Articles presenting important new research results. Included in this category will be single-subject experimental designs.
Brief manuscripts presenting pilot, preliminary, and/or exploratory findings or a new method for the collection or analysis of data.
Articles of primary clinical interest that serve to identify future research directions. Evidence-informed descriptions of clinical programs, and innovative clinical services and activities are among the possibilities.
Articles that aim to answer a specific clinical question related to a case, by using an evidence-based approach to support clinical reasoning.
Articles explaining/illustrating a clinical or scientific approach relevant to research and/or clinical approach in audiology and/or speech-language pathology.
A comprehensive overview of an area of speech, language, social communication, feeding/swallowing, hearing, or balance/vestibular sciences and/or disorders (i.e., systematic review or scoping review). Reviews should be prepared with the same rigour as research articles reporting experimental results and should be accessible to knowledgeable readers not expert in the subject area.
Research articles, clinical focuses, tutorials and review articles are generally limited to 40 manuscript pages (or 10,000 words) including abstract, references, tables, figures, and appendices.
Research notes and case studies are typically limited to 20 manuscript pages (or 5000 words) including abstract, references, tables, figures, and appendices.
Most manuscript types (other than tutorials) include an abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion, and relevant citations.
Please note that, as of May 1, 2020, all manuscripts must be submitted using the new 7th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
The Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is an open access journal supported by Speech-Language & Audiology Canada. The association provides funding to cover all costs related to the journal, including publication fees. Therefore, there is no cost to authors for processing or publication, and all articles in CJSLPA are made freely available immediately upon publication.
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