Publishing your research as a supplementary issue to one of Cambridge University Press's journals enables you to get your clinical findings, conference proceedings and symposia reports quickly and directly to your target audience.
All Supplements are peer-reviewed to the same high-quality editorial standards as regular issue content and are published within the main journal volume. A Supplement is an additional publication beyond the normal number of Issues within a journal Volume and is therefore funded by sponsors, examples of which might include not-for-profit organisations, government agencies, educational institutions and hospitals.
Supplementary issues are available at a minimum to all journal subscribers, however there are a variety of supplement options available. Funding bodies may choose to include a print component or to publish all articles open access, with a CC-BY license.
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Thank you. Depending on the Journal requested, your proposal may be discussed with the Journal’s Editor-in-Chief before an initial cost estimate and approval in principle can be provided. Please note, that all supplementary issue proposals and content are subject to final Editorial approval.