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Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate (pISSN 1229-0734, eISSN 2586-2359) is the official Journal of the Korean Association of Cleft Lip and Palate. Its abbreviated title is Korean J Cleft Lip. The journal launched in 1998 and is published semiannual (June 30th, December 31th) in Korean.
It is a professional, peer-reviewed journal covering all fields of interdisciplinary treatments composed of craniofacial orthopedic, orthodontic, surgical, and speech therapies for the patients with cleft, craniofacial anormaly, and/or craniofacial deformity. It includes original articles, review articles, and case reports.
Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate has an online sub mis-sion and peer review system. Manuscripts must be submitted electroni cally at https://www.kjclp.org. Please first log in as an author and follow the directions. Manuscripts should be submitted by the corresponding author, who must indicate the contact address, phone number and e-mail for correspondence on the title page of the manuscript.
Revised manuscripts should be submitted through the same web system under the same identification number. The copyright transfer agreement form must be mailed to the following address, as should all queries concerning the manuscript submission:
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Yonsei University College of Dentistry, Yonsei-ro 50-1, Seodaemoon-gu, Seoul, Korea
Editorial and Peer Review Process
Manuscripts are examined by editorial staff, who then decide whether to request external peer review by experts in related topics. Generally, the authors are blinded when the manuscript is requested for external review. The acceptance criteria for all papers are based on the quality and originality of the research and their clinical and scientific contributions in the interdisciplinary treatment of cleft lip and palate patients. After request for external review, the initial decision is typically made within 4 weeks. The results of review and the reviewers' comments will be sent to the corresponding author via e-mail. After revision according to the comments and recommendations, the corresponding author must submit the revised manuscript in the same E-submission system. The corresponding author must indicate the alterations highlighted or marked in red item by item in the revised manuscript. Failure to resubmit the revised manuscript within 4 weeks without notification to Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate is considered to be a withdrawal of the manuscript.
The editorial staff assume that all authors agreed with the Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate policies of manuscript submission. Except for the preapproved secondary publication, all manuscripts submitted to the Journal must be previously unpublished in all languages and not be under consideration for submission or publication in other journals. The identities of decision makers will not be disclosed in any circumstances. All published manuscripts become the permanent property of the Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate and cannot be published elsewhere without written permission.
All manuscripts should be prepared in strict observation of the research and publication ethics guideline recommended by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE, available at http://www.icmje.org). For all investi-gators involving human subjects, manuscripts should be based on human studies approved by an institutional review committee with the subjects' written informed consent. All clinical research must be performed according to the principles embodied in the Declaration of Helsinki: (https://www. wma.net/policies-post/wma-declaration-of-helsinki-ethical-principles-for-medical-research-involving-human-subjects/).
Research using animals also should be reviewed by an appropriate committee following the guidelines of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). Studies using pathogens requiring a high degree of biosafety should receive permission from a relevant committee such as the Institution Biosafety Committee (IBC). The editor of the Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate can request copies of informed consent and proof of permission from IRB or related committees.
Authorship credits should be based on 1) substantial con-tributions to conception or design, acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of the data; 2) drafting of the manuscript or revising it critically for important intellectual contents; 3) final approval of the version to be published, 4) agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work and ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved. Authors must meet all of these criteria. The corresponding author can be only an author(s) who meets all four criteria and cannot be an author who did not meet any one or more of the criteria. The corresponding author should be available throughout the full processes even after publication. When a study is conducted by a large and multicenter group, the group should identify the individual authors who accept responsibility for the manuscript before submission. When submitting a manuscript authored by a group, the corresponding author should clearly indicate the preferred citation and identify all individual authors as well as group name. Contributors to the study can be listed in an acknowledgment section. Acquisition of funding, collection of data, or general supervision of the research does not meet the authorship criteria, and such parties should not be listed as authors. If the corresponding author requests the addition or removal of authors after submission, the editor will assess the reason and a written document regarding agreement from all co-authors. The Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate has no responsibility for changes in authorship.
Conflict of Interest
At manuscript submission, the Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate requires the corresponding author to summarize all author conflicts of interest disclosures. The conflicts of interest can exist when an author (or author's institution or employer) has financial or personal relationship or affiliations that could have influence on or bias the authors' decisions, works, or the manuscript. The Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate requires complete disclosure of all relevant financial relationships and potential financial conflicts of interest regardless of amount of value. The corresponding author is asked to inform the Editor of all author conflicts of interest that could influence their interpretation of the data. In particular, all sources of funding for the study should be listed explicitly. Such conflicts can be financial support or private connection to pharmaceutical companies, potential pressure from interest groups, or academic benefits. Authors can obtain the ICMJE Uniform Disclosure Form for Potential Conflicts of Interest from the web site: http://www.icmje.org/conflicts-of-interest. The corresponding author is required to complete and submit the ICMJE form for all co-authors. All sources of funding should be declared in the ‘Acknowledgement’ section. At manuscript acceptance, the Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate can ask the authors to confirm and update their disclosure of conflicts of interest online. At the time of publication, the final status of conflicts of interest will be disclosed to the readers on homepage (http://cleftlp. or.kr/?c=57/80). If any author's disclosure of conflicts of interest is determined to be inaccurate or incomplete after publication, a correction will be published to rectify the original published disclosure statement, and additional action can be taken as necessary.
Preparation of the Manuscript
Submissions should be uploaded as Word (.doc) documents. The entire article (including tables) should be supplied as a single file; only the electronic figures should be supplied as separate files. The manuscript must be written with double-line spacing and 3 cm margins on A4 sized format consecutively, beginning from the title page. Please include line numbers in your MS word manuscript to help reviewers refer to specific lines of the paper when they make their comments. All measurements should be in metric units.
Review articles should contain an abstract of not more than 250 words. Manuscript length must not exceed 4000 words excluding references, figure legends or tables. The review articles should contain at least 2 and not more than 8 figures or tables with 50 or less references. If the length and number of references exceed the limit allowed, then consent from the Editor-in-Chief is required.
The manuscript should be in the following sequence: title page, abstract and key words, introduction, case description, discussion, acknowledgments, references, figures and figure legends. Maximums: one-paragraph unstructured abstract, 200 words; word count from Introduction through Discussion, 1,500 words; number of references, 20; number of figure parts, 6.
① Abstract, ② a list of key words (5 or less) using MeSH terms from Index Medicus, ③ Introduction, ④ Materials and Methods, ⑤ Results, ⑥ Discussion, ⑦ Conclusion, ⑧ References, ⑨ Tables (each table completed with title and footnotes), ⑩ Figure legends.
Title of manuscript
Abstract - The Korean Journal of Cleft Lip and Palate is using a structured abstract which must be limited 200 words. The abstract should conform to the following outline.
Objective: List the specific goal(s) of the research. Materials and Methods: Briefly describe the procedures you used to accomplish this work. Leave the small details for the manuscript itself.
Results: Identify the results that were found as a result of this study.
Conclusion: List the specific conclusion(s) that can be drawn based on the results of this study.
Manuscript text – Please remove all references to the author’s identity or institutions as manuscripts are peer reviewed anonymously.
Introduction -This section states the purpose of the research and includes a brief summary of the literature describing the current state of the field.
Materials and Methods - This section states exactly what was done and should enable a reader to replicate the work. The location of a manufacturer (manufacture name, city, state, country) listed in the text should be included. Statistical methods used should be outlined. Ethical guidelines for human or animal study should be described and approval of institutional human research review committee or animal welfare committee should be cited. Describe in detail hazardous procedures or chemicals involved, including precautions observed.
Results - This section should describe the objective findings without any comment on their significance or relative importance. Cite all tables and figures in sequential order in the text.
Discussion - Discussion considers the results in relation to any hypotheses advanced in the introduction. This may include an evaluation of the methodology and of the relationship of new information to the existing corpus of knowledge in that field. Data given in the results section should not be reiterated here. Only this section allows you freedom to interpret your data and to give your opinion of the value of your findings relative to previous work
Conclusion - This section states what conclusions can be drawn specifically from the research reported.
References - References cited must refer to published material. Number references consecutively in order of their appearance in the manuscript using superscript and Arabic numerals. References to "personal communication" or unpublished these are not acceptable. The style and punctuation of references should strictly conform to American Medical Association Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors, 9th ed (Baltimore, Md: Williams & Wilkins; 1998).
The source of financial grants and other funding should be acknowledged, including a frank declaration of the authors' industrial links and affiliations. The contribution of colleagues or institutions should also be acknowledged. Thanks to anonymous reviewers are not allowed.
Each table must be simple and typed on a separate page with its heading above it. Explanatory matter is placed in footnotes below the tabular matter and not included in the heading. All non-standard abbreviations are explained in the footnotes.
Footnotes should be indicated by superscripts a, b and c etc. The word "number" should be abbreviated as "n" to express the number of samples or subjects. For example, it should be written as (n=24). Statistical measures such as SD or SE (M) should be identified. Vertical rules and horizontal rules between entries should be omitted. Each table is referred in the text consecutively and numbered according to order of citation. The tables and its legend/footnotes should be understandable without reference to the text. The order of footnotes is as follows; after it is indicated by superscript a, b and c etc, then the abbreviation is explained.
Figure legends should be typed double-spaced on a separate sheet following Figure 1 or Figure 2. Symbols, arrows and letters indicating parts of illustrations should be explained in the legend. Each figure should be referred in the text consecutively as Fig. 1 or Fig. 2 in parenthesis and should be numbered according to order of citation. If figure is indicated in the sentence without the parenthesis, then it should be described as Figure 1.
Each figure must be of sufficient resolution for high quality publication usually in TIFF or EPS format. All images need to be at 300 DPI when the figure is of the size to be used in publication.
If you enter a large image at 300 DPI and reduce it to a much smaller size for publication, this will increase the DPI and the image will be very heavy and slow to open electronically. If you enter a small image (such as a 35 mm picture) and plan to enlarge it for publication, it needs to be entered at more than 300 DPI since enlargement will only reduce the resolution.
If a figure consisted of at least 2 sections, each figure should be listed as A, B or C in the upper left corner of each figure. The statistical difference (P-value) should be expressed as three digits below zero. If direct indication is difficult to express in the figure, then *, **, *** may be used. Theses asterisks should be explained in the figure legend. Figure format is individualized as follows: photographic images should be submitted in TIFF, JPG (JPEG), PNG, and GIF format with the original high resolution. It should have a minimum width of 100 mm and a minimum resolution of 300 dpi. Neither compression nor change of the color mode should be made. Line arts (graphs and illustrations) should be submitted in native PPT (preferred) including editable figure elements, vector files, or TIFF files (at least 300 dpi with a minimum width of 100 mm).
Supplementary material is peer reviewed material directly relevant to the conclusion of an article that is not included in the printed version owing to space or format constraints. It is posted on the journal's website and linked to the article when the article is published, and may consist of data files, figures, videos or extensive tables. The printed article must be complete and self-explanatory without the supplementary information.
Supplementary material enhances a reader's understanding of the paper but may not be essential to the reader's understanding.
Photographs of Patients
If photographs of patients are used, they should not be identi-fiable and should be accompanied by written permission to use them.
There is no article processing charge or submission-related fees to author-side until there is a policy change.