Czech Gynaecology - About the journal

The main focus of the journal is postgraduate education and information about the current state of development in this area of medicine at home and abroad, as well as publications of original studies and experiences from clinical practice and information on the activities of professional societies.

The journal publishes original papers, a selection of case studies, summary reports, brief summaries of news from foreign literature, interesting practice notices, and a selection of papers presented at national and international conferences and conventions.

Furthermore, it also offers book reviews and papers from organisations for women's medical care.

Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief

prof. MUDr. Radovan Pilka, Ph.D.
Porod.-gynekol. klinika FN a LF UP, Olomouc

Deputy Editor-in-Chief

MUDr. Jan Vodička
Porod.-gynekol. klinika FN a LF UP, Olomouc

MEMBERS

Doc. MUDr. Tomáš Binder, CSc.
Gynek.-porod. klinika 2. LF UK, Praha

MUDr. Vladimír Dvořák
Centrum ambulantní gynekologie a primární péče, Brno

Doc. MUDr. Jaroslav Feyereisl, CSc.
Ústav pro péči o matku a dítě, Praha

Prof. MUDr. Michael Halaška, DrSc.
Gyn.-por. klinika 1. LF UK, Nemocnice Bulovka, Praha

Prim. MUDr. Petr Janků, Ph.D.
Gyn.-por. klinika LF MU a FN, Brno

As. MUDr. Petr Křepelka, Ph.D.
Ústav pro péči o matku a dítě, Praha

Doc. MUDr. Eduard Kučera, CSc.
Gyn.-por. klinika, 3. LF Uk a VFN, Praha

Prof. MUDr. Alois Martan, DrSc.
Gyn.– por. klinika 1. LF UK a VFN, Praha

Doc. MUDr. Alena Měchurová, CSc.
Gyn.– por. klinika 1. LF UK a VFN, Praha

Doc. MUDr. Zdeněk Novotný, CSc.
Ústav pro péči o matku a dítě, Praha

Doc. MUDr. Antonín Pařízek, CSc.
Gyn.-por. klinika 1. LF UK a VFN, Praha

Prof. MUDr. Lukáš Rob, CSc.
Gyn.-por. klinika 2. LF UK a FN Motol, Praha

Prof. MUDr. Aleš Roztočil, CSc.
Gyn.-por. odd. KN, Jihlava

Prof. MUDr. David Stejskal, Ph.D., MBA
Vědecký a výzkumný institut Agel, Prostějov

Prof. MUDr. Zdeňka Ulčová-Gallová, DrSc.
Gyn.-por. klinika, LF UK a FN, Plzeň

Doc. MUDr. Vít Unzeitig, CSc.
Gyn.-por. klinika LF MU a FN, Brno

Prof. MUDr. Pavel Ventruba, DrSc.
Gyn.-por. klinika LF MU a FN, Brno

External Members

Prof. Edgar Hernandez-Andrare, MD, Ph.D.
Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA

Prof. MUDr. Ján Danko, CSc. 
Martinská FN, Martin, Slovensko

Prof. Frances Figueras, MD, Ph.D.
Centro de Medicina Fetal, Clínic Barcelona, Spain

Doc. MUDr. Miroslav Korbeľ, CSc.
1.gynekol.-pôrod. klinika KLF UK a UNB, Bratislava, Slovensko

Prof. Karel Maršál, MD, PhD. 
Dpt. Obstet. Gynecol., General Hospital Lund, Sweden

Prof. MUDr. Miloš Mlynček, CSc.
Gyn.-pôrod.klinika FN, Nitra Slovensko

Prof. Kypros Nicolaides, BSc, MBBS, MRCO.
King´s College London, United Kingdom

Prof. Aris Papageorghiou, MD., Ph.D.
NDOG, Women´s Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, United Kingdom

Prof. Walter Prendiville, MD, Ph.D.
Dpt. Gynaecol. Coombe Hospital, Dublin, Ireland

Prof. Jiri D. Sonek, MD, RDMS
Miami Valey Hospital, Dayton, Ohio, USA

Prof. Adolf Štafl, MD, Ph.D. 
Waukesha, USA

Editorial Staff

Published

Czech Medical Association J. E. Purkyně 
Sokolská 31
120 26 Prague 2
Czech Republic

Editor-in-Chief

Doc. MUDr. Radovan Pilka, Ph.D.

Deputy Editor-in-Chief

MUDr. Jan Vodička

Editing

Mgr. S. Beranová, 
E-mail: bera.s@seznam.cz

Print, Distribution, Advertising

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MUDr. Michaela Lízlerová - Coordinator of journals
Phone: +420 225 276 378 
Mobile: +420 724 104 297
E-mail: lizlerova@mf.cz

Jana Schrammová - production
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Subscription orders for the Czech Republics should be sent

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Manuscripts should be sent to

MUDr. Jan Vodička
Porod.-gynek. klinika Fakultní nemocnice Olomouc,
I. P. Pavlova 6, 775 20 Olomouc,
e-mail: jan.vodicka@fnol.cz

For authors and reviewers

The journal Czech Gynaecology is a trade-reviewed journal of ČLS JEP published six times a year. Articles are published in Czech, Slovak and English. The journal publishes original scientific work, overview articles, case studies, trade society news, book reviews, personal reports and letters to the editors. Only a manuscript that has not been and will not be published in a different periodical shall be accepted for publication. Published articles are the property of the publisher and potential reprinting is possible only with the publisherʼs consent and by quoting the original source.

MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION

The text part of the manuscript must be prepared in a word-processing program (WORD), font Times New Roman, size 12, margin width 2.5 cm, double-line spacing. (1,800 characters – 1 manuscript page = 30 lines x 60 characters per line). The text itself shall be written in straight setting, without indentations, bulleting, hard enters at the end of the line or tabulators. All pre-settings must be cancelled. In the manuscript document follow this chronology: front page, abstract and key words (on one page, in English on another page together with a translation of the paperʼs title) in mother tongue, the actual text, references, tables, and captions.

Figures and graphs – a separate file (do not insert into the WORD document) in JPG, TIF or EPS and high resolution – 300 DPI.

Tables – separately, numbering them chronologically.

Use of others’ materials – diagrams, figures, graphs, etc. – can be only published with the written consent of the author’s rights holder.

Valid grammar rules (progressive valid wording) shall be followed. Trade terminology, abbreviations and symbols shall correspond to valid norms, in particular SI.

Attach page numbers to the manuscript in this chronology: front page, abstract, key words, actual text, references, caption texts, typeset tables. Attach figures separately.

The manuscript shall include an imprimatur of the leading institution and a statement that the paper has not been and will not be published in a different journal.

Recommended manuscript length

Original paper: 1,500–2,000 words, i.e. 5–8 standard pages.

Practical paper and case studies: 500–1,000 words, i.e. 2–3 standard pages.

Abstract articles (additional physician training): 1,000–2,000 words, i.e. 3–6 standard pages.

A paper longer than this should be agreed upon with the editors in advance.

A MANUSCRIPT CONSISTS OF THESE PARTS:

1. Front page

  • A brief and apt article title in Czech and English
  • Surname(s) of the author(s), abbreviated first name (Novak J., Novaková H. In case of a different institution, mark with a superscripted number.)
  • Title of the institution from which the paper originates including the full name and all titles of the chief or director of the institution (for all authors)
  • Contact address of the main author, telephone number, e-mail address to which correspondence regarding the manuscript will be sent.

In addition, a statement regarding the responsibility for the paper or sources of support (names of grants, etc.) may be enclosed.

2. Abstract and key words

Abstract – should encompass all that was investigated and found, no common statements and prospects.

It shall be available in Czech and English for all articles. If necessary, the English version will be corrected by the editors. The editors reserve the right to refuse a paper due to language reasons. A structured abstract should not exceed 300 words including the chapter titles. The chronology of abstract chapters follows:

Objective, Design, Setting, Methods, Results, Conclusion, Key words.

The length of each abstract should not exceed 300 words.

Key words – 3 to 10 words (max. 255 characters) should aptly represent the discussed issue. Please pay special attention to their selection because they will be used for your paper in Index Medicus or other reference journals and on the Internet. We therefore recommend using key words as used in Index Medicus.

3. Actual text

The text is divided into: INTRODUCTION, MATERIALS AND METHODS, RESULTS, DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION, and possibly ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS.

Introduction

Encompasses briefly the purpose of the paper and summarises the substantiation of a study or observation.

Materials and methods

Utilised methods (for devices, name manufacturer) and steps are described in detail so that other institutions can use them. Utilised medication and chemical substances are characterised exactly. Number of observations, utilised method of statistical evaluation and significance of results are included.

Results

Brief and apt summary of achieved results.

Discussion

New and important aspects of the paper, study-efficiency evaluation and comparison with case studies are particularly emphasised.

Conclusion

Brief paper summary.

Additional text formatting

  • Abbreviations in the text shall be explained in words.
  • References to figures and tables in the text shall always be in parentheses in the middle or at the end of a sentence, or at the end of a paragraph: (Fig. 1), (Graph 1), (Diagram 1), (Table 1). Mark in the text margin where the table (or figure) should be included.
  • References to quoted sources in the text: reference number in brackets – [14] shall correspond to the number in “References“. Attention: References are sorted alphabetically, not chronologically as they appear in the text.

Names of patients, numbers of case histories, etc. are not provided as is no other data according to which a patient could be identified.

Tables and figures

A legend must be put above a table (Table 1. Title) and below a figure.

Tables and figures are not included in the text, but are added one after another at the end of the manuscript.

Grants, acknowledgements, etc.

are provided before references.

4. References

The number of references is not limited, but it is recommended to quote only such from which the author uses information or instigations or to which he/she compares his/her own results (at most 30@40 references not older than five years are expected), with an emphasis on quoting local authors.

References to quotes in the text are provided by numbers in brackets. Quoted sources of information are sorted alphabetically according to the surname of the main author (30 lines per page, reference numbers shall correspond to the numbers used in the text). Formal formatting is subject to ČSN ISO 690. If there are more than four authors, only the first three names and the abbreviation “et al.” are provided.

  • References are sorted alphabetically according to the name of the primary authors; they are numbered and references to quotes in the text are given only by numbers in brackets. It is suitable to quote references of the past five years, to limit self-references and to put emphasis on referencing Czech authors.
  • Quoting magazine papers – surname of the author, comma, abbreviation of the first name, period (at most 4 authors; if there are 5 or more authors, write 3 authors, comma, et al.), full title of the paper, period. Official abbreviation of the journal, year, volume (or number), first page, hyphen, last page, period. Put abbreviation “s.” before the first page in Czech or Slovak,“p.” in English (“S.” in German).
  • Quoting a book – author, title of the book. Place of publication, semicolon, publisher, year, pages. When quoting a book chapter – name of the author and title of the chapter, period. In Referenced Book. A reference to an article published in an almanac begins with the name of the author and the title of paper, followed by In: name of the editor, title of the almanac, place of publication: publisher, year and pages.
  • In titles of papers written in English, a capital letter is used only in the firstword of the title; other words are written in small letters, unless they are a proper noun, geographical name or a nation.

Examples of correct forms of reference:

  • A printed monographic publication: Zeman, M. První pomoc. 2. ed. Praha: Galén, 1998, 143 s.
  • An entry in a monographic publication: Linek, V. Poruchy paměti. In Preiss, V. Klinická neuropsychologie. Praha: Grada Publishing, 1998, s.96-115.
  • An article in serial publications: Pelikánová, T. Současné trendy inzulinoterapie.Vnitřní lék, 2002, 48, 6, s. 523-529.

Information on the location of electronic documents published on the Internet shall link to a document that was actually retrieved and shall include a way to access the document as well as an address of the location.

If there is a printed version and, apart from it, the document is also accessible on the Internet, we will quote as first the printed version and then its current availability on the Internet.

References are followed by the full name, titles and address of the author.

Send manuscripts with an accompanying letter in electronic form to the :

OREL – http://orel.prolekare.cz

UPDATED: 7.6.2017

Contact

Contact - publishing and printing department /NTS/ CzMA

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phone: +420 296 181 805
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e-mail: nto@cls.cz

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phone: +420 224 266 223 
e-mail: havlikova@cls.cz

For CzMA provide

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MUDr. Michaela Lízlerová - Coordinator of journals
phone: +420 225 276 378 
mobile: +420 724 104 297
e-mail: lizlerova@mf.cz

Bc. Michaela Hrdinová - production
phone: +420 225 276 259 
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phone: +420 725 118 877 
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phone: +420 225 276 393 
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