The journal of Academy of Hospital Administration published biannually, publishes original research papers, reviews and other special category articles in the fields of Hospital and health Care Administration. Communications on general editorial matters including manuscripts for publications, printed matter and books for review should be sent to the Editor, Academy of Hospital Administration, C-56/43, Sector-62, Institutional Area, NOIDA, U.P. Manuscripts : Manuscript should be prepared in accordance with the ‘‘Uniform requirement for manuscripts submitted to Biomedical journals’’ compiled by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors(The New England Journal of Medicine 1997; 336(4) :309-15). Two high quality copies on A/4 white bond paper should be submitted (One of them should be the original typescript) and the author should retain a copy. 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The full list of references at the end of the paper should include, names and initials of all authors (if more than 6, only the first 3 are given followed by et al.); the title of the paper, the journal title abbreviated according to the style o Index Medicus : year, those of multiple authorship should also include the chapter title, first and last page numbers and names and initials of editors e.g.1.Mehta MN, Mehta NJ. Mehta, Serum lipids and ABO blood groups in cord blood neonates. Indian J Pediatr. 1984.51:39-43.2.Smith GDL. Chronic ear disease, Edinburgh; Churchill Livingstone, 1980:78-81.3.Malhotra KC Medicogenetic problems of Indian tribes. In Veena IC ed. Medical Genetics in India, Vol. 2.Pondichery Auroma enterprises, 1978;51-55.Auroma enterprises, 1978; : 55-55.Papers accepted but not yet published should be include in the references followed by ‘‘in press’’ in parenthesis .For more detailed information about Vancouver system, authors should consult. ‘‘Uniform requirement for manuscript to submitted to Biomedical Journal’’ complied by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors(The New England Journal of Medicine 1997; 336 (4) :309-15)Tables Each table should be on a separate sheet with an adequate heading : tale and heading together should be self-explanatory. The desired position of the table relative to the text should be indicated in the left margin. Figures : All the comments on tables apply equally to figures. Figures should glossy photograph, not photocopies, photographs for reproduction should also be glossy prints. Illustration should only be used where necessary to clarify important points. 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