The Australian and New Zealand Continence Journal (ANZCJ) is the only multidisciplinary journal dedicated to researching the diagnosis, treatment and management of incontinence, bringing together the medical, nursing and allied health specialties of:
The ANZCJ is listed on a number of medical databases. These include:
- Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL)
- InfoRMIT (Australian Medical Index)
The ANZCJ is a member of the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME) and follows the recommendations of the International Council of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). It is recommended that all authors review the ICMJE Recommendations (previously The Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals) and the ICMJE statement Defining the roles of authors and contributors before submitting a paper. Information on publishing research and research publishing ethics, with links to the COPE ethics guidelines and international research reporting guidelines, can be found on the EQUATOR Network website.
All papers relating to human and animal studies must contain an ethics statement as per the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). All papers relating to clinical trials must include the trial registration number and adhere to the research ethics statement.
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ANZCJ Summer 2016, Volume 22 Number 4
Abstracts from the 25th National Conference on Incontinence in association with the Urogynaecological Society of Australasia 9-12 November 2016 Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, South Australia.
Published on Thu 1 September 2016
ANZCJ Spring 2016, Volume 22 Number 3
Theoria. Asking better questions — the key to better outcomes. Lindsay Tighe.
An exploration of the efficacy of telehealth in the assessment and management of stress urinary incontinence among women in rural locations. Lee Conlan, Judith Thompson & Robyn Fary.
Learning to accept incontinence and continence care in residential aged care facilities: Family members’ experiences. Joan Ostaszkiewicz, Emily Tomlinson & Alison Hutchinson.
Perspectives: Nursing The challenges of a rural continence service: a personal story. Anna Ferrier.
Published on Thu 1 September 2016
ANZCJ Winter 2016, Volume 22, Number 2
A longitudinal study of asymptomatic rectocoele. Jacqueline R Woodman, Tim Cowan, Emmanuel Karantanis & Kate H Moore.
A scoping study of paediatric continence service provision in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. Emma Goetze, Katherine McLean, Judith Thompson, Angela Jacques & Kathy Briffa.
Development of a long-form screening tool to identify clinically relevant co morbidities of nocturia. Wendy F Bower, Claire F Ervin, D Michael Whishaw & Fary Khan.
Published on Wed 1 June 2016
ANZCJ Autumn 2016, Volume 22, Number 1
The challenge of assessing postpartum urethral symptoms from a physiotherapy perspective: case study. Linley Edmeades.
A seating review may benefit patients with a spinal cord injury who experience poor urine drainage. Wendy Jannings & Andrew Thompson.
Published on Sun 21 February 2016
The ANZCJ invites original research papers, and other scholarly manuscripts relating to the diagnosis, treatment and management of incontinence across the lifespan. A list of topics of interest to our readers is published in each edition of the journal.
All papers submitted to the journal are subject to blinded peer review by two members of the Peer Review Board, or those persons with the expertise and academic qualifications that they may be deemed as peers by the Editor.
While the journal is primarily dedicated to Australian and New Zealand research, it also accepts international research studies on issues of bowel and bladder health and incontinence.
Submissions to the journal may also include:
- letters to the editor (maximum 250 words)
- case studies
- research article critiques
- book reviews (maximum 750 words)
- clinical issues papers and practice updates
- evaluation of products
First-time authors are encouraged to submit papers to the ANZCJ which is supported by the Editorial Committee and Managing Editor. Before submitting papers to the Managing Editor please read the Instructions for Authors Guide.
All enquiries should be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Jennifer Kruger
Chair and Editor
CEO, Continence Foundation of Australia Representative
CEO, Continence NZ Representative
Associate Professor Wendy Bower
Dr Margaret Sherburn
Dr Anna Lawrence
Associate Professor Debbie Rigby
Associate Professor Christian Moro
Dr Joan Ostaszkiewcz
Ms Elizabeth Watt
Dr Vivien Wong
Professor Kate Moore AO
Dr Vincent Tse
The ANZCJ Editorial Committee members provide a competing interest statement annually.
For more information about the ANZCJ and for author instructions and editorial policy or email the Editorial Manager at email@example.com.