Grant Status Tracking
- Grant recipients must complete the appropriate online forms providing status updates on their use of grant funding and project outcomes as outlined in their grant notifications.
Manuscript Review Process
- Any manuscript that is produced from one or more committees or task forces should first be sent for review and approval to the respective committee(s) leadership (first) and members (second). Committee work is defined as any project that has been discussed during a meeting/is listed as an agenda item during a committee meeting and/or is one of the projects the committee is working on.
- After full committee approval, all manuscripts will be sent to the ASE Board of Directors voting members for review and approval. If a manuscript reports research results, it should be sent to the Surgical Education and Research Committee (SERC) leadership for review and approval before it is sent to the Board.
- A review period of one week each will be allotted to the committee leadership, committee members and the SERC leadership (if applicable). The Board will be allotted a two week review. Authors of manuscripts should factor this review timeline into their plans for publication.
- Any comments that are provided by committee, SERC, or Board Members need to be addressed by the authors to the satisfaction of those members. If conflicts arise, they should be resolved via discussion of involved parties; if unable to resolve conflicts the ASE Executive Committee will review and address.
- The acknowledgment statements, as prescribed below, must be included in the manuscript submission for publication.
- A copy of the published manuscript must be submitted to the ASE office at email@example.com for inclusion in the ASE files.
- Funding acknowledgment including but not limited to the ASE/APDS Collaborative Grant, Visiting Scholar Fellowship, and the MERG Grant (and other grants/awards): This work was supported by the Association for Surgical Education [insert name] Grant. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the Association for Surgical Education (ASE).
- Acknowledgment of work coming from a committee(s) or taskforce(s): This document was reviewed and approved by the [insert name] Committee(s)/Task Force(s) and the Board of Directors of the Association for Surgical Education (ASE).
- Program acknowledgment Funding acknowledgment: This work was supported by the Association for Surgical Education’s Surgical Education Research Fellowship (SERF)/Surgical Education Leadership Fellowship/(Other Programs).