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International Journal of Medicine and Occupational Health and Safety Sciences (IJMOHSS) Author Guidelines

Sections

  1. Submission and Peer Review Process
  2. Article Types
  3. After Acceptance
  1. Submission and Peer Review Process

New applications must be made through the application portal. If your article goes to the revision stage, you will be directed to make your revisions through the same submission portal. You can check the status of your shipment at any time by logging in and checking the shipping address.

Open Access
This journal is journal with an open access.

Data Sharing and Data Availability

This journal expects data sharing.

Funding

You should list all funding sources in the Acknowledgments section. You are responsible for the accuracy of their funder designation.

Authorship

All listed authors should have contributed to the manuscript substantially and have agreed to the final submitted version.

ORCID

This journal requires ORCID for the corresponding author.

Reproduction of Copyright Material

If excerpts from copyrighted works owned by third parties are included, credit must be shown in the contribution. It is your responsibility to also obtain written permission for reproduction from the copyright owners. The corresponding author is responsible for obtaining written permission to reproduce the material "in print and other media" from the publisher of the original source, and for supplying our with that permission upon submission.

Main Text File

Manuscripts can be uploaded either as a single document containing the main text, tables and figures. The main manuscript file can be submitted in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) format.

The main text file should include:

  • A short informative title containing the major key words. The title should not contain abbreviations
  • The full names of the authors with institutional affiliations where the work was conducted, with a footnote for the author’s present address if different from where the work was conducted;
  • Acknowledgments;
  • Abstract;
  • Up to five keywords;
  • Main body: formatted as introduction, materials & methods (experimental), results and  discussion, conclusion
  • Templates are available for use, and are recommended for submission:| Articles | 
  • References;
  • Tables (each table complete with title and footnotes);
  • Figures: Figure legends must be added beneath each individual image during upload and as a complete list in the text.

 

Reference Style

All references should be numbered consecutively in order of appearance. In-text citations should be superscript numbers in square brackets.

Reference examples follow:

Journal Article

[1] S. Matosevic, B.M. Paegel, Nat. Chem. 2013, 5, 958.

 

Book

[2] R. McWeeny, Coulson’s Valence, 3rd ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1979.

Website

[3] Advanced Materials homepage, http://www.advmat.de (accessed: July 2007).

Figures and Supporting Information

Supporting information such as figures, figures and tables for referee evaluation should be given in the main text.

Peer Review

This journal operates under a peer review model. Papers will only be sent to review if the Editor-in-Chief determines that the paper meets the appropriate quality and relevance requirements.

In-house submissions, i.e. papers authored by Editors or Editorial Board members of the title, will be sent to Editors unaffiliated with the author or institution and monitored carefully to ensure there is no peer review bias.

Guidelines on Publishing and Research Ethics in Journal Articles

The journal requires that you include in the manuscript details IRB approvals, ethical treatment of human and animal research participants, and gathering of informed consent, as appropriate. You will be expected to declare all conflicts of interest, or none, on submission. This journal follows the core practices of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and handles cases of research and publication misconduct accordingly (https://publicationethics.org/core-practices).

This journal uses iThenticate or Turnitin software to detect instances of overlapping and similar text in submitted manuscripts.

  1. Article Types
  • Short Communication
  • Research Article
  • Review

Short Communications report results of scientific studies leading to that have not previously been published and whose immediate significance to the readership justifies their urgent publication. The authors are requested to address the question of usefulness and practical potential of the work presented, which will be taken into consideration during the peer-review process.

Research Articles give a detailed report of significant results not published previously.

Reviews* are concise overviews of developments in a given area of. The value added, above and beyond compiling the results of a literature search, is that the authors apply their expertise and experience to critically analyze the literature available and provide the reader with a conceptual, comparative survey, using selected examples to illustrate the principles involved. The author places the subject into the broader scientific context for the benefit of non-specialist readers. The practical utility and the future potential of the area should be central themes of the coverage.

*Reviews are generally written upon invitation; however, unsolicited reviews are welcome if they fit with the concept/scope of the journal.

  1. After Acceptance

First Look

After your paper is accepted, your files will be assessed by the editorial office to ensure they are ready for production. You may be contacted if any updates or final files are required. Otherwise, your paper will be sent to the production team.