Giovanni Fioriti Editore

Clinical Neuropsychiatry AWARD

Giovanni Fioriti Editore is pleased to announce the second Clinical Neuropsychiatry Award. The prize – 3000 Euros – is to be awarded to the author (-s) of a paper submitted to the journal in the period June 1, 2019 – May 31, 2020, that will be judged to represent an outstanding contribution to research in the field of treatment of psychosis. Therefore, any research or clinical study, systematic review or meta-analysis investigating the treatment of psychosis would be desirable and will be the subject of the award.

Rules

The winner (-s) will be selected amongst the author (s) of any original research study, systematic review and metanalysis investigating the treatment of psychosis submitted for publication in CN, and carried out with stringent scrientific methods.

Submission Procedure
  1. Submit a paper for the publication in Clinical Neuropsychiatry, in the period June 1, 2019 – May 31, 2020, in agreement with CNS instructions for authors
  2. Within September 2020, the award jury panel will complete the evaluation procedure and announce the winner. The prize will be awarded in October 2020.
Evaluation Procedure

The award jury panel is composed by Ross Baldessarini, Martin Bruene, Giuseppe Craparo, Jos Egger, Fabio Madeddu, Leandro Malloy-Diniz, Donatella Marazziti, Michele Poletti, Adriano Schimmenti, Alfonso Troisi.

 

During the evaluation procedure even the referees could recommend an article for the award.

 

Each member of the evaluation committee will choose articles suitable for the competition and discard those unsuitable (e. g., review articles, editorial, research articles not related to clinical procedure etc.), as all articles submitted to CN are judged by referees, but not all will meet the criteria to participate in our award.

 

A work judged acceptable only by one member of the evaluation committee will be excluded.

 

A work judged acceptable by two members of the evaluation committee will be discussed.

 

After this initial stage all works suitable for the award will be assigned a score from 1 to 10, including decimal places, by each evaluator while keeping in mind the aims of the competition.

 

Each evaluator will assign a score according to his/her own personal knowledge and fields of interest.

 

The decisions made by the award jury panel are final and cannot be contested at all.