As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
The submission has not been previously published, nor is it under consideration for publication by another journal.
The submission focuses on Indigenous wellness, broadly defined as physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual wellness.
There is a list of five key terms after the abstract and before the introduction of the paper. The key terms are separated by a semicolon, rather than a comma.
All distinct cultural and/or technical terms unique to your work have been explained.
An academic mentor has approved the submission by completing the Academic Mentor Support Form and emailing it to the editor (email@example.com).
The Canadian Oxford Dictionary is used for the spelling of all English words.
The work is written and organized in a manner that is accessible to a diverse audience.
If your work is based on research or a synthesis of literature, it follows the APA Style guide, 6th edition, for citations and references.
If the work is based on research with people, animals, or biological matter, you have included a copy of the research ethics approval form.
Photographs and other images that are included in your work, but were not created by you, will be linked to, rather than reproduced, in accordance with changes to the Canadian Copyright Act.
We welcome the submission of manuscripts (25 double-spaced pages or less, not including references) of original work by Indigenous undergraduate students from all academic disciplines. Submissions should be in Word format (not PDF).
In order to have your work considered for publication, you need to have been registered as a full-time student or on co-op for at least one semester in the twelve months prior to the November 1st deadline.
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It is also important to note that research involving people, animals or biological matter must have ethics approval to be considered for publication. Please provide documentation of the ethics approval at the time of submission. Please see your home institution’s website for more information regarding how to get ethical approval for your research.
Your paper must include the following elements, in addition to the body of the paper:
Title page (your name; your academic mentor’s name; your institution; the title of your submission)
Abstract (100–200 words)
Key terms list (up to five), with each item separated by a semicolon
Acknowledgements (who supported you in your work)
Reference list (reflecting all in-text citations) *Personal communication and/or cultural teachings from knowledge keepers must be approved by said knowledge keepers for sharing and referenced by name and date.
Please see works already published in The Arbutus Review for how to prepare these elements of your submission.
The work must be submitted through the website after logging in as an author. When you submit your work for review, please have your academic mentor email the Academic Mentor Support Form to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. This form indicates that the work is yours, original, and of publishable quality, and confirms that personal communication and/or cultural teachings have been approved for sharing and properly cited. If the work is co-authored with an instructor, you must be the principal author and have written 75% or more of the text.
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