WikiJournal of Medicine/Submission letter for multiple authors
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To submit an article where there are multiple authors, please email this form to SubmissionsWikiJMed.org
|Dear WikiJournal of Medicine editors,
[NAME OF AUTHOR 1]
[NAME OF AUTHOR 2]
(etc. for additional authors)
are the authors of [ARTICLE TITLE] which is [ATTACHED or AT THE FOLLOWING URL], and we request to have it published in WikiJournal of Medicine.
We agree to have this work published under the free license "Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported" (or comparable license).
We would like to recommend the following would be suitable peer reviewers for this work:
We also request the following not be considered peer reviewers for this work:
[The corresponding author agrees to have their email address stated online in the work] (or alternatively)
[The corresponding author has signed up to Wikipedia/Wikiversity under the username [USERNAME] and entered their email address] (email address can be kept private in user preferences, but readers can still correspond through the EmailUser function).
Our institutions [HAVE / HAVE NOT] at any time received payment or services from a third party for any aspect of the submitted work.
We [HAVE / DO NOT HAVE] financial relationships, regardless of amount of compensation, with entities in the bio-medical arena that could be perceived to influence, or that give the appearance of potentially influencing, what we wrote in the submitted work. This includes all sources of revenue paid, or promised to be paid, directly to us or our institutions on our behalf over the 36 months prior to submission of the work.
We [HAVE / DO NOT HAVE] patents, whether planned, pending or issued, broadly relevant to the work.There [ARE / ARE NOT] other relationships or activities that readers could perceive to have influenced, or that give the appearance of potentially influencing, what we wrote in the submitted work.
(Explain any additional potential conflicts of interest if present.)