Articles should be written in an accessible style suitable for a practitioner and an informed public readership, rather than an academic audience. Submissions from non-native English speaking authors should be written in elegant, grammatically correct English. As the Journal promotes dialogue between various interested groups, use of specialist jargon, arcane or abstruse terms, and complex math or statistics are discouraged. Articles should be accompanied by an abstract of no more than 100 words.
Authors are responsible for adhering to the ethical standards for published works.
Results and information on the research performed must be accurate and complete.
All references should be fully cited in a logical, consistent manner.
Written permission for copyrighted material must be obtained.