VideoGIE now accepting new article types

With a redesigned website and article types debuting, VideoGIE has relaunched with a fresh look and new opportunities for authors.


The journal’s website underwent a makeover to become more accessible and modern with easier use on mobile devices.

In addition, authors can submit new article types:

  • Original Articles – These submissions should report on endoscopic procedures, remarkable cases, novel devices, new endoscopic technology, management of digestive conditions, or the use of standard equipment in novel ways.
  • Review Articles – Using a comprehensive narrative, authors should review a state-of-the-art endoscopic technique or management strategy for a particular condition. A series of cases and/or graphical illustrations can demonstrate this review. Editors may solicit review articles from recognized experts in the field. High-quality submissions from the medical community also will be considered.
  • Patient Education Articles – These submissions should provide education for patients about aspects of endoscopic procedures. Content can be focused on patient preparation for a procedure, expectations for before or during a procedure, indications for the procedure, explanation of the procedure, potential adverse events, and postprocedural care. Animations or diagrams to simplify explanations, especially for complex procedures, are encouraged.
  • Industry Education Articles – This new article type intends to provide vetted content focusing on education about existing or emerging endoscopic technologies and to allow users and customers to quickly review product use, set-up, and settings. Features of this article type will include tips, tricks, and helpful tweaks demonstrating manufacturer-approved uses and settings for equipment. Animations to simplify complex procedures are encouraged.

Visit the journal website for more details, including information on requirements and templates for the new article types.


The information presented in Endoscopedia reflects the opinions of the authors and does not represent the position of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE). ASGE expressly disclaims any warranties or guarantees, expressed or implied, and is not liable for damages of any kind in connection with the material, information, or procedures set forth.

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