Scripture : Manuscript Submission System


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Sameeksha

About SAMEEKSHA – A Shodh, Research Journal (SRJ)

SAMEEKSHA is an Annual, peer reviewed, interdisciplinary Research Journal of Manghanmal Udharam College of Commerce. SAMEEKSHA focuses on integrating theory, research and practice in the area of Commerce, Management, English, Sindhi, Sports, Law, Environmenta Sciences, Computer Studies, Economics, Banking and Library and Information Science.

Sameeksha gives a platform to Academicians and Researchers to publish their RESEARCH PAPERS, BOOK REVIEWS and IT Applications for the above subjects at National level. Original contributions focused on contemporary issues in the above functional areas are invited in the form of Conceptual Articles, Empirical Research Papers, Case Studies, Book Reviews, Synopses of PhD Thesis, and Selected Bibliographies. Submitted papers should not have been previously published nor be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.

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Journal of Bone and Joint Diseases

Journal of Bone and Joint Diseases (JBJD) is official Journal of UP Orthopaedic Association. It is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal. Although the editors welcome submissions from all over the world, the journal primarily aims to publish research from UP and India. The stress is on latest research in the field of Orthopaedics including aetiopathology, clinical and radiographic outcomes, surgical technique and implant design, biomechanics, and biomaterials.

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Asian Journal of Arthroscopy

Asian Journal of Arthroscopy is a peer-reviewed journal being published under the aegis of the Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG), an organisation dedicated to promoting Academic research. Asian Journal of Arthroscopy is started with an idea of a journal that will be international, intelligent, interactive and at the same time clinically relevant. The “Asian Journal of Arthroscopy” is a unique venture and the idea is to develop a single portal where all information regarding Arthroscopy can be found and shared. AJA will focus to integrate knowledge from all resources and create a common wisdom pool focused on Arthroscopic Surgery and its advancement. AJA will have special emphasis on the Asia- Pacific region but we will invite contributions from all across the globe. The stress is on latest research in the field of Arthroscopy Surgery including the main areas of Knee, shoulder, hip, ankle elbow and wrist Arthroscopy and also extra-articular arthroscopy techniques. The articles can focus on surgical technique, clinical and radiographic outcomes, implant design, biomechanics, or biomaterials. The entire format of the Journal will be one of ‘Integration’ with basic science (anatomy, physiology and pathology), clinical trials, clinical research, case based discussion, evidence based medicine, expert opinion, Videos, keynote presentations and web resources, all aiming together to ‘Translate’ into betterment of Arrthroscopy strategies and surgeries

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Journal of Forensic, Toxicology and Medicolegal Analysis

Journal of Forensic, Toxicology and Medicolegal Analysis will be a quarterly online and print journal which will be published under the aegis of International Academic Research Group (IARG). It will be an open access and peer reviewed journal for wide circulation. The focus will be on case reports, small case series and comparative cohorts. These include rare cases, cases that have any significant message to deliver and challenging cases that have controversial diagnostic solutions. It may also include any variation in techniques that the authors have innovated or a particular case that in authors’ opinion holds a special significance in terms of Forensic, Toxicology and Medicolegal perspective.

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Journal of Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors

Welcome to the “Journal of Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors” (JBST). This is a unique venture and is been developed as an online portal incluing the ‘Journal of Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors’ along with ‘OncoMedia’ section which will contain technical videos, power point presentations and other academic material. Both these will combine together to form the ‘JBST’ portal but will also hold individual identities. The idea is to develop a single portal where all information regarding Bone and Soft tissue tumors can be found and shared.  JBST will focus to integrate knowledge from all resources and create a common wisdom pool. The focus of the journal will be clinical, medical and surgical aspects of orthopaedic oncology but will also extend to include Basic sciences, clinical trials, molecular biology; genetics, pathology; radiodiagnosis, interventional radiology, radiotherapy, biomechanics; biomaterials; nanotechnology; and also special prosthesis designs. This journal primarily aims to cater to clinicians, researchers and health-care providers whose focus is on the understanding and treatment of bone and soft tissue tumors

JBST will be an international peer review Journal with contributions from all across the globe.

What is different about JBST?

  • Integration of Knowledge starting from basic science to clinical studies to provide a unique structural overview of the entire scenario of bone and soft tissue tumors
  • Create Wisdom pool by combining Evidence Based Principles with Expertise and Experience. A section or whole issues will be dedicated to burning questions in Orthopaedic Oncology with invited articles, reviews and original work
  • Better Patient Care with inclusion of clinical relevance section to articles of JBST and Case Based discussions and debates.
  • Improve training and educational resources through video journal and ‘OncoMedia’

The entire format of the Journal will be one of ‘Integration’ with basic science, clinical trials, clinical research, case based discussion, evidence based medicine, expert opinion, Videos, keynote presentations and web resources, all aiming together to ‘Translate’ into betterment of care in Bone tumors. The submission format is kept very simple and practical and accepted articles will be in form of case reports, case series, original articles, technical notes and also metanalysis and systematic review of literature with complications or complicated cases in focus.

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Journal of Anaesthesia and Critical Care Case Reports

JACCR will be a quarterly online and print journal which will be published under the aegis of International Academic Research Group (IARG). It will be an open access and peer reviewed journal for wide circulation. The focus will be on case reports and small case series. These include rare cases, cases that have any significant message to deliver and challenging cases that have controversial management options in literature. It may also include any variation in techniques that the authors have innovated or a particular case that in authors’ opinion holds a special significance.

The journal will have a special “manuscript assist section” to support authors in writing manuscripts. This service will be provided by the Academic Research Group which will help in making all manuscripts submitted to the JACCR of highest academic quality.

We invite you all to contribute to JACCR.  The website supports an article submission software and provides a detailed instructions to authors. Please feel free to contact us by mail on editor.jaccr@gmail.com

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Journal of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation

About the Journal

The  Journal of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation was started in 2011 and is a peer-reviewed journal being published under the aegis of the Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG), and Sancheti Institute for Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation.JOR is started with an idea of a journal that will be international, intelligent, interactive and at the same time clinically relevant. Although the editors welcome submissions from all over the world, the journal primarily aims to publish research from Asian countries. The stress is on latest research in the field of  Orthopaedics including aetiopathology, clinical and radiographic outcomes, surgical technique and implant design, biomechanics, and biomaterials.

Why the new Journal?

There are two main reasons; to produce a body of literature that is clinically relevant and to make this knowledge freely accessible to all. Journals have shown trend to move towards a more rigid framework of scientific publications, meanwhile losing the focus that Journals are meant to directly influence and improve patient care. Charging for downloading articles imposes another limitation on dispersion and use of knowledge. JOR intends to counter these two issues by creating a journal that is intelligent, interactive, and clinically relevant and at the same time completely Open Access.

The  Journal of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation was first published in 2011 and will now continue as a quarterly (4 issues per year) print and online journal. The online version will be an open access source and the print version will be made available on subscription. The journal publishes original articles, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, instructional lectures, case reports, technical notes and letters to the editor.

Scope of the Journal

Journal of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation will publish research in the field of Orthopaedics including aetiopathology, clinical and radiographic outcomes, surgical technique and implant design, biomechanics, biomaterials, and Congenital disorders.

SUBMISSION FORMATS

 

Journal of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation accepts following formats of articles

  1. Perspectives
  2. Insights
  3. Interviews
  4. Master Class
  5. Innovations
  6. Burning Questions
  7. Case Reports
  8. Original articles
  9. Reviews, meta-analysis, systematic reviews
  10. Case Study /Series
  11. Case Image
  12. Technical Note
  13. Video Technique
  14. Surgical Tips and tricks
  15. Case Approach
  16. Clinical Perspective
  17. Letter to Editor
  18. Letter to Experts

Description of various format is provided below

Perspectives – A clinical overview of a common topic with aim to share with reader the recent update and current state of affairs

Insights – Invited article from an Expert in the Field specially focusing on their area of Research or Interest

Interviews – Academicians and Researchers across the world will get a chance to feature in our interview section and share their views

Master Class – In this feature we will invite a ‘Master’ to demonstrate videos or pictorial demonstrations of surgical techniques or concepts.

Innovations: An innovative concept or an Idea that provides a new perspective. This needs to send directly to editorial email and after editorial review it will be send for peer review. 1000 words article describing the new concept, implant, protocol or surgical modification should be accompanied with a note of how this will be clinically relevant.

Burning Questions: Opinion/Counter opinions from experts or group of experts on selected topics

Original Articles: include case series, comparative trials, epidemiological studies and RCT’s

Case Reports: Have been detailed below and all the remaining formats follow similar guidelines as case reports

Case Image: is description of a single Image which has an unique learning point

Technical Note and Video Technique: detailed description of a new technique or improvisation of an old technique

 Surgical Tips: Small surgical tips and pearls are invited for this section. Pictures are essential and video will be preferable

Case Study: This new format combines the level V evidence with Clinical Decision Making (CDM). It focuses on getting the thought process of the treating surgeon when dealing with a complex/complicated case

Case Approach: This is a new but invited only section. We will invite an expert to describe to his approach to a particular case scenario with literature and rationale behind the approach

Clinical Perspective: this special section will publish specific learning points or experiences which the authors can share with the readers. The only essential point is that this perspective should be clinically relevant and rationally acceptable. This need not be with details of management or follow up of the case. The idea is to provide a platform for publication of these important and clinically relevant learning points. A single page write up of less than 1000 words will be accepted.

Letter to Editor: on articles in  Journal of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation. Letters should be typed double-spaced and limited to 1000 words. A copy of the letter will be sent to the previous article’s author(s) to invite a response.

Letter to Experts:  Journal of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation will soon be creating an Expert panel of surgeons. Readers of JOR can ask queries regarding their cases to our Experts. These queries will be answered by experts and the Orthopaedic Research Group will add literature review to this expert opinion and article will be peer reviewed and published in 15 days.

Photo-Article: Pictorial articles which will be an easy read with most important message highlight

 

Read more on Scope of the Journal and authors instructions [CLICK HERE]

Dr Ashok Shyam
Journal of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation
drashokshyam@yahoo.co.uk

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Trauma International

About the Journal

Trauma International is a peer-reviewed journal being published under the aegis of the Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG), an organisation dedicated to promoting Academic research in India. Trauma International is started with an idea of a journal that will be international, intelligent, interactive and at the same time clinically relevant. The editors welcome submissions from all over the world. The stress is on latest research in the field of Trauma and Injury including emergency care, orthopaedic and surgical care, clinical and radiographic outcomes, surgical techniques and implant design, biomechanics, and biomaterials. All aspects of case of injured will fall within the scope of the Journal

 

Why the new Journal?

There are two main reasons; to produce a body of literature that is clinically relevant and to make this knowledge freely accessible to all. Journals have shown trend to move towards a more rigid framework of scientific publications, meanwhile losing the focus that Journals are meant to directly influence and improve patient care. Charging for downloading articles imposes another limitation on dispersion and use of knowledge. Trauma INTERNATIONAL intends to counter these two issues by creating a journal that is intelligent, interactive, and clinically relevant and at the same time completely Open Access.

Trauma International will be a quarterly (4 issues per year) print and online journal. The online version will be an open access source and the print version will be made available on subscription. The journal publishes original articles, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, instructional lectures, case reports, technical notes and letters to the editor.

 

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Journal of Physiotherapy Case Reports

Case reports are the stepping stones in building any body of literature. They are easy to write, have a mass appeal and have an important practical application to patient care.

In recent times this body of evidence has been neglected and the number of case reports accepted by  mainstream journals has decreased considerably. Journals as policy are now not accepting case reports due to lack of space and the low priority attached to them. However, other branches like surgery and medicine have journals dedicated exclusively to case reports.  The Journal of Physiotherapy Case Reports (JPCR) has been conceived on similar lines in order to cater to Physiotherapists.

JPCR will be a quarterly online and print journal which will be published under the aegis of International Academic Research Group (IARG). It will be an open access and peer reviewed journal for wide circulation. The focus will be on case reports and small case series. These include rare cases, cases that have any significant message to deliver and challenging cases that have controversial management options in literature. It may also include any variation in techniques that the authors have innovated or a particular case that in authors’ opinion holds a special significance.

JPCR will have dedicated sections on Cardiovascular rehabilitation, Orthopaedic rehabilitation, Neuromuscular rehabilitation, Community based studies and an additional Miscellaneous section. All the section will have separate section editors. The journal will have a special “manuscript assist section” to support authors in writing manuscripts. This service will be provided by the Academic Research Group which will help in making all manuscripts submitted to the JPCR of highest academic quality.

We invite you all to contribute to JPCR.  JPCR website supports an article submission software and provides a detailed instructions to authors. Please feel free to contact us by mail on editor.physiocasereports@gmail.com

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Journal of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery

About the Journal

Journal of Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery is a peer-reviewed journal being published under the aegis of the Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG), an organisation dedicated to promoting Academic research in India. Journal of Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery is started with an idea of a journal that will be international, intelligent, interactive and at the same time clinically relevant. Although the editors welcome submissions from all over the world, the journal primarily aims to publish research from Asian countries. The stress is on latest research in the field of Hand and Upper limb diseases including aetiopathology, clinical and radiographic outcomes, surgical technique and implant design, biomechanics, and biomaterials. Special Focus will be one Hand reconstruction, Neurovascular reconstruction, Wrist, Elbow and Shoulder Arthroscopy, Trauma to upper extremity and shoulder girdle and congenital anomalies.

 

Why the new Journal?

There are two main reasons; to produce a body of literature that is clinically relevant and to make this knowledge freely accessible to all. Journals have shown trend to move towards a more rigid framework of scientific publications, meanwhile losing the focus that Journals are meant to directly influence and improve patient care. Charging for downloading articles imposes another limitation on dispersion and use of knowledge. Journal of Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery intends to counter these two issues by creating a journal that is intelligent, interactive, and clinically relevant and at the same time completely Open Access.

Journal of Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery will be a quarterly (4 issues per year) print and online journal. The online version will be an open access source and the print version will be made available on subscription. The journal publishes original articles, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, instructional lectures, case reports, technical notes and letters to the editor.

 

Scope of the Journal

Journal of Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery will publish research in the field of Hand and Upper Limb diseases including aetiopathology, clinical and radiographic outcomes, surgical techniques and implant designs, biomechanics, biomaterials, and Congenital disorders. Special Focus will be one Hand reconstruction, Neurovascular reconstruction, Wrist, Elbow and Shoulder Arthroscopy, Trauma to upper extremity and shoulder girdle and congenital anomalies.

 

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International Journal of Spine

About the Journal

The International Journal of Spine is a peer-reviewed journal being published under the aegis of the Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG), an organisation dedicated to promoting Academic orthopaedic research in India. IJS is started with an idea of a journal that will be international, intelligent, interactive and at the same time clinically relevant. Although the editors welcome submissions from all over the world, the journal primarily aims to publish research from Asian countries. The stress is on latest research in the field of Spine Surgery including aetiopathology, clinical and radiographic outcomes, surgical technique and implant design, biomechanics, and biomaterials.

Why the new Journal?

There are two main reasons; to produce a body of literature that is clinically relevant and to make this knowledge freely accessible to all. Journals have shown trend to move towards a more rigid framework of scientific publications, meanwhile losing the focus that Journals are meant to directly influence and improve patient care. Charging for downloading articles imposes another limitation on dispersion and use of knowledge. IJS intends to counter these two issues by creating a journal that is intelligent, interactive, and clinically relevant and at the same time completely Open Access.

The International Journal of Spine will be a quarterly (4 issues per year) print and online journal. The online version will be an open access source and the print version will be made available on subscription. The journal publishes original articles, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, instructional lectures, case reports, technical notes and letters to the editor.

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International Journal of Surgical Cases

Case reports are the stepping stones in building any body of literature. They are easy to write, have a mass appeal and have an important practical application to patient care.

 

In recent times this body of evidence has been neglected and the number of case reports accepted by  mainstream journals has decreased considerably. Journals as policy are now not accepting case reports due to lack of space and the low priority attached to them. However, other branches like orthopaedics and medicine have journals dedicated exclusively to case reports.  The International Journal Surgical Cases (IJSC) has been conceived on similar lines in order to cater to Surgeons.

 

IJSC will be a quarterly online and print journal which will be published under the aegis of International Academic Research Group (IARG). It will be an open access and peer reviewed journal for wide circulation. The focus will be on case reports and small case series. These include rare cases, cases that have any significant message to deliver and challenging cases that have controversial management options in literature. It may also include any variation in techniques that the authors have innovated or a particular case that in authors’ opinion holds a special significance.

 

IJSC will have dedicated sections on Congenital anomalies, Infections, Injuries, Complications and an additional Miscellaneous section. All the section will have separate section editors. The journal will have a special “manuscript assist section” to support authors in writing manuscripts. This service will be provided by the Academic Research Group which will help in making all manuscripts submitted to the IJSC of highest academic quality.

 

We invite you all to contribute to IJSC.  IJSC website supports an article submission software and provides a detailed instructions to authors. Please feel free to contact us by mail on editor.IJSC@gmail.com

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Journal of Pediatric Case Reports

Case reports are the stepping stones in building any body of literature. They are easy to write, have a mass appeal and have an important practical application to patient care.

In recent times this body of evidence has been neglected and the number of case reports accepted by  mainstream journals has decreased considerably. Journals as policy are now not accepting case reports due to lack of space and the low priority attached to them. However, other branches like surgery and medicine have journals dedicated exclusively to case reports.  The Journal of Pediatric Case Reports (JPCR) has been conceived on similar lines in order to cater to Pediatricians.

JPCR will be a quarterly online and print journal which will be published under the aegis of International Academic Research Group (IARG). It will be an open access and peer reviewed journal for wide circulation. The focus will be on case reports and small case series. These include rare cases, cases that have any significant message to deliver and challenging cases that have controversial management options in literature. It may also include any variation in techniques that the authors have innovated or a particular case that in authors’ opinion holds a special significance.

JPCR will have dedicated sections on Congenital anomalies, Infections, Injuries, Complications and an additional Miscellaneous section. All the section will have separate section editors. The journal will have a special “manuscript assist section” to support authors in writing manuscripts. This service will be provided by the Academic Research Group which will help in making all manuscripts submitted to the JPCR of highest academic quality.

We invite you all to contribute to JPCR.  JPCR website supports an article submission software and provides a detailed instructions to authors. Please feel free to contact us by mail on editor.jpcr@gmail.com

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Journal of Trauma & Orthopaedics

Official Journal of Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association

Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedics is a continuity of the Journal of Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association.

M.O.A.   Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association is a state chapter of Indian Orthopaedic Association founded by Dr A. K. Talwalkar in the city of Pune in 1983 with the idea of enhancing and promoting the principles and practise of Orthopaedic Surgery in the state. It has now become one of the most active State chapters in IOA and Maharashtra is proud to have produced many leaders and pioneers in Indian Orthopaedics.

Keeping the same Spirit of Pioneers in Orthopaedic Academics, MOA is now running the online version of ‘The Journal of Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association’ (JMOA) since 1995. Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedics  is a continuity of the Journal of Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association.

The online Version will be along with a ‘Manuscript Submission and Review’ Software that will make all Journal Submissions and review process online and completely Paperless.

This Initiative is taken with support of the ‘Indian Orthopaedic Research Group’ . The IORG will be actively involved in functioning of the JTO in terms of providing editorial supports,  Proof reading and formatting the articles and maintaining the updated website. IORG will also help in Indexing the Journal and providing search engine optimisation for articles published in JTO.

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