What is Open Access?

Open Access is the free of charge, instant, online availability of research articles, together with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital milieu. It provides unrestricted use and reuse.


Why Open Access?

Over the past few decades, Open Access has turned out to be the central hub to access the advancing interests of researchers, health professionals, academia's, scholars, students, businesses, and the public - as well as librarians. This new freely accessible digital milieu pretense new challenges and offers new medium to share opportunities in the review, and publication of original research results those are exclusively Peer Reviewed by international experts of the similar expertise.


What are the benefits of Open Access?

1. Immediate visibility of scholarly communications, research outputs

2. Access to literature anywhere and everywhere at your fingertips

3. Increased visibility, High readership impact for your publications in Open Access

4. Augmented Education and unrestricted access

5. Global research at your fingertips

 


What is Plagiarism and why is it so important?

Plagiarism is a part of Journalistic ethic where it is considered to be a crime. The act of taking content, writing, statement or an idea that is already published is known as plagiarism. Whenever you consider using any paraphrase, sum up, or take terms, phrases, sentences or statements from another person's work, it is essential to point out the source of the information in your paper with an internal citation.
Notes: Tables and Figures must not be copied even at the cost of internal citations


Self Plagiarism

If you are considering adding your own content of previous publication in the new manuscript, it must be cited and also summarized content is considered and not exact replica statements are considered.


When internal citation is not required?

1. Common knowledge: This is something that is known considered a well-established fact provable in five or more sources.

2. Unique statements/phrases need not have any internal citation


How to prevent Plagiarism

It is always best to follow either Paraphrasing or Summarizing and forget not to take the citation. This will help you overcome plagiarism


How to prevent Plagiarism

Peer review is an essential process in any publications refereeing a mutual process that allows evaluating manuscripts submitted to a journal and commented upon by independent research experts within the similar field of research. The assessment and review generated from peer review present authors with advices to improve their work and, significantly, allows the editor to re evaluate the paper's appropriateness and significance for publication in the journal.
Peer review system at Journal of Clinical and Medical Case Reports is an important aspect in assessing, evaluating the quality, validity, and relevance of scholarly research. We follow double blind peer review process to avoid the conflicts between researchers as well as for neutral assessment of manuscripts based upon the content, validity and originality.


 

Peer review process

Peer review is an essential process in any publications refereeing a mutual process that allows evaluating manuscripts submitted to a journal and commented upon by independent research experts within the similar field of research. The assessment and review generated from peer review present authors with advices to improve their work and, significantly, allows the editor to re evaluate the paper's appropriateness and significance for publication in the journal.

Peer review system at Journal of Clinical and Medical Case Reports is an important aspect in assessing, evaluating the quality, validity, and relevance of scholarly research. We follow double blind peer review process to avoid the conflicts between researchers as well as for neutral assessment of manuscripts based upon the content, validity and originality.

Peer Review Stepwise at JCMCR

1. Manuscripts received by Authors are checked for the missing Contents and assigned for Editor.

2. Simultaneously Author details are removed and assigned to 2 potential reviewers of same expertise the manuscript falls under.

3. Receipt of the Comments and provided to assigned Editor and also sent to the concerned Author for revision after removing the reviewer details.

4. Revision Received is again sent to Editor for final decision upon the Manuscript acceptance/Reject/Re revise


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