TO ISAJE ONLINE
ISAJE is the first society for addiction
journal editors and was formally constituted in 2001
as a non-profit organization. ISAJE holds major meetings
every year providing an opportunity to discuss shared
problems. Full membership with voting rights is open
to editors and staff of peer-reviewed journals, with
flexible membership fees.
The Society addresses the needs of journal editors,
their staffs, authors and reviewers, for support and
guidance in our field. We organize training seminars,
and through online and printed material we offer guidance
on ethical regulations and publication standards. We
especially support journals published in the developing
world and those published in languages other than English.
We represent the interests of scientific publishing
vis-à-vis database and indexing systems, publishers,
and society at large.
Read ISAJE's statement on conflicts
of interest here.
Read the ISAJE statement on addiction
The Society is established to promote
excellence in the communication and dissemination of
information on addiction and related sciences within
the scientific community and to those who have responsibility
for the prevention, treatment, cure, professional training
and policy formation in this field.
Details about joining ISAJE can be found
Executive Officer: Molly Jarvis , National Addiction
Centre, 4 Windsor Walk, London SE5 8AF, UK
Fax: +44 (0)20 7848 5966 E-mail: email@example.com
November 23, 2015
| LATEST NEWS:
- NEW! Read
the ISAJE statement on addiction terminology
- Winner of the 2014 ISAJE Griffith Edwards
Award announced here.
- The ISAJE-PARINT online mentoring scheme
for authors is up and running. Details here.
- The European Association of Science Editors
(EASE) guidelines for authors and translators
can be viewed in several languages here.
- Publishing Addiction Science Second Edition.
- Reviewers wanted from
Low and Middle Income countries. Details here.