berardo (Ciência Política, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
  • Roberto Abadie (Department of Sociology, University of Nebraska/Lincoln, USA)

EDITOR OF REVIEWS

  • Célia Regina Pierantoni (Departamento de Planejamento e Administração de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ, Brazil)
  • Rosana Castro (Departamento de Políticas e Instituições de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)

Curatorship of Theses Reviews

  • Jane Dutra Sayd (Departamento de Planejamento e Administração de Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ, Brazil)

ASSISTANT EDITOR

  • Marcos Paulo Nascimento (Instituto de Medicina Social Hesio Cordeiro, UERJ)
 

 

Administrative Staff

 
  • Ana Silvia Gesteira e Miro Figueiredo (review)
  • Juliana Auler Matheus Rodrigues (review)
  • Mauro Correa Filho  (designer and layout)
  • Biblioteca CB/C UERJ (indexation)
 

 


 

Instrucciones a los autores

 

Scope and editorial policy

 

Physis: Collective Health Journal, a quarterly scientific journal published by the Social Medicine Institute Hesio Cordeiro of Rio de Janeiro State University, and the Center for Studies, Research and Technological Development in Collective Health (CEPESC), is concerned with academic production in the field of Collective Health. It is currently classified as B1 in the Collective Health area, according to the Qualis criteria of CAPES.

SciELO online version of the journal, which adopts the continuous publication model, includes full texts of articles and is freely available, with open access. It is also indexed in databases: Directory of Open Access Journals, EBSCO Publishing, LILACS, PubMed, Scopus, Sociological Abstracts, REDALYC, and PROQUEST - Social Science Journals.

Its editorial guidelines emphasize interdisciplinary, critical and innovative approaches on themes considered current and relevant in the field of Collective Health. The journal is basically composed of unsolicited papers, as well as section of reviews, interviews, letters and comments. The Editorial Board may occasionally propose specific themes, considered relevant, and publish papers of invited authors who are specialists on the theme, and which will undergo a process of peer review as well.

 

 

 

Manuscript preparation

 

Physis publishes articles in the following categories:

Original unsolicited articles (up to 7,000 words, including notes and references): unpublished papers resulting from research or bibliographical analysis. The Editorial Board decides on the publication of any submitted papers, based on anonymous assessment of reviewers - double-blind peer review - and according to space availability.

Original articles at the editor's invitation (up to 8,000 words, including notes and references): unpublished articles resulting from research or bibliographical analysis. The Editorial Board and the invited editor may either ask experienced authors to forward original papers on previously decided themes, according to the journal planning. In this case, the Editorial Board and the invited editor decide on the acceptance, based on anonymous assessment of two reviewers (double-blind peer review). Reviews and comments usually come at the invitation to the authors by the Editors. The number of authors will be limited to a maximum of two per text, and each author may appear only in one article per issue.

Reviews (up to 4,000 words, including notes and references): Physis welcomes unsolicited reviews and invites authors to send them as well. The Editorial Board will decide on the publication, considering the theme, quality of manuscript and space availability. Reviews will only be accepted with a single author.

Interviews (up to 4,000 words, including notes and references): this section welcomes testimonies of people whose life stories or professional achievements are relevant to the journal's scope.

Comments (up to 1,500 words, including notes and references): this section welcomes comments, notes and opinions on issues of interest to Collective Health.

 

Guidelines for presentation of articles and manuscripts:

1. The submission process is online only, through ScholarOne Manuscripts system at http://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/physis-scielo. To submit originals, authors must register in the system, and once logged in, access the "Author Center" and start the submission process. All authors of articles approved for publication must necessarily associate their ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID, https://orcid.org/) with their ScholarOne profile and inform the number in the Declaration of Responsibility (see model below).

2. Although Physis is sponsored by a public institution, the amount currently allocated to the journal is not sufficient to maintain it. Thus, from January 1, 2020, a publication fee will be charged to ensure the continuity of the journal. The amount of this fee is R$ 600.00 (six hundred reais) per approved article, ie, in submission the author will not pay the fee, only if the article is accepted for publication. The value for publication of texts in the other sections of Physis will be R$ 200.00 (two hundred reais). Authors will be provided with receipt of payment of the fee. After approval of the article, the authors will be informed, by email, on how to proceed with the payment of the fee. Duly justified requests for non-payment of the publication fee should be sent to the journal’s editors, who will review them.

3. Texts must be typewritten in Word or RTF, using font Arial or Times New Roman size 12, according to the number of words established for each section (comprising text, notes and references); abstracts are considered separately. Articles should not bring any information about authorship. Information about authors must be provided in specific fields of submission form and in the declaration of authorship (item 11, below).

4. Papers presenting the results of research involving human beings must contain a clear statement of compliance with ethical principles, according to the Helsinki Declaration and the Brazilian legislation issued by the Research Ethics National Committee, Ministry of Health. Authors should indicate whether the research work has been sponsored, is based on a Master's or Doctorate thesis, and must as well disclosure any potential conflict of interest. Information on financial support should appear on the item Acknowledgements, in the end of the manuscript or as endnote.

5. Physis encourages the deposit of manuscripts on preprint platforms. In case the deposit occurs, it is necessary that the authors notify the editors using the "Cover Letter" field, inserting the link (URL) and the DOI number of the manuscript accepted by the preprint platform. With regard to articles that have already been disclosed as preprints, the evaluation will take place in a simple blind manner, considering that it will be possible to consult the names of the authors of the text.

6. Physis welcomes articles written in Portuguese (preferably), English and Spanish. The Editorial Board may make changes in the texts, following the standards of the journal, however preserving style and content. Eventually, translated articles already published in another language, which by their relevance may merit greater disclosure in Portuguese, will be accepted. Authors are responsible for all concepts and information presented in the manuscripts, which may not necessarily reflect the views of the Editors and Editorial Board.

7. The abstract and keywords in Portuguese should be included in the indicated steps of the submission process. Abstract and key words in English must be included in the body of the article, after the references (in the sections of original articles and theme only). Abstracts must contain up to 200 words, and highlight the main objective, the basic methods adopted, the most relevant results and main conclusions of the article. Should be included 3-5 keywords in Portuguese and English. The full title of the article must also be translated. The Editors may revise or remake the translations.

8. Images, figures or drawings must be in tiff or jpeg format, with a minimum resolution of 200 dpi, with caption and font Arial or Times New Roman 10. Tables must be produced in Word. All illustrations must be inserted in the body of the article, but those produced in non-Word format should be sent in separate files as well, and will be inserted in the system as "image" or "figure", with their subtitles and numbering.

9. Endnotes must be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals, after the references, with size 10 font. As succinctly as possible, endnotes must be exclusively explanatory. There is no limitation to the number of endnotes.

10. References should be cited and organized following ABNT style (NBR 6023: 2018). In the text, cite the author's last name and year of publication, followed by page number in citations. All cited references should be listed at the end of the paper in alphabetical order. Authors are responsible for the exactness of the references and their correct citation. In the case of using some reference management software (eg EndNote), the author(s) must convert the references to text.

11. Given the growth in the number of co-authors in many articles referred to Physis, the maximum number of authors is limited to four, and only with exceptional justification a larger number will be accepted. Moreover, the effective contribution of each author will be rigorously evaluated. The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject articles whose authors do not provide satisfactory explanations about this item, and/or request the removal of participants without substantial contribution. The individual responsibilities of all authors in the preparation of the article should be indicated in the "Statement of responsibility" (see model below), according to the criteria of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, which determines that the recognition of authorship must be based on a substantial contribution related to: (1) Conception and design or analysis and interpretation of data; (2) Writing of the article or relevant critical review of the intellectual content; (3) Final approval of the version to be published; (4) Be responsible for all aspects of the work in ensuring the accuracy and integrity of any part of the work. This statement must also be signed by all authors, scanned and sent as a supplementary document during the submission process. An item of "Acknowledgements" may be included in the end of the manuscript or as endnote to quote institutions that somehow enabled the research and / or people who collaborated with the study but did not meet the criteria for co-authoring. The addition of authors after submission will not be accepted, and the removal of any of the names indicated as author may only be made if directly determined by the editor due to non-compliance with the criteria for attribution of authorship.

12. Works published on Physis are registered under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Brazil license (CC-BY 3.0 BR). The declaration of responsibility (see model below) must be signed by all authors, digitized and entered in the system as "supplemental file not for review", so that the evaluators do not identify the author(s) of article. Any other comments or remarks sent to editors should be entered in the "Cover letter" field.

13. In compliance with SciELO's guidelines, identification of author's affiliation should be restricted to the names of institutional entities, city, state and country. E-mail may be informed. The names and email addresses will be used exclusively for the services provided by this publication and are not available for other purposes or to third parties.

14. Papers which do not comply with these guidelines will not be published, even if they have been approved on merit by the reviewers. The Editors reserve the right to ask authors to suit the articles to the standards above, or even withhold their publication. Any other observation should come in the field "Cover letter".

15. If an article is already accepted for publication, it may be also published in English or Spanish as well, if this is the author's interest. However, the translation should be done by a qualified company (or one recommended by the editors of Physis), and translation costs shall be borne by the author. The Portuguese and / or Spanish or English versions of each article may only be published in the same volume and issue of the Journal and will be identified with the same DOI.

16. Authors are responsible for all concepts and information presented in the papers and reviews.

17. The Editorial Board will decide on how to proceed for particular cases.

Statement of responsability
(MODEL)

The contribution of each author in the text ____________________________ was the following:

AUTHOR 1 (ORCID: 0000-0000-0000-0000)*: (activities performed), INSTITUTION, CITY, STATE, E-MAIL
AUTHOR 2 (ORCID: 0000-0000-0000-0000)*: (activities performed), INSTITUTION, CITY, STATE, E-MAIL
AUTHOR n (ORCID: 0000-0000-0000-0000)*: (activities performed), INSTITUTION, CITY, STATE, E-MAIL

The text is an unpublished work and has not been published in part or in full, or is being considered for publication elsewhere in print or electronic format.

in case of acceptance of this text by Physis: Revista de Saúde Coletiva, we declare to be in accordance with the policy of public access and copyright adopted by Physis, which provides as follows: (a) the authors retain the copyright and grant to the Journal the right of first publication, the work being simultaneously licensed under the Creative Commons Atribuição 3.0 Brasil (CC-BY 3.0 BR), which allows the sharing of the work with acknowledgment of authorship and initial publication in this journal; (b) authors are authorized to enter additional contracts separately for non-exclusive distribution of the version of the work published in this journal (eg, publishing in institutional repository or book chapter), with acknowledgment of authorship and initial publication in this journal; and (c) authors are permitted and encouraged to post and distribute their work online (eg, in institutional repositories or on their personal page) at any point before or during the editorial process, as this may lead to productive changes, as well as increase the impact and citation of the published work.

Signatures:
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*ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID)

 

Privacy policy

The names and email addresses entered in this journal will be used exclusively for the services provided by this publication and are not available for other purposes or to third parties.
 

 

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