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Brief instructions for authors for Edorium Journals are given below. These instructions apply to all Edorium Journals. For instructions specific to any journal please visit the journal's website here.

TERMS OF SUBMISSION

Authors are strongly encouraged to review the entire 'Instructions for Authors' for respective journal before submitting a manuscript to any Edorium Journals, to ensure that the manuscript is properly prepared and formatted. If the manuscript is not prepared according to the Instructions for Authors, it will be returned to the authors for revision before being sent for editorial review.
All manuscripts submitted for publication must be prepared in accordance with the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals (International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals. Ann Intern Med 1997;126:36-47).
Manuscripts are considered for publication with the understanding that they have not been published previously, they have not been accepted for publication and are not currently under consideration for publication by another publisher in print or electronic medium (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture, review or thesis).
All submissions must be made by the corresponding author only.
The submitting/corresponding author must ensure that all co-authors have given approval for publication of the manuscript.
It is the corresponding author's responsibility to keep all co-authors informed of the manuscript status during review and publication process.
The manuscripts are considered as officially submitted to the Editorial Office, only after a manuscript ID has been assigned. The manuscript ID will be emailed to the corresponding author within 24 hours of manuscript submission, after the manuscript has undergone technical check.
By submitting the manuscript to Edorium Journals, authors agree that, if necessary, Edorium Journals can edit the manuscript to improve the flow and language without altering the facts of the study.

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HOW TO SUBMIT MANUSCRIPTS

Manuscripts can be submitted to any journal published by Edorium™  from:

Edorium Journals's website (where you are currently reading this page) Respective journal's website (Click here to see list of all journals and important links to their websites)

Manuscript can be submitted to Edorium Journals in two ways:

  • Online submission from the website.
  • As an email with attached manuscript files.

Every submission must be accompanied by two essential files - COVER LETTER and MANUSCRIPT TEXT FILE

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MANUSCRIPT TEMPLATES

We strongly encourage you to download the templates for Cover Letter, Review Article, Original Article, Short Report, Rapid Communication, Case Series, Case Reports, Case in Images, Clinical Images and Letter to Editors and use them to prepare your manuscript.

Click to download the templates and save it to your hard drive. Double click the template to open it.

Every submission must be accompanied by two essential files - COVER LETTER and MANUSCRIPT TEXT FILE.

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STYLE AND LANGUAGE

Edorium Journals accept manuscripts written in English language. Manuscripts with errors in language will be returned to the authors for corrections before sending them for editorial review.

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TYPE OF MANUSCRIPTS


The following types of manuscripts are published in Edorium Journals:

  • Review Articles
  • Original Articles
  • Short Reports
  • Rapid Communication
  • Case Series
  • Case in Images
  • Case Reports
  • Clinical Images
  • Letter to Editors

For specific instructions, for each category of articles, about number of authors, word count, tables, images, references please see the respective journals here.

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Announcements

Edorium Journals publishes announcements of conferences, meetings, seminars, symposia, courses, and other items. The announcements should be less than 100 words. They must be accompanied by name, address and email of a contact person.

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Manuscript Organization

  • Organize the manuscript as given below, in order:
    • Title page
    • Structured abstract
    • 3-5 keywords
    • Manuscript text
    • Conflict of Interest Statement
    • Author contribution
    • Acknowledgements
    • References
    • Illustrations
    • Tables
    • Graphs
    • Figure legends
  • First page of the manuscript is title page
  • Second page of the manuscript is abstract page
  • Start main text of the manuscript on a page separate from the abstract page.
  • Use a normal, plain font for text (e.g. 12-14 point Times New Roman/Arial).
  • Manuscripts should be double-spaced.
  • There should be at least one inch margin all around the text.
  • Number all the pages consecutively, starting from the title page.
  • Use hard returns at the end of paragraphs, do not use an extra hard return after each line.
  • Do not use abbreviations in the title or abstract.

Every submission must be accompanied by two essential files - COVER LETTER and MANUSCRIPT TEXT FILE.

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COVER LETTER

A COVER LETTER is essential and must be submitted with the manuscript.

Include the following in the Cover Letter:

  • Section to which the manuscript is being submitted e.g. Review Article, Original Article, Case Report etc.
  • State in the letter that:
    • you wish to submit the manuscript for consideration for publication in: ADD NAME OF THE JOURNAL;
    • the manuscript is being submitted by the corresponding author on behalf of all authors;
    • it presents the original work of the authors;
    • identical or similar work has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere;
    • all the authors made significant contribution to the study; and
    • all the authors have read and approved the final version of the manuscript.
  • Include in the cover letter - the full name, affiliation, academic degree(s) and email addresses of all authors.
  • The covering letter should be signed by the corresponding author on behalf of all authors.
  • The name of the corresponding author with contact address, contact phone number, email and fax number (if available) must be clearly listed.

We encourage you to use the Cover Letter Template for drafting your cover letter. You can replace the dummy text in red font with your manuscript details.

Click here to download the Cover Letter Template.

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MANUSCRIPT TEXT FILE

Provide single document which includes the Title Page and manuscript text. Do not embed the figures in the manuscript text file.

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Title page

The first page of the manuscript the 'Title Page' should include the following:

  • Type of manuscript (Review Article, Original Article, Short Report, Case Series, Case Report, Letter to Editors)
  • Title of manuscript (No abbreviations in the title)
  • First Name and Surname of all authors
  • Highest academic qualification (e.g. M.D.)
  • Academic position in the department
  • Author affiliations (department, institution, city, state, country). Link author names to respective institutions by using upper case Arabic numerals.
  • Name of corresponding author with contact address, contact phone number, email and fax number
  • Include the statement - "Guarantor of Submission - The corresponding author is the Guarantor of Submission"
  • The corresponding author is considered the guarantor for the integrity of the manuscript as a whole. If authors want to designate anyone other than the corresponding author as the guarantor of submission, mention his/her name on the title page with contact address, contact phone number, email and fax number.

  • Short running title of the manuscript (less than 40 characters).

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Summary (Optional)

This section of the manuscript is optional. It is up to the author(s) to decide whether to include this section in the manuscript.

"Summary" of your work is a short description of the work being presented in your article. It is longer than the "Abstract" which is limited to 250 words for all types of articles. After reading the "Summary" a reader should be able to understand the background information, why the work is being reported, what the significant results are and what may be the explanation for the results.

Although writing an additional section in the form of "Summary" of your work may seem like and extra burden on your time and resources, it will be an important part of your manuscript. "Summary" section will be very relevant for articles which are highly technical. The "Summary" section will help the readers in understanding the results of your study. This will benefit you, as your article will be read by a much larger number of readers which will further increase its impact in literature and it will benefit the readers by giving cutting edge information in easy to understand manner.

Please take care of the following when writing the "Summary" section of your manuscript:

  • "Summary" section of the manuscript is optional.
  • "Summary" should start on a separate page after the Title Page.
  • The recommended word limit for "Summary" is as given below:
    • Review articles - 800 words (2 pages)
    • Original Articles - 800 words (2 pages)
    • Short Reports - 800 words (2 pages)
    • Rapid Communication - 800 words (2 pages)
    • Case Series - 400 words (1 pages)
    • Case Reports - 400 words (1 pages)
    • Clinical Images - "Summary" not required
    • Letter to the Editors - "Summary" not required"
  • When writing the "Summary" use as simple and as non-technical language as possible. Write the "Summary" as if you are explaining your study to a first year graduate student.
  • Do not repeat or copy text verbatim from the main text of your manuscript. "Summary" will probably be the most important and most widely read part of your manuscript. Write it fresh as a separate section.
  • In the "Summary" give: 1) relevant background information, 2) why the work was done, 3) what were the significant results, 4) possible explanation of the results.
  • Only give the significant results of your study and give their possible explanation.
  • Do not compare your results to other studies.
  • Do not give references in the "Summary" section. First reference should start in main text of your manuscript from the "Introduction" section.

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Abstract

Abstract should start on a new page after the Title Page. The abstract must not exceed 250 words for any type of article.

Structure the abstract as given below:

  • Review Article - Introduction, Objective, Discussion, Conclusion (less than 250 words)
  • Original Articles - Introduction, Aims, Methods, Results, Conclusion (less than 250 words)
  • Short Reports - Introduction, Aims, Methods, Results, Conclusion (less than 250 words)
  • Case Series - Introduction, Case Report, Discussion, Conclusion (less than 250 words)
  • Case Reports - Introduction, Case Report, Discussion, Conclusion (less than 250 words)
  • Letters to Editors - Abstract not required

The sections in the abstract should briefly describe objectives of the study, the procedures followed, the main findings with statistical significance and the main conclusions.

Provide 3 to 5 keywords below the abstract, which will be used for indexing purposes.
Do not list anything in the abstract that is not in the manuscript.
Do not include references in abstract.

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Introduction

  • In this section give a brief background of the topic and work done in the past. clearly state the purpose of the study or experiment and summarize the rationale for the study or observation.

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Materials and Methods

  • Give here only the information included in the plan or protocol of the study, before the data collection or patient recruitment was started. Any information or data collected during the study period should be presented in the Results section.
  • Describe the criteria used for selecting observational or experimental subjects. Give the number of subjects in each study group with details about randomization. Describe the methods used for blinding of observations.
  • Identify the methods, apparatus, equipment, reagents, and procedures used in sufficient detail to allow other colleagues to reproduce the results. When a reagent, an apparatus or any equipment is mentioned for the first time in the text, provide in parenthesis the model name or number, manufacturer's name and location. Identify precisely all drugs and chemicals used, including generic name(s), dose(s) and route(s) of administration.
  • Avoid any details which might identify the patient(s) unless absolutely necessary. If identification of patient(s) is unavoidable, informed consent must be obtained from the patient and submitted to the Editorial Office.

Reporting Guidelines for Specific Study Designs

InitiativeType of studySource
CONSORTRandomized controlled trialshttp://localhost/consort-statement.org
STARDStudies of diagnostic accuracyhttp://localhost/stard-statement.org
QUOROMSystematic reviews and meta-analyseshttp://localhost/consort-statement.org/mod_product/uploads/QUOROM Statement 1999.pdf
STROBEObservational studies in epidemiologyhttp://localhost/strobe-statement.org
MOOSEMeta-analyses of observational studies in epidemiology http://localhost/consort-statement.org/mod_product/uploads/MOOSE Statement 2000.pdf

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Statistical Analysis

  • Put in a separate paragraph, in the Materials and Methods section, a general description of the statistical methods used.
  • For all P values include the exact value and not less than 0.05 or 0.001.
  • Specify any software/computer program used for analyzing data.

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Results

  • Present the results in logical sequence using text, tables, illustrations and graphs.
  • Do not repeat in the text any data presented in tables and/or illustrations.
  • Present the numeric data both as the absolute numbers and as derivatives (e.g. percentages) and specify the statistical methods used to analyze them.
  • Use graphs as an alternative to tables with many entries.

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Discussion

  • Include a summary of key findings in the first paragraph of 'Discussion' section.
  • Give a comprehensive review of literature.
  • Emphasize the new and important aspects of the study and the conclusions that follow from them.
  • Give the strengths and limitations of the study (study question, study design, data collection, analysis and interpretation).
  • Avoid making statements on economic benefits and costs unless their manuscript includes economic data and analyses.

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Conclusions

Conclusion should highlight the main points learnt from the case in a short paragraph of 3-4 sentences.

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For Case Series and Case Reports only

  • In the 'Case Report' section in both type of manuscripts, give all the relevant details about the case(s).
  • Describe the patient's present and past medical history; presenting symptoms and signs; results of laboratory tests, description of any treatment or intervention and current follow-up.
  • Illustrate the case with figures and tables.

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List of abbreviations

If abbreviations are used in the text, either they should be defined in the text when first used or a list of abbreviations can be provided before the references.

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Conflict of Interest

  • All authors must disclose any conflict of interest they may have with an institution or product that is mentioned in the manuscript or a competing product to the one mentioned in the manuscript and/or is important to the outcome of the study presented.
  • All funding sources supporting the work, and institutional or corporate affiliations of the author(s), should be acknowledged here.
  • All conflict of interests will be listed at the end of the published article. If the author(s) gives no conflict of interests, the following sentence will be used - 'The authors declare no conflict of interests'.

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Author's contribution

  • The individual contribution of all the authors to the work described in the manuscript will be published with the article.
  • Once the manuscript is submitted, the order of authors cannot be changed without written consent from all the authors.
  • All contributors who do not meet the criteria for authorship should be listed in the acknowledgements section.

Click here to know about how to assign authorship creadits:

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Acknowledgements

In this section acknowledge anyone who contributed towards the study by making contributions like arranging for funds, general supervision, contribution of materials essential for the study or technical assistance.

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References

Authors of the manuscript are responsible for the accuracy of references.

  • All references in text, tables, and legends must be identified by consecutive Arabic numerals in square brackets, listed before the closing punctuation mark. E.g. [1] or [1,2] or [1-4] or [1-4,6] or [1,2,5-7] or [1,4-5,8,11-16]
  • Place the references immediately after the author name or if author name is not included in the sentence, at the end of the sentence before the punctuation mark.
  • In the 'Reference' section, number each reference consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text (not in alphabetic order).
  • List all authors up to six; if more than six, list the first three followed by 'et al.'
  • References must follow the general arrangement and punctuation outlined in International Committee of Medical Journal Editors Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals. Ann Intern Med, 1988;108:258-265 or Br Med J. 1988;296:401-405.

The general format of the references is:
Author Surname followed by Initials. Article title. Abbreviated journal name year;volume(number):inclusive page numbers.
No space between - year;volume(number):inclusive page numbers.

Example of reference style are shown below.

Article within a journal
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3(4):19-22.

Web Links
Include the website name followed by the full URL:

Online-only Articles (No page numbers)
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images [serial online] 2012; vol 3, no. 4. Available at: localhost/ijcasereportsandimages.com/archive/2012/004-2012-ijcri/005-04-2012-winter/ijcri-00504201255-winter-full-text.php. Accessed June 22, 2010.

Volume with supplement
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3Suppl 1:19-22.

Issue with supplement
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3(4,Suppl 3):19-22.

Organization as author:
Edorium Journals Group. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3(4):196-98.

Both personal authors and an organization as author:
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N; for EDorium Journals Study Group. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3(4):298-306.

Volume with no issue:
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3:19-22.

Issue with no volume:
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;(4):19-22.

No volume or issue:
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012:19-22.

Article published electronically ahead of the print:
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3(4):19-22. Epub 2012 Jan 6

Article in other language
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma (In French). International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3(4):19-22.

Article in other language with English abstract
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma (In French with English abstract). International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3(4):19-22.

>In press article
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. International Journal of Case Reports and Images, In press.

Published abstract
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J, Vishwanath D, Inston N. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma [abstract]. International Journal of Case Reports and Images 2012;3(4):s261.

Article within conference proceedings
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. In proceedings of the First Edorium Journals International Conference: 21-24 July 2011; New York. Edited by H. Winter: Edorium Journals;2012:210-14.

Conference proceedings:
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome in a patient with renal cell carcinoma. In proceedings of the First Edorium Journals International Conference: 21-24 July 2011; New York, USA. London: Edorium JOurnals; 2012

Book
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J. Primary hyperparathyroidism diagnosis and management, 3ed. New York: Edorium Journals; 2012. p. 26-31.

Book chapter
Winter H, Field M, McDaid J. Primary hyperparathyroidism presenting as paraneoplastic syndrome. In: Vishwanath D, Inston N editors. Endocrinology Management 3ed. New York: Edorium Journals; 2012. p. 26-31.

Disclaimer: The references and names given in the above examples have been used only for the purpose of illustrating the method of writing the references, before submitting the manuscript for publication to Edorium Journals. The references may not be accurate citations of any published article. To see the accurate citation for any article/author please see the respective journal article(s).

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Tables

  • Tables should be provided before figure legends.
  • The table numbers should be cited at the relevant places in the text in parenthesis after the punctuation mark. E.g. (Table 1) or (Tables 1-4) or (Tables 1, 4, 6-8).
  • Each table should appear on a separate page.
  • A title for every table which summarizes the whole table must be given above the table.
  • Place explanations, comments and full form of non-standard abbreviations in footnotes below each table.
  • For footnotes use superscript lower case letters.

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Illustration

  • Illustrations include figures, photomicrographs and photographs.
  • The following file formats are accepted for illustrations: JPG, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, BMP, GIF, PowerPoint
  • Figure files should have a minimum resolution of 300 pixels per inch (ppi) if in color or halftone, or 1200 ppi if as line art. Digital scanned line drawings should have a minimum resolution of 800 dpi. Digital color files must be saved using CMYK or RGB mode.
  • Mention the figure numbers in the text at the appropriate places in parenthesis after punctuation marks. E.g. (Figure 1) or (Figures 1A, 2) or (Figures 1A, 1C, 3-4) or (Figures 1-3) or (Figures 1, 4-6)
  • Do not include images in the main manuscript text file. All figures should be provided as separate files.
  • Include colored figures wherever possible.
  • The file name should include the figure number. Label file names as: Figure 1, Figure 2 etc.
  • The legends should be included in the manuscript text file immediately following the tables.
  • Give a good description of the figures. When arrows, symbols or letters are used to identify parts of a figure, identify and explain each one in the legend. Give the magnification and identify the method of staining in photomicrographs.
  • If any person is identifiable in a photograph, written permission must be taken form the subjects(s). Please submit a copy of the permission letter at the time of submitting the Author Agreement Form.

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ETHICS

  • When reporting experiments on human subjects, indicate whether the procedures followed were in accordance with the ethical standards given in the Declaration of Helsinki of 1975, as revised in 2000 (available at: http://localhost/wma.net/en/30publications/10policies/b3/index.html).
  • The manuscript should contain a statement that the work has been approved by the appropriate ethical committees related to the institution(s) in which it was performed and that subjects gave informed consent to the work.
  • Studies involving experiments with animals must state that their care was in accordance with institution's or national research council's guidelines for, or any national law on the care and use of laboratory animals. Animal experimental procedures should be as humane as possible and the details of anesthetics and analgesics used should be clearly stated.
  • Evidence for approval by a local Ethics Committee (for both human as well as animal studies) must be supplied by the authors on demand.

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REGISTRATION OF CLINICAL TRIALS

  • Edorium Journals has adopted the proposal from the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) which requires, registration of clinical trials in a public trials registry, as a condition of consideration for publication of an article in .
  • Trials must register at or before the onset of patient enrollment. The clinical trial registration number should be included at the end of the abstract of the article.
  • For this purpose, a clinical trial is defined as any research study that prospectively assigns human participants or groups of humans to one or more health-related interventions to evaluate the effects of health outcomes.
  • Health-related interventions include any intervention used to modify a biomedical or health-related outcome.
  • Health outcomes include any biomedical or health-related measures obtained in patients or participants, including pharmacokinetic measures and adverse events.
  • Purely observational studies (those in which the assignment of the medical intervention is not at the discretion of the investigator) will not require registration. Further information can be found at localhost/icmje.org.

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FORMS TO BE SUBMITTED

  • Author Agreement Form (Required)
  • Patients Consent to Publish Identifying Information (Required if any identifying information is included in text or figures)
  • Permission to Reproduce Published Material (Required if any previously published material is used in the manuscript)

All the forms can be submitted to the Editorial Office either as scanned images (e.g. JPG or JPEG format) or as PDF files.
Please see the instructions for authors of respective journals about how to submit the forms to the Editorial Office

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AUTHOR AGREEMENT FORM

Authors retain the copyright of their work for all articles published in any journal by Edorium Journals.

After acceptance of the manuscript, it is necessary that the corresponding author, on behalf of all authors, signs and submits a Author Agreement Form. The manuscript cannot be published until a completed form is received by the Editorial Office.

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CONSENT FOR IDENTIFYING INFORMATION

If you want to include any information like photograph, name, address, etc, in any part of the manuscript by which the identity of patient can be revealed; you must obtain written, informed consent from the patient and submit a copy of the document to the Editorial Office.
Corresponding author will have to sign a statement to this effect in the Author Agreement Form.

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REPRODUCTION OF PUBLISHED MATERIAL

If you wish to reproduce text, figures or tables that have already been published elsewhere, you must obtain permission from the copyright owner(s).

A statement stating that such permission was obtained will need to be signed by the corresponding author in the Author Agreement Form. Please submit a copy of the permission letter or other evidence that such permission has been granted along with the Author Agreement Form after the manuscript has been accepted for publication in Edorium Journals.

It is the author's responsibility to pay any fees associated with publishing data from another source.

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CORRECTIONS AND RETRACTIONS

If any errors occur during the publication process, the Editor will discuss these errors with the corresponding author. If agreed upon, a correction will be published. If an error is discovered by the author in their work after publication, this should be discussed with the Editor, who will make a decision regarding publication of a correction.

If a paper containing fraudulent data has been published, the journal will print a retraction. The retraction will be listed in the contents page. Retraction will include the title of the original article, and will explain why the article is being retracted.

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ARTICLE PUBLISHING CHARGES

All work published in Edorium Journals is open access and freely available, published and distributed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
Open access publishing allows unrestricted use, distribution and reproduction of an article in any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited and due credit is given to authors and original publisher.
Full-text of all articles published in Edorium Journals is available online, worldwide, free of charge, immediately on publication. Readers can view, download, print, and redistribute any article without a subscription, enabling a much greater distribution of an author's work. This translates into increasing the impact of the authors published work.
In an open access model, authors contribute towards the publication costs of an article. Publication charges can be paid from an author's research budget or by their supporting institution.

The Article Publishing Charges (APC) for articles published in Edorium Journals will be billed to the corresponding author upon acceptance of the article. There is no fee for submission of the article.

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The payment can be made by Credit Card or PayPal. The details about how to make the payment will be sent to you after the manuscript has been peer reviewed and accepted for publication.
To apply for a waiver, contact the Editorial Office using the 'Contact Us' page giving your name, address, institution, title of the paper, a short summary of the work and reason for requesting a waiver. Please DO NOT submit your manuscript before you have received the decision from the Editorial Office.

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SUBMISSION OF REVISED MANUSCRIPTS

While submitting a revised manuscript, contributors are requested to include a point by point response to reviewer's comments at the beginning of the revised manuscript text file itself. In addition, if any changes are made to the manuscript, please mark the changes as underlined or differently colored text in the article.

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PAGE PROOFS

Page proofs of the manuscript, a form for marking corrections of the proofs and instructions for filling the form will be sent to the corresponding author by e-mail, before publication of the manuscript. Authors should type the proof corrections in the form and send it to the Editorial Office.

Corrected proofs must be returned to the Editorial office within 72 hrs (3 days) of receipt.

Please see the instructions for authors of respective journals about how to submit the page proofs to the Editorial Office

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