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  • Use an JournalsPub platform for manuscript submission: Utilize JournalsPub platform that simplifies the submission process and eliminates the need for specific manuscript requirements.
  • Access to language editing report: Receive a language editing report free of charge at the point of submission to help improve your manuscript before it undergoes peer review.
  • Dedicated editors: Benefit from the expertise of committed and enthusiastic editors who are active in their specific fields and communities.
  • In-depth peer review process: Ensure that all published manuscripts undergo a rigorous peer review process, with the aim of maintaining high standards of quality and integrity.
  • Transparent publication metrics: Enjoy a quick and efficient publication process that provides full transparency on all publishing metrics, such as submission to publication time, acceptance rate, and citation metrics.
  • Open access for wider impact: Opt for open access publication to maximize the impact, reach, and visibility of your research, enabling a wider audience to access and benefit from your work.
  • Services for Authors

    Eligibility, Responsibilities & Benefits


    Authors must meet all four conditions to be listed.

    • Substantial contributions to conception and design, acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data,
    • Drafting the article or revising it critically for important intellectual content,
    • Final approval of the version to be published,
    • Agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved.


  • Review submitted manuscripts.
  • Advise on journal policy and scope.
  • Identify topics for special issues, which your may guest edit
  • Attract new authors and submissions.
  • Promote the journal to your colleagues and peers.
  • Assist the editor(s) in decision-making over issues such as plagiarism claims and submissions.
  • What you Get?

    • Quality and Reputation: JournalsPub publishers uphold high standards of peer review and editorial quality, ensuring that published research meets rigorous academic standards. Publishing with reputable JournalsPub publishers enhances the credibility and visibility of authors' work.
    • Global Reach and Exposure: JournalsPub publishers have extensive distribution networks, reaching researchers, academics, and professionals worldwide. Authors benefit from increased visibility and potential collaboration opportunities within the global research community.
    • Rapid and Efficient Publication Process: JournalsPub publishers prioritize timely publication, ensuring that accepted articles are published promptly. Authors can benefit from faster dissemination of their research and quicker access to their findings.
    • Enhanced Discoverability: JournalsPub publishers employ robust indexing and metadata practices, making articles easily discoverable by search engines, databases, and academic platforms. This improves the visibility and accessibility of authors' work, increasing its potential impact.
    • Global Scholarly Community: By publishing with JournalsPub, authors become part of a vibrant global scholarly community. They gain access to networking opportunities, conferences, workshops, and collaborations with other researchers in their field.
    • Author Support and Services: JournalsPub publishers often provide authors with dedicated support throughout the publication process. This includes assistance with manuscript formatting, language editing, and guidance on copyright and licensing.
    • Metrics and Usage Statistics: JournalsPub publishers provide authors with access to usage statistics, citation metrics, and altmetrics. These insights enable authors to track the impact and reach of their published work.
    • Compliance with Funding Requirements: Many JournalsPub publishers facilitate compliance with funding agencies' open access policies, ensuring that authors can meet the requirements of their research grants.
    • Archiving and Long-Term Preservation: JournalsPub publishers ensure the archiving and long-term preservation of published articles, maintaining their accessibility and integrity for future reference.

    Manuscript Submission

  • Choose the right article type and familiarize yourself with the guidelines: Before starting to write your article, make sure you are well-versed with the guidelines of the type of article you wish to communicate. Visit the journal's website and browse the guidelines, timeline, and other relevant information. Choose the article type that suits your needs and design a checklist of the items that you feel are important.
  • Check if your article falls under the scope of the journal: Ensure that your article falls under the scope of the journal you have chosen. Read and understand the author guidelines carefully, and make sure you're following the ethical standards which prohibit multiple submissions of an article at a time.
  • Communicate with your co-authors: Don't forget to communicate with your co-authors and credit them for their contributions. If you are writing your first article, don't hesitate to ask for help from your supervisor or colleagues.
  • Ensure accuracy and readability: It is crucial that the references in your article lead directly to the same article. Avoid any ambiguous words and check for redundancy. Reading previously published articles can help in constructing a good article. Before submitting, go through the manuscript to make it accurate and readable through language editing.
  • Follow the submission instructions: Online submission and peer review processes are mandatory for all accepted article types in the journal. Follow the instructions for authors carefully before submission. We would appreciate it if you would like to send your comments as a reader of our journal and help us improve.
  • Review the requirements to publish: Before submitting your article, review the requirements to publish, including the focus and scope, article processing charges, and copyright agreement. Ensure that you're on the right page and meet all the necessary requirements to ensure a smooth publication process.
  • Track Your Manuscript

  • Login to your account: To track your manuscripts, you first need to log in to your account on the Manuscript Engine. If you don't have an account yet, you can create one by following the instructions on the website.
  • Access the "Track Your Manuscripts" feature: Once you have logged in, navigate to the "Track Your Manuscripts" section on the website. This feature may be located in different places depending on the journal's website layout, so look for a link or button that says "Track Your Manuscripts" or something similar.
  • Enter your manuscript information: To track your manuscript, you will need to provide some information about it. This typically includes the manuscript ID, which is assigned to your manuscript when you submit it to the journal. You may also need to provide your email address or other identifying information.
  • View the status of your manuscript: Once you have entered the required information, you should be able to view the status of your manuscript. This may include information such as whether it has been received, whether it is under review, or whether it has been accepted for publication.
  • Receive updates on your manuscript: Depending on the journal's policies, you may be able to receive updates on your manuscript via email or through the website's messaging system. This can help you stay informed about the progress of your manuscript and any changes in its status.
  • Take action on your manuscript: If your manuscript requires any action on your part, such as revising it based on reviewer feedback, you should be able to do so through the "Track Your Manuscripts" feature. Follow the instructions provided by the journal to make any necessary changes to your manuscript.
  • Publishing Models

    Authors submitting primary research articles in the JournalsPub field have several options for publishing their research. These options include:

    Traditional Subscription-Based Publishing

    Traditional subscription-based publishing refers to the model where readers are required to pay a subscription fee to access the content of a journal or publication. This model has been the predominant method of publishing in the academic world for many decades.

    In the traditional subscription-based publishing model, publishers often have full control over the production, distribution, and marketing of the journal. They typically have editorial boards that oversee the peer-review process and ensure that the published content meets the standards of the field. The publisher also retains the copyright ownership of the published work.

    Open Access Publishing

    Open access publishing refers to a publishing model where research articles are made freely available to readers without paywalls or subscription fees. This allows anyone with an internet connection to access and read the research, regardless of their institutional affiliation or ability to pay.

    Open access publishing has become increasingly popular in recent years as a means of promoting knowledge sharing and accessibility to scientific research. It also aligns with the principles of open science, which emphasize transparency, collaboration, and the free flow of information.

    Hybrid publishing

    Hybrid publishing is a publishing model that combines traditional subscription-based publishing with open access publishing. This model allows authors to choose whether they want to make their articles freely available to readers by paying an article processing fee.

    In hybrid publishing, a journal still operates primarily on a subscription-based model, where readers must pay a fee to access the journal's content. However, authors can choose to make their article open access by paying an additional fee, which allows their article to be freely accessible to anyone with an internet connection.

    Transformative publishing

    Article sharing is an important aspect of scientific communication that allows researchers to disseminate their findings to a wider audience. It also enables collaboration and further research in the same field. At the same time, article sharing must be done in an ethical and responsible manner. In this section, we will discuss the guidelines for article sharing.

    Article Sharing

    Article sharing is an important aspect of scientific communication that allows researchers to disseminate their findings to a wider audience. It also enables collaboration and further research in the same field. At the same time, article sharing must be done in an ethical and responsible manner. In this section, we will discuss the guidelines for article sharing.

    • Sharing Options

    • Open Access Option

    • Article Promotion

    • Share on social media: Share your article on your personal and professional social media accounts, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and ResearchGate. Be sure to use relevant hashtags and tag any co-authors, institutions, or organizations that may be interested in your research.
    • Share with colleagues: Share your article with colleagues in your field who may be interested in your research. You can do this by emailing them a copy of the article or by sharing the link to the article with them.
    • Share with the press: If your research has potential implications for the wider public, consider reaching out to journalists or media outlets to share your findings. This can help increase the visibility of your research and its impact.
    • Create a blog post: Writing a blog post about your research can help make it more accessible to a wider audience. You can post the blog on your own website or on a popular science blog in your field.
    • Present at conferences: Presenting your research at conferences is a great way to get feedback on your work and to make connections with other researchers in your field. It can also help increase the visibility of your research.
    • Use altmetrics: Altmetrics are metrics that measure the impact of your research online, including social media shares, blog posts, and media coverage. You can use altmetrics to track the reach and impact of your research.

    Remember, it is important to follow copyright and licensing agreements when sharing and promoting your research. Be sure to check the policies of the journal and any other organizations involved in the publication of your article.

    Article processing Charges

    Article Processing Charges are fees that some journals charge authors to cover the cost of publishing their articles. These fees can vary widely depending on the journal, and may be charged for various services such as peer review, copyediting, and formatting.

    You can find resources below that provides detailed article processing charges (APCs) along with an explanation of what these encompass, as well as information on our waiver policies.

    Open Access Licenses

    Open access licenses are a set of terms and conditions that allow for the dissemination and use of research articles without the need for permission from the copyright holder. The use of open access licenses enables authors to retain more control over their work while also promoting wider dissemination and use of their research.

    • Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY): This license allows others to distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon the author's work, even commercially, as long as they credit the author for the original creation. This license is recommended for maximum dissemination and use of licensed materials.
    • Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC): This license allows others to distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon the author's work, but not for commercial purposes. They must also credit the author for the original creation.
    • Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (CC BY-NC-ND): This license allows others to download and share the author's work, but they cannot change them in any way or use them commercially. They must also credit the author for the original creation.
    • Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA): This license allows others to distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon the author's work, even commercially, as long as they credit the author for the original creation and license any new creations under the same terms.
    • Public Domain Dedication (CC0): This license allows authors to waive all copyrights and related rights to their work to the fullest extent allowed by law.
    • Benefits of Open Access Licenses: Applying an open access license to your work provides several benefits. It ensures that your work can be easily accessed and shared, which can lead to greater exposure and impact. It also allows for others to build upon and reuse your work, which can lead to new collaborations and discoveries. Additionally, applying an open access license can increase the visibility and credibility of your work.
    • Responsibility of Authors: Authors have a responsibility to ensure that they have the necessary rights and permissions to apply an open access license to their work. This includes obtaining permission from co-authors and any funding agencies that may have supported the research. Authors should also be aware of any restrictions or requirements that may apply to the use of third-party materials included in their work.
    • Attribution and Citation: Open access licenses require proper attribution and citation of the original work. Authors should provide clear and accurate information about the source of the work, including any licenses or terms of use. They should also encourage others to properly cite and attribute their work when using or building upon it.
    • Reuse and Adaptation: Open access licenses allow for the reuse and adaptation of works in ways that traditional copyright restrictions do not. This can include translation, adaptation, and incorporation into other works. Authors should be aware of the potential for their work to be reused or adapted, and should consider how this may impact their own research or future publications.

    Links to learn more about open access licenses:

    Plagiarism Policy

    Plagiarism is the act of using someone else's work or ideas without proper attribution or permission. It is a serious ethical violation and can result in severe consequences for both the author and the journal. Therefore, it is important to have a clear plagiarism policy in place.

    • Consequences of plagiarism: The consequences of plagiarism can be severe and may vary depending on the severity and frequency of the offense, as well as the policies of the institution or publisher.
    • In academia, plagiarism can result in a range of consequences, including:
    • Rejection of the manuscript
    • Retraction of the published article
    • Loss of credibility and reputation in the academic or publishing community
    • Being barred from submitting to the publisher in the future
    • Legal action, especially if the plagiarism involves copyright infringement
    • In publishing, consequences may include:
    • Rejection of the manuscript
    • Retraction of the published article
    • Loss of credibility and reputation in the academic or publishing community
    • Being barred from submitting to the publisher in the future
    • Legal action, especially if the plagiarism involves copyright infringement

    It is important for authors to take plagiarism seriously and to take steps to avoid it, such as properly citing sources and using plagiarism detection software.

    • Detection of plagiarism: Plagiarism can be detected using a variety of methods and tools, including:
    • Manual detection: Editors or reviewers can identify plagiarism by comparing the submitted manuscript to previously published works or by using their own knowledge of the field to spot similarities in language or content.
    • Plagiarism detection software: Many publishers and institutions use software programs that compare the submitted manuscript to a large database of published works and other sources to identify similarities and potential instances of plagiarism. Examples of such software include Quetext.
    • Peer review: The peer review process is designed to identify plagiarism and other ethical violations. Reviewers are expected to thoroughly evaluate the manuscript and identify any potential issues, including plagiarism.
    • Self-checking: Authors can use plagiarism detection software or online tools to check their own work before submitting it. Examples of such tools include Grammarly, Copyscape, and Quetext.
    • Only manuscripts with less than 10% plagiarised content will be accepted, as the following UGC Guideline.
    • Responsibilities of authors: Authors have several responsibilities when submitting a manuscript for publication, including:
    • Originality: Authors must ensure that their work is original and has not been published elsewhere or submitted to multiple publishers at the same time.
    • Proper citation: Authors must give credit to all sources of information used in their work, including previous publications and personal communications.
    • Accuracy: Authors must ensure that their work is accurate and based on reliable sources of information.
    • Ethical considerations: Authors must adhere to ethical guidelines in their research, such as obtaining informed consent and maintaining confidentiality.
    • Clarity: Authors must present their work in a clear and concise manner, with proper organization and formatting.
    • Response to feedback: Authors should respond appropriately to feedback from editors and reviewers, addressing any issues raised and making necessary revisions.
    • Timeliness: Authors should submit their work within the specified timeframe and respond to any requests for information or revisions in a timely manner.
    • Funding disclosure: Authors must disclose any funding or financial support received for their research and any potential conflicts of interest.
    • Copyright compliance: Authors must comply with copyright laws and obtain permission to use any copyrighted material in their work.
    • Reporting of plagiarism
    • Notify the publisher or editor: If plagiarism is suspected in a published article, the publisher or editor of the journal should be notified immediately. They may initiate an investigation and take appropriate action, such as retracting the article.
    • Contact the author: If plagiarism is suspected in a manuscript that has not yet been published, the author should be contacted and given the opportunity to address the concerns raised. If the author fails to respond or does not adequately address the concerns, the manuscript may be rejected.
    • Gather evidence: It is important to gather evidence of the plagiarism, such as examples of copied text or improper citation. This evidence can be used to support any action taken against the author.
    • Follow established procedures: Many journals and publishers have established procedures for handling allegations of plagiarism. These procedures should be followed carefully to ensure that the issue is addressed appropriately and fairly.
    • Consult legal counsel: In some cases, plagiarism may constitute a legal violation. If this is the case, legal counsel should be consulted to determine the appropriate course of action.
    • Prevention of plagiarism
    • Use plagiarism detection tools: Many online tools are available to help detect instances of plagiarism. These tools can be used to check papers and manuscripts for originality and ensure that all sources are properly cited.
    • Use proper citation and referencing: It is important to properly cite all sources used in research and writing. This includes using appropriate citation styles and including a reference list or bibliography at the end of the paper or manuscript.
    • Paraphrase effectively: If you use information from a source, it is important to paraphrase it effectively rather than copying it directly. This involves restating the information in your own words and citing the source.
    • Plan ahead and manage time: Plagiarism can often result from a lack of time management or planning. By setting realistic deadlines and breaking down tasks, you can avoid the temptation to copy from other sources.
    • Use original research: Using original research and data can help ensure that your work is unique and not plagiarized. This can involve conducting your own experiments, surveys, or other forms of research.
    • Seek guidance and feedback: Seek guidance from instructors, supervisors, or colleagues to ensure that you are meeting ethical standards and properly citing sources. Feedback can also help identify areas where plagiarism may be present and how to prevent it in the future.

    Peer review overview

    Peer review is an essential process in scholarly publishing that ensures the quality, validity, and credibility of published research. The process of peer review involves evaluation of a submitted manuscript by experts in the same field to ensure that it meets the required standards of quality and rigor.

    The peer review process is initiated when an author submits their manuscript to a journal for publication. The manuscript is then evaluated by the editor of the journal to ensure that it meets the scope and focus of the journal. If the manuscript is deemed suitable for the journal, it is then sent out to at least two experts in the same field for peer review.

    The peer reviewers assess the manuscript for its scientific rigor, accuracy, novelty, and significance. They provide feedback to the editor on the strengths and weaknesses of the manuscript, and make recommendations on whether the manuscript should be accepted, rejected, or revised.

    Ethical Publication

    Ethical publishing is a cornerstone of responsible scientific research and an essential part of the scholarly publishing process. It is the responsibility of the authors, reviewers, editors, and publishers to ensure that the research they conduct or publish upholds the highest ethical standards. Here are some of the ethical considerations that are important for authors to keep in mind when submitting their work for publication.

    • Research conduct: Authors must ensure that their research has been conducted in accordance with ethical standards and guidelines. This includes obtaining necessary permissions, adhering to applicable laws and regulations, and obtaining informed consent from study participants.
    • Authorship of the paper: All authors must have made a significant contribution to the research and agree to be listed as authors on the paper. They should also ensure that the paper accurately represents their work and that they have not engaged in any misconduct, such as plagiarism or data fabrication.
    • Plagiarism: Authors should ensure that they have properly cited all sources of information used in their research and writing. They should not engage in plagiarism, which includes copying or paraphrasing another author's work without proper attribution.
    • Data access and retention: Authors should ensure that they have retained all data and records related to their research and that they are willing to provide access to these materials upon request.
    • Multiple, redundant or concurrent publication: Authors should not submit the same research to multiple journals or publish redundant or concurrent publications. This can lead to self-plagiarism and is considered unethical.
    • Acknowledgement of sources: Authors should acknowledge all sources of funding, data, and other support that contributed to their research. They should also properly cite any previous work that has informed their research.
    • Disclosure and conflicts of interest: Authors should disclose any conflicts of interest that may have influenced their research or its interpretation. This includes financial or personal relationships with individuals or organizations that may have a stake in the research.
    • Fundamental errors in published works: If authors become aware of any errors in their published work, they should promptly notify the journal and work to correct the error.
    • Reporting standards: Authors should follow established reporting standards and guidelines for their field of research, such as the CONSORT guidelines for clinical trials or the PRISMA guidelines for systematic reviews
    • Hazards and human or animal subjects: Authors should ensure that their research does not pose any risks to human or animal subjects. They should also follow established guidelines for the ethical treatment of human or animal subjects.
    • Use of patient images or case details: Authors should obtain informed consent from patients before using their images or personal information in their research or publication. They should also ensure that patient anonymity is maintained.

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