Monthly Archives: August 2013

Ten things you need to know about the publishing process

1. Getting a paper published is a collaboration If there is one point that I’d most like you take away from this talk, it’s that the process of getting a paper published is a collaboration among authors, reviewers and editors.

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Posted in Impact Factor, Journal article, Journal Selection, Review article, Scientific editing, Scientific writing

8 reasons why journal accepts your article

It’s the responsibility of every editor-in-chief to maintain and develop their journal’s profile and reputation. The editor also has the final responsibility for content, ensuring that it meets the aims and scope of the journal and reflects changes in the

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Posted in Case report, Journal article, Journal Selection, Scientific editing, Writing

Eight reasons why journal rejects your article

When a manuscript is submitted to a high-quality scholarly journal, it goes through intense scrutiny  — even before it’s seen by the editor-in-chief and selected for peer review. A journal editor reveals the top reasons so many manuscripts don’t make it

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Posted in Impact Factor, Journal article, Journal Selection, Scientific editing, Scientific writing

How to write a case report?

Research has become an integral part of medical careers. A case report is a way of communicating information to the medical world about a rare or unreported feature, condition, complication, or intervention by publishing it in a medical journal. When to start?

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Posted in Editing, Formatting, Journal Selection, Manuscript format, Scientific editing
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