Is a modern healthcare educational web portal that covers over 35 health-related topics, conditions and concerns. The website offers easy navigation and search tools, a comprehensive Visual Aids library, Ask an Expert and Conference Reports sections. It provides a large published archive of Clinical Reviews, Case Study and CME presentations. Additionally, the website is mobile device optimized.
Journal of Current Clinical Care
The Journal of Current Clinical Care is published 6 times a year. Each issue is presented in the CME format and is structured in a way that it maximizes learners’ engagement with presented materials through Biomedical Animations, Key Points and Clinical Pearls, and measures the success of knowledge transfer via the pre- and post-test CME quizzes.
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The editors of Health Plexus and the Journal of Current Clinical Care seek high-calibre articles from exceptional writers who are expert researchers and/or clinicians in their particular field. We invite submissions on a variety of topics in different areas of medicine. Further details can be obtained from the Managing Editor.
All articles should be sent to Health Plexus as a Word document by e-mail to:
Regina Starr, Managing Editor
The articles are edited by the Editorial Director and Managing Editor for flow and syntax and then sent to one of our Physician Editors for content editing and peer review. Edited articles will be returned to the author and the author has 3 business days to make corrections to the article (unless otherwise stated) and return it via e-mail to email@example.com
The article itself should be typewritten, double-spaced and 1500–2500 words (500–800 for book reviews or case studies).
We ask that you include at least one table of the article’s key points, and one table with at least two clinical pearls, though we welcome multiple tables and figures. These do not need to be formatted and should also be included in the emailed document.
We encourage authors to communicate ideas regarding potential medical illustrations. Our medical illustrator may contact authors during the editorial process to discuss possible visual accompaniments to articles.
We request that all articles are accompanied with a 100-word abstract, as well as a list of 5 keywords.
Photos, slides, digital images, graphs, charts, and tables are encouraged, especially color images of clinical entities being discussed.
Please note that the editor may choose art to accompany article; authors are not charged for such illustrations, and author approval may not be sought.
Conflict of Interest Guidelines:
We request that all authors disclose any commercial associations, sources of funding or any other arrangements that may pose a potential conflict of interest in connection with the submitted article. Some or all of this disclosed information, at the discretion of the editors, may be published in a footnote to the article.
Introduction to peer review
What is peer review?
Peer review is used to determine the quality of a manuscript before it is published. Independent reviewers in the relevant field assess submitted manuscripts for validity, originality, and significance to help editors determine whether a manuscript should be published in their journal.
How does the peer review process work?
When a manuscript is first submitted to a journal, it is reviewed to see if it meets the criteria for submission. If it does, the editorial team will select potential peer reviewers within the field to review the manuscript and make recommendations. The author(s) make necessary revisions and returns the manuscript to the editor who reviews comments and either rejects or accepts manuscript for publication.
There are two main types of peer review used by The Journal of Current Clinical Care:
Single-blind: the reviewers know the names of the authors, but the authors do not know who reviewed their manuscript.
Open peer: authors know who the reviewers are, and the reviewers know who the authors are.
Why do peer review?
Peer review is an important part of scientific publishing that confirms the validity and originality of the manuscript. Peer reviewers are experts who volunteer their time to help improve the manuscripts they review. By undergoing the peer review process, manuscripts should become:
More robust - peer reviewers may point out gaps in a paper that require more explanation.
Easier to read - reviewers can suggest changes if parts of the paper are difficult to understand.
More useful - peer reviewers consider the importance of the paper to others in a specific field.
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