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ANZJAT Resources

How to make a submission

If you are interested in making a submission to the next ANZJAT, please download the ANZJAT Submissions Manual. This gives all the information about what you need to provide, including the ANZJAT Style Guide (outlining the format and conventions that you will need to adhere to) and sections on how to use the ANZJAT Style Template, referencing and how to write a book review. 

The Style Template is a Microsoft Word template that you should use to format your submission. 

ANZJAT Submission Resources

The ANZJAT Submissions Manual – click the icon below to download


The ANZJAT Style Template  Click here to download

Referencing – using APAv6
ANZJAT requires all referencing to be in APA version 6. This ANZJAT Submissions Manual contains a quick guide to this but is not definitive. For a more comprehensive guide please refer to the one below if you need to find how to reference something that is not included in the manual.

A comprehensive and easy-to-use guide to APA version 6. Click here to download

You might like to take ANZJAT’s Great APA Quiz, a fun way to refresh or commit to memory some of the more common examples of APAv6 referencing. 

Other useful resources
Useful articles

Edwards, D. (2011). Once more, but with feeling: Further thoughts on writing about art therapy, 
ATOL 1
(2)
Click here to download

Taylor and Francis online guides

http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk

http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/review/peer.asp

http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/production/index.asp


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