Healthcare UK, published by Intuition Communication Ltd, helps patients to make
an informed choice when choosing private healthcare, and welcomes articles and
contributions from all within the private healthcare industry.
Our privatehealthcare articles and features are written by some of the leading experts in the
topics for articles include:
- Current trends and new
approaches in treatment
- Advice on alternative
approaches to treatment
- Current trends in private
- Regulation and accreditation
or healthcare facilities
- Development of private
- Private healthcare insurance
Guidelines for articles
- Articles must be original
and contain up-to-date information on the topic.
- Articles must be non-promotional. We do not accept
articles that, in essence, overtly promote the services or offering of a
specific doctor, clinic, hospital or organisation. We do not accept
- Simultaneous submission to
another journal must be approved by Intuition Communication.
- Authors should contact the
editorial(AT)privatehealth.co.uk prior to submission to ensure that the
proposed topic and content is appropriate.
- Articles should include
references where appropriate, particularly to any source data or
- All articles must be
submitted as Microsoft Word documents
- Articles should be between
750 and 1500 words in length.
- Images and charts can be
incorporated; their inclusion is encouraged. These should provided in jpg
- Articles should include a
60-80 word profile of the author.
Article submission process
should be submitted by email to editorial(AT)privatehealth.co.uk for review.
Conditions of publication
Communication Ltd reserves the right to reject any article at any time after
- Payment will not be made to
authors, unless this has been agreed prior to publication.
- Our editorial staff may
edit articles to meet our to house style or to improve presentation to the
- Proofs (in the form of a
private web page) will normally be notified prior to publication.
- Intuition Communication Ltd
reserve the right to re-use a published article in printed form or on-line
within 12 months from the initial publication.