1. Types and scope of articles:
Medical Technologies is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes different research articles types as original articles, reviews (traditional reviews and systematic reviews), technical reports, editorials, abstracts, meta analyses, and other common types of articles related to all areas of medical sciences and technologies. You find more information at this link.
2. Research ethics and publication ethics:
Medical Technologies vise to be a member of, and subscribes to the principles of, the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Medical Technologies has zero tolerance for academic misconduct, including "Duplicate Publication," "Salami Publication," and "Plagiarism." All manuscripts are investigated thoroughly regarding any potential unethical conduct. All submissions will be checked for plagiarism using iThenticate. All violation of animal and human rights is rejected. All submissions must be accompanied by a completed Conflict of Interest (COI) form. The COI form is available at: link
Please click here to download the template of the manuscript. Authors should use the template to prepare their manuscript, especially the font, the size of the font, list of authors, references, acknowledgment section, and other instructions in the template file.
4. Manuscript preparation:
4.1. The "Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts (URM) Submitted to Biomedical Journals" is incorporated into our review and publication process. Please visit http://www.icmje.org for more details. You are encouraged to prepare the reference section of the manuscript using the standard introduced by URM.
4.2. Format of original articles:
Manuscripts must consist of the Title, Abstract (250 words or less for original articles, 200 words or less for reviews, and 150 words or less for case reports), three to five Keywords and the body of manuscript without any information regarding the names of the authors. Abstracts are not required for Letters to the Editor or Editorials. Please click here to download the template of our manuscripts and their recommended structure, and prepare your manuscript using the guidelines in the template file.
4.3. Key points in preparing a structured abstract for original articles:
Writing a great abstract for an academic paper is very important. Please download our educational article entitled â€œWriting an eye-catching and evocative abstract for a research article: A comprehensive and practical approachâ€ from http://www.ephysician.ir/2012/520-524.pdf and follow its guidance in writing your abstract.
References should be written in compliance with the â€˜Citing Medicine, 2nd edition: The NLM Style Guide for Authors, Editors, and Publishersâ€™ published by National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health (Aailable from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK7256 ). Some authors do not use correct abbreviations for journals. Please use the abbreviations of the titles of journals in the reference section. For more information, visit the ISSN website at http://www.issn.org/2-22661-LTWA-online.php and the National Library of Medicine at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK7256/ (Look at the appendix section of that page for abbreviation of journals) for further details. The correct abbreviations for journals also can be found at the journalsâ€™ websites. Please add Pubmed PMID (or Pubmed central PMCID) of articles (if the references appear in Pubmed), and add the digital object identifier (DOI) or the URL (in the DOI system) if the reference has a DOI. Visit the following link to search the PMIDs and DOIs of articles: http://www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery (This link provides doi for those journal articles that use CrossRef doi service, therefore there are many articles with DOI, but not available on Crossref).
5. Review process:
All manuscripts must undergo review. The expected time between submission of the manuscript and receiving the first round of review results varies depending on the availability of reviewers and other issues, but, in general, authors can expect to have the initial result within a month.
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7. English editing:
The manuscripts submitted to Medical Technologies should be written in English. Our native English editors will perform advanced English editing on accepted manuscripts free of charge.