Tweet and Blog Post
Contributors of accepted articles will be asked for a "tweet" of no more than 140 characters and will also be invited to consider writing a blog post about their article. Contributors will also be invited to consider writing a blog post about their article. This should be between 300-1,000 words and might provide an engaging summary of the article to be published, or a broader engagement with current events or policy developments, for example. The particular content of the blog post is about exposing the authors work and the journal to as wide an audience as possible so it would be good to bear this in mind when preparing it. The content and style up of the blog will be left up to the author, however, it will be read by the Media Editor (although not externally refereed), and the authors should be willing to respond to any suggested changes and avoid simply repeating the abstract.
Articles published online under the FirstView model are considered published, and have a DOI which can be used for citation. No further revisions can be made after FirstView publication of an article. Articles will later be assigned to an appropriate issue by the journal's Editor. Articles may appear in a different order in issues to the order they were published under FirstView.
Changes cannot be made to articles once published either online in FirstView or as part of an issue. Any changes must be made via the standard process of issuing a correction notice. Please contact the Editorial Office and Content Manager for the journal if any error has been identified. The final decision on whether a correction notice should be published will be taken by the Publisher in consultation with the Editorial Team. For more information please refer to our FAQs.
Access to your article
Once your article has been published, authors will receive a code which will provide perpetual access in both HTML and PDF formats.
If an article is accepted for publication, first proofs will be sent to the contact author as an electronic link to a pdf document which the author downloads. Only typographical errors may be changed at proof stage.
Licence to publish
Once your article has been accepted, but before it can proceed into production, we need a signed licence to publish form. Further information about this may be found in the publishing agreement page.