Guidelines For Authors
The manuscripts submitted to JCRMHS are subjected to a thorough review process. All manuscripts are examined by the board of editors before being peer-reviewed to determine the quality of the content. Duplication and copywriting without citing sources are deemed unethical, and any articles submitted thusly are immediately rejected.
Peer Review Process
Journal of Clinical Case Reports, Medical Images and Health sciences use a double-blind peer review approach in which authors and reviewers don't know each other's names and are maintained in complete secrecy. The report will be shared to the authors for possible modifications after receiving the reviewer's report/comments. The material must not be published elsewhere in any manner once it has been accepted by the journal without the publisher's approval. All manuscripts submitted to the JCRMHS are assigned an individual identification code and are first assessed by the editors for publication suitability.
Submission of manuscripts
Each day, countless papers are sent to us for review. Accordingly, this is a time-consuming task for us too. So, to prevent long delays, we advise that authors follow the length, level, and format recommendations given by JCRMHS at every step for fast and easy processing and to avoid rejection. With the exception of letters to editors and clinical picture submissions, each submitted article should contain a minimum of at least a 300-word summary or abstract that is independent from the main content. The synopsis should be meticulously composed and provide a brief outline of the complete work. It should include the study's purpose as well as key methodology used in performing the research, as well as a concise synopsis of the study's important findings. Subheadings should preferably be more than 40 characters in length in the main body text.
Manuscript Preparation Guidelines
Assuming that authors follow the guidelines below, their chances of having their work acknowledged by our board of editors will be maximized.
The authors must provide us with an electronic covering letter indicating the type of publication they are submitting, whether it might be a review article, research article, case study, or brief report. Unless and until they receive a particular invitation, the authors cannot label any works as "Letters to the Editor" or "brief communications."
This is to ensure that the material submitted for review has not been submitted for publication elsewhere at the same time.
If the authors expect to profit financially from the literary work they have contributed, they should express this clearly. This is done to avoid any potential future conflicts between the author and...
The article should have a clear and meaningful title and complete author information. The cover page must include info about the author, such as his or her educational qualifications, affiliation with an expert or scholarly institution, and contact info.
On the main page of the manuscript, the corresponding author should include their mailing address, contact number, email address, and fax number.
The pages should be numbered consecutively so that the board of editors and peer reviewers can readily monitor the contents.
Page 1 should be numbered as the cover page. You should type the running head, title, and author/s names, as well as their educational qualifications, on the main page. You should also provide all other pertinent info, for example, the communication address and contact info for reprint demands.
Case Reports or Case Studies
Case studies are created with the goal of providing additional information related to the subject of interest's research inquiry. Case studies normally add great value to the significant articles or materials that are submitted, and they shed a lot of light on the fundamental insights of the core topic referred to.
Editorials are usually reflections on the current subject of the journal. JCRMHS will contact authors who are interested in applying for this profile, and they will be relied upon to submit their applications before the deadline.
Clinical Images are well-organised graphical representations of a specific topic. With their suitable description, this should not exceed five numbers, and the description should not surpass 300 words. For clinical images, no references or references are given. You may, however, make notice references if required, but no more than three should be referenced.
This section contains information about the university’s funding/grants as well as individuals and funds that were involved in the literary work's creation.
References should be numbered sequentially. References cited only in tables or figure legends should be numbered in the same order as the first identification in the text of the specific table or figure. Journal titles should be abbreviated. In the case of non-indexed journals, use the full name of the journal. Please refrain from citing abstracts as references.
For instance, see Name 1, Name 2, Name 3 (Year) Title of the Manuscript. Volume (Issue) and Page Numbers.
If tables are used sparingly, and if they are, they should be created in the same way. If inserting a table in your text is significant, the authors must submit the tables only in.doc format. It is significant to remember that the tables should be double-spaced throughout, including the headings and footnotes. A heading and a legend should be remembered for each table. The tables should be self-explanatory and should not contain any references to the content. The multiple aspects of the experimentation procedures are presented in the legend rather than being clarified in the text style.
JPEG, GIF, and TIFF are a couple of well known record designs for showing pictures. On the off chance that you have the pictures in an alternate configuration, you can give us the Photoshop records and we'll roll out the vital improvements on our end. All pictures ought to be bigger than the given showcase size and have the accompanying picture goals: Combination of Line Art and 600 dpi Halftone, 300 dpi Halftone
The electronic evidences are given to the related writer or writer as a PDF record as an email connection. Page proof is viewed as the last form of the work, and scholars are approached to increase the PDF with any alterations (if any). On demand, printed versions of the distributed papers can be procured from our altering office.
Content that will be published in JCRMHS Case Reports is copyrighted, and that implies that no one can recreate, move, or disseminate the first work without appropriately refering to the source.
Manuscript withdrawal policy
Since an article submitted to JCRMHS, Case Reports implies that the work has not been published or submitted elsewhere, the journal strongly goes against unethical withdrawal of an article from the publication process after it has been submitted. When an Manuscript is submitted, the author grants the editorial board all publishing rights, and the editorial board has broad prudence over article expulsions. For a genuine withdrawal, the corresponding author should submit a request that must be signed by all co-authors and include an itemised explanation of why the paper is being removed. Withdrawal costs will apply if acknowledged papers are withdrawn during the final stages of publishing.