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PHiE 2017, 98(1)

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Review, original and case-reports are considered for publication in the quarterly Problemy Higieny i Epidemiologii. The original papers are peer-reviewed. A complete manuscript on floppy disc and two print-out copies should be submitted to the journal editor. The editor reserves the right to alter and correct the manuscript considered for publication in a way that will not change its overall value. Manuscripts that do not meet these requirements will be returned to authors for correction.

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Title of the paper in Polish and English should be concise, it should not exceed 120 characters. A subtitle is acceptable. The title is to be followed by names of authors, including first names, and affiliations. Main author and address for correspondence should be provided. It is indeed necessary to follow the guidelines on the title length.

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Tables should be numbered consecutively and headed by a concise title. Put explanatory matter in footnotes. Tables are adjuncts to the text and should not repeat material presented therein.

References should be quoted subsequently in the text in square brackets [1,2]. Unpublished data can be referred to providing the source of information in brackets in the text. Each reference should include: Author’s name and initial(s). Title. Abbreviated title of journal. Year, Volume (Number): pages.
1. Góral Z. Witaminy w uchu. Probl Hig Epidemiol 1998, 1: 18-24.
2. Smith E, Gray SD, Kowal R, et al. Frequency and effects of teachers’ voice problems. J Voice 1997, 11(1): 81-87.
3. Kowalski E, Nowak JT, Marski A i wsp. Epidemiologia przestrzenna. Probl Hig Epidemiol 2004, 1(3): 1-8.
Book should be quoted as follows: Author’s name and initial(s). Title of chapter. [in:] Book title. Name and initial(s) (Ed). Publisher, Place of publication Year: pages.
1. Zarawska E, Noculak-Palczewska A. Leki naturalne. Astra, Wrocław 1994.
2. Kawiak J, Warchoł J. Transport przez błony biologiczne. [w:] Podstawy cytofizjologii. Kawiak J, Olszewska M, Warchoł J (red). PWN, Warszawa 1995: 79-91.