The 4-Step chaperone to publish your research articles

Performing a scientific work not only needs intellectual ability but demands time investment and dedication. After scarifying festive, family time, and a good night’s sleep, the hard-earned work is worth to be published.

  • Be aware of social spam 

One of the examples of misutilisation of technology is the speed of illegitimate and fake journal websites. They lure authors with fake promises of fast and hassle-free publication. We should be aware of fake emails and promotional emails of these fake websites. Rather should search individually by opting for authentic websites such as PubMed, SCOPUS, DOJA, or can even visit the particular journal website if You know the ISSN Number or website details.

Any basic and important query pertaining to APC, word count, review time, and type of article are mentioned with clarity within the reputed journals.

  • Search for high compatibility journals 

Aiming at the best-fit journals means having the utmost clarity not only regarding the objective of the research question but also on the AIM and SCOPE of the selected journal. Your work should sync with the domain of expertise of the journal. At the same time, you should maintain a realistic approach regarding the impact factor and quality of work. The best-fit journal is one that not only is par with your research interest but has less review time, is economical, guidelines are easy to comprehend, the submission process is straightforward and hassle-free, and lastly can positively assess and accommodate your generated work.

  • Clarity on the submission process 

You should have a list of the documents needed while the submission process such as cover letter, title page, highlights, supplementary data, patient consent, Copywrite form, etc. Also the format of submission such as its vial online or email ID based should be accessed before handed. An inventory of the needed document while summiting and password combination should be maintained.

Journals vary in reference formatting, along with a representation of figures and tables within text or as separate images. Journals can ask for American / British English containing manuscripts with a specific font, size, and margin of the doc or Latex file or can have specific template for formatting.

  • Appealing cover letter and Manuscript TITLE 

The cover letter should be written in a polite manner highlighting the gist of the paper. It should also clearly state regarding the authentication of the submitted work, non-submission in multiple journals, authors contribution along with mailing address of the corresponding author.

Similarly, the Title gives the 1st glimpse of the article therefore should be informative but not clumsy, compact, eye-catchy, and original in content.


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