Guidelines

Submission

Before you send, make sure you've:

  1. Read the instructions for authors in the magazine and make sure to follow any instructions about data sets, ethics approval, or statements.
  2. Listed all the writers on the paper and the online form for submitting it.
  3. Referenced everything in the book in a clear and complete way.
  4. I checked the data carefully and added any extra information that the journal asked for.
  5. I told the journal about any competing goals that were important.
  6. I got permission (in writing) to use any numbers, tables, or data sets again.
  7. Do not send the paper to more than one magazine at once.

Author

Structure


The following is the recommended sequence for composing your paper: a title page, an abstract, keywords, the main text (introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion), acknowledgements, a declaration of interest statement, references, appendices (if applicable), table(s) with caption(s) (on separate pages), figure(s) with captions (as a list), and any necessary appendices.


Word Limit


How many words, please tell us how many words your paper has. There is no limit on how many words a paper can have in this magazine.


Style Guidelines



  • Please use British (-size) orthography throughout all your manuscript.

  • Please use single quotation marks unless a quotation is contained within another quotation.

  • Please note that lengthy quotations must be indented without quotation marks.

  • To facilitate the identification of referees, the keywords must include a term related to the topic of the article.


Formatting Templates


Submit your papers in Word format. Figures must be stored independently of the text. To aid in the preparation of your paper, we provide a format template. Figures with multiple elements (such as 1a, 1b, and 1c) must be grouped and submitted as a single figure. Please do not send them separately.


Submitting Your Paper


Please be advised that this journal utilizes Crossref™ to evaluate papers for plagiarized content. By submitting a paper to this journal, you consent to originality checks during the peer-review and production stages.


Find out how to get your book published and how to send in your work. This guide will help you find the right magazine and improve your chances of getting published.


1. Find a Journal


Find out the journals that could be best suited for publishing your research.


2. Prepare Your Paper to be Submitted


It is crucial that you adhere to the specific "guide for authors" of the journal you are submitting to. This can be found on the homepage of the journal. The Understanding the Publishing Process guide contains information about the publishing process. It addresses topics like author's rights, ethics, plagiarism, and journal and article metrics. If you have research data to share, you should read the author's guide to determine which options the journal provides for sharing research data alongside your article.


3. Publish and Revise


You can submit to most journals using our online submission systems. The methodology you employ will hinge on the journal to which you submit. Alternately, if you have been invited to submit to a journal, adhere to the given instructions. After submission, your paper will be reviewed by the editor, and if it passes the initial screening, it will be sent to authorities in your field for peer review. If your submission is considered unsuitable for publication in the journal of your choice, the editor may suggest that you submit it to another journal via an article transfer service.


4. Monitor Your Material


Follow the progress of your submitted paper. You can monitor the submission status of your paper online. You will use the same system to monitor your submission as you did to submit it. To trace your submission, use the reference number you received after submission. However, you can monitor the status of your article without a notification by entering your article's reference number and the author's last name in "Monitor Your Accepted Article".


5. Promote and Share


Now that your article has been published, you can promote it so that your research has a greater impact. Sharing your research, achievements, and goals with a larger audience increases your visibility in your field. This allows you to build a stronger reputation, promote your research, and advance your career by increasing the number of times you are cited.