Instructions for Authors

Manuscripts should be submitted in the form of an interview and may be preceded by a brief case presentation (<400 words), which is preferred. If a case presentation is included, the body of the manuscript should make references to the case as appropriate. Topics should be prepared to review the evidence and expert opinions in the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of neurologic diseases. Manuscripts should be written at the level that can be understood by general neurologists and neurology trainees, but should be specific enough to be educational among experts in the respective subspecialty field. PLEASE REFER TO PREVIOUSLY BROADCASTED INTERVIEWS PRIOR TO SUBMISSION. Original, unpublished research findings will not be considered. Submissions should be submitted to

Following the interview, submissions must include a section for ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, CONFLICTS OF INTEREST, and REFERENCES. Submission requirements are specified below.

AUTHORS: No more than 4 authors will be considered per manuscript.

WORD LENGTH (non-Humanities manuscripts): 1,000-3,000 words.

REFERENCES: Minimum of 5. Cite references in numerical order according to first mention in the text. Example of a journal reference: Smith JG, Smith JA. Article Title. Journal Title. 2016;5:17-25.

No figures or tables will be considered.

FEES: $0

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Authors are requested to review the policies on manuscript requirements formulated by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors at