Having a clear research question that is of interest to those working in the same field will help in the preparation of an article because it can be used as the central organising principle – all of the content included and discussed should focus on answering this question.
Before writing the article, it is useful to highlight several journals that you could submit the final article to.
The editor has complete responsibility and authority to accept a submitted article for publication or to reject it.
We encourage authors to seek assistance with English language assistance where appropriate.
All authors are expected to uphold AGU’s ethical guidelines. Here are the overall steps to submission and publication: SUBMISSION PROCESS AGU journals use an electronic manuscript submission and peer review system called GEMS (Geophysical Electronic Manuscript System).
IJISRT (International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology) is an open access peer-reviewed international platform where publishing of top quality and referred papers from highly intellectual scientists and engineers are welcomed. Papers with original research are highly appreciated.
Authors can also submit the extended versions of previously published conference/ research papers.
Peer review selection procedure is used to select the papers for publication thus ensuring the uniqueness, relevance, and readability.
Peer review is defined as the unbiased, independent, critical assessment of scholarly or research manuscripts submitted to journals by experts or opinion leaders.
This article aims to provide pharmacists and healthcare professionals who are undertaking research with an understanding of how to produce a research article for publication, as well as points to consider before submission to a peer-reviewed journal.