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.
Submissions can be sent to the Journal Coordinator by emailing Vic Segedin.
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We strongly recommend that you use the ANZJAT Style Template to format your submission. It is an easy to use Microsoft Word template containing a suite of styles to aid both you in your submission and the editorial team when reading, copyediting and setting your article. Please click on the icon below to download the file. It includes instructions on how to use it but you can also download a guide to using the Style Template – click on the icon below.
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ANZJAT requires all referencing to be in APA version 7. This ANZJAT Submissions Manual contains a quick guide to this but is not definitive. We are working on a more comprehensive guide and will endeavour to have this available in due course.
Edwards, D. (2011). Once more, but with feeling: Further thoughts on writing about art therapy, ATOL 1(2)
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