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Cambridge Core provides a dedicated project manager for each supplement, who personally oversees the process from start to finish. A number of our journals offer a fast-track peer-review and production process. Sponsored supplements are distributed at a minimum to all journal subscribers. The sponsor also enjoys the option of purchasing additional print copies of the full supplement or individual articles for their use. We can offer a variety of additional benefits, subject to editorial approval, including online publication of supplementary multimedia files and Open Access publication.

Sending a Supplement Proposal

Publishing your research as a supplementary issue to one of Cambridge University Press's journals enables you to get your clinical findings, conference proceedings and symposia reports quickly and directly to your target audience.

All Supplements are peer-reviewed to the same high-quality editorial standards as regular issue content and are published within the main journal volume.  A Supplement is an additional publication beyond the normal number of Issues within a journal Volume and is therefore funded by sponsors, examples of which might include not-for-profit organisations, government agencies, educational institutions and hospitals.

Sponsored supplements are available at a minimum to all journal subscribers, however there are a variety of supplement options available. Funding bodies may choose to include a print component or to publish all articles open access, with a CC-BY license.

For further information about publishing a supplement with one of our journals, or to submit a proposal, please contact us at

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