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How to avoid duplicate journal publication and simultaneous submission

Medical Journal Articles: How to avoid Duplicate Publication and Simultaneous Submission?

For an honest and scholarly scientific research, you must follow the ethics of research and good publication practices. All the reputed journals expect the authors to know and comply with the ethics in publication. Here, in this post, we discuss the two common and unethical publishing practices – duplicate publication and simultaneous submission, and how to avoid them with your manuscript. 1) Duplicate Publication What is it? When you publish a new paper similar to a published paper by a
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Why revise your Manuscript before submitting to the Medical editor?

Why Revise your Manuscript before Submitting to the Medical Editor?

Imagine! You are a young scientist working on an interesting and trending topic of the year. You have discovered something awesome, something very significant. And now, you wish to publish your work so that the world comes to know about your discovery. But, most of the journals have rejected your article. How will you feel? The first thought strikes your mind, “I had submitted my manuscript to the reputed medical editor. So, why didn’t they recognise and encourage the worth of my pa
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5 Common Errors that Lead to the Rejection of a Manuscript

5 Common Errors that Lead to the Rejection of a Manuscript

You have written your research manuscript with diligence, and now, you are ready to submit it for publication. You are worried if it gets rejected. This is common with novice research scientists. However, if you know what makes the journal editors reject your manuscript, you can take care of such errors before submission. So, here’s a glimpse of the common errors that can lead to the rejection of your manuscript: 1) Selection of a wrong journal The foremost reason your manuscript gets re
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Dos and Don’ts when submitting your research paper

Dos and Don’ts when Submitting your Research Paper

Do you think journal publication is an easy process? You write a research paper, submit it to the journal office and Voila! The editors will publish your paper. If you think so, you are mistaken. Submitting your paper for publication in your desired journal can be tedious as many things need to be taken care of. Therefore, we are here to make your journal publication easy and successful through our publication support services experts. By keeping in mind a checklist of do’s and don’
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Tips for Writing an Effective Case Report

5 Tips for Writing an Effective Case Report

In medicine, a case report is a detailed report of the signs, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient. It describes an unexpected presentation of an illness. Writing a case report is an integral part of scientific writing because: It proposes a new hypothesis in Medical Science Shares new and rare clinical observations that can be the focus of a larger clinical study Helps to publicize information about a rare disease However, as a novice author, y
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What do Peer Reviewers look for in your Manuscript

What do Peer Reviewers look for in your Manuscript?

A peer reviewer is an expert in Science who scrutinises your research manuscript. Though the peer review process takes up most of your time in journal publication, it’s worth it. It’s only the peer reviewer who ensures the manuscript is easy to comprehend, valid and reliable, has no gap areas, and is significant in research. A peer reviewer is your trustworthy and reliable companion for publication in a medical journal. But what he searches for in your medical journal article? Every peer
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How to Publish your Paper

How to Publish your Research Paper in just 7 Steps?

You have drafted your research paper and are ready to submit to the journal for publication. But, wait! Before you submit, ensure you have followed these 7 steps to publish your paper successfully. HANDPICKED RELATED CONTENT:  Can the Peer Review Process Be Your Publication Support? 5 Unethical Practices to Avoid While Publishing Your Research
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Publication Support Services

Can the Peer Review Process Be Your Publication Support?

After you submit your paper for publication, it undergoes initial screening by the editorial staff of the journal followed by a peer review. Peer review is the process of reviewing and scrutinising your research paper by an expert in the same field. It serves two purposes. Firstly, it determines the scope and originality of the study and thus, acts as a filter to ensure publication of high-quality research. Secondly, it improves the quality of the research manuscripts. Reviewers provide va
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5 Easy Tips for Responding to the Comments by Peer Reviewers

5 Easy Tips for Responding to the Comments by Peer Reviewers

Once you submit your research paper to the journal of your choice, you have to wait for months to hear the final decision from the journal editor. It is so because your manuscript undergoes initial screening by the journal editor followed by the advanced scrutiny by a peer reviewer. Peer reviewers are essentially experts in their field of study. They improve the quality of your medical manuscript through their comments. As an author, you pray that your manuscript gets accepted. You don't feel
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