Author Cora enjoys taking photos and recording videos, so she has invested a lot of time and effort on multimedia. She mainly concentrates on photo, audio, and video editing. After a-long-time studying, she has gained much experience. And she is skillful at writing. With great enthusiasm and confidence, she joins the editorial section of MiniTool, aimed at providing users with effective solutions to solve problems related to image, video, and audio editing.
For initial manuscript submissions, figures must be of sufficient quality and may be embedded at the end of the file for editorial assessment and peer review. If a revision is requested and before a manuscript is accepted, authors will be asked to provide figures that meet the requirements described in Figure File Requirements for Publication.
Online-only material will undergo editorial and peer review with the main manuscript. If the manuscript is accepted for publication and if the online-only material is deemed appropriate for publication by the editors, it will be posted online at the time of publication of the article as additional material provided by the authors. This material will not be edited or formatted; thus, authors are responsible for the accuracy and presentation of all such material.
Authors will be sent notifications of the receipt of manuscripts and editorial decisions by email. During the review process, authors can check the status of their submitted manuscript via theonline manuscript submission and review system. Authors should not disclose the fact that their manuscript has been submitted to anyone, except coauthors and contributors, without permission of the editor.
Requests to publish corrections should be sent to the editorial office. Errors and requests for corrections are reviewed by editors and authors, and, if warranted, a Correction notice summarizing the errors and corrections is published promptly and linked online to the original article, and the original article is corrected online with the date of correction.15
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A single corresponding author (or coauthor designee in the event that the corresponding author is unavailable) will serve on behalf of all coauthors as the primary correspondent with the editorial office during the submission and review process. If the manuscript is accepted, the corresponding author will review an edited manuscript and proof, make decisions regarding release of information in the manuscript to the news media or federal agencies, handle all postpublication communications and inquiries, and will be identified as the corresponding author in the published article.
Authors without conflicts of interest, including relevant financial interests, activities, relationships, and affiliations, should indicate such in their disclosures and include a statement of no such interests in the Acknowledgment section of the manuscript. Failure to include this information in the manuscript may delay evaluation and review of the manuscript. Authors should err on the side of full disclosure and should contact the editorial office if they have questions or concerns.
Although many universities and other institutions and organizations have established policies and thresholds for reporting financial interests and other conflicts of interest, the JAMA Network requires complete disclosure of all relevant financial relationships and potential financial conflicts of interest, regardless of amount or value. For example, authors of a manuscript about hypertension should report all financial relationships they have with all manufacturers and owners of products, devices, tests, and services used in the management of hypertension, not only those relationships with entities whose specific products, devices, tests, and services are mentioned in the manuscript. If authors are uncertain about what constitutes a relevant financial interest or relationship, they should contact the editorial office.
These manuscripts may be classified as Original Investigations, Brief Reports, or Research Letters. For guidance on reports of cost-effectiveness analyses, see the EQUATOR Reporting Guidelines (CHEERS). Authors of reports of cost-effectiveness analyses and decision analyses must submit a copy of the decision tree comprising their model. This is for editorial evaluation and review, not necessarily for publication, unless it is included in the body of the manuscript.
Final decisions regarding manuscript publication are made by the editor in chief or a designated editor who does not have any relevant conflicts of interest. The journal has a formal recusal process in place to help manage potential conflicts of interest of editors. In the event that an editor has a conflict of interest with a submitted manuscript or with the authors, the manuscript, review, and editorial decisions are managed by another designated editor without a conflict of interest related to the manuscript.
As Editors in Chief, we pledge that Surgery is committed to the recently published diversity and inclusion statement published in JAMA Surgery We are keenly aware and actively supportive of the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in gender, race, national origins, sexual and religious preferences, as well as geographic location, practice type, specialty, and socioeconomic status. Diversity, equity, and inclusion of representation on our editorial board, digital media and innovations editorial board, panel of reviewers, and authors attest to our commitment to continue to engage diverse representation in all components of our publication process. The evolution in the participants in each of these facets of our journal has continued to evolve reflective of our strong commitment to diversity, and, thus, the composition of each of these groups has become increasingly varied with time. We are, however, firmly committed to ensure further evolution as time progresses. We are privileged to have been amongst the first Editors-in-Chief to support the statement written by Drs. Melina Kibbe and Julie Freischlag. Their editorial focused upon gender diversity, which we unfailingly support and practice. We support diversity in all elements of our editorial, publication, and peer review processes. We have been, currently are, and continue to be staunch proponents of gender diversity in the review process.
Non-financial interests: In addition, authors are requested to disclose interests that go beyond financial interests that could impart bias on the work submitted for publication such as professional interests, personal relationships or personal beliefs (amongst others). Examples include, but are not limited to: position on editorial board, advisory board or board of directors or other type of management relationships; writing and/or consulting for educational purposes; expert witness; mentoring relations; and so forth.
Primary research articles require a disclosure statement. Review articles present an expert synthesis of evidence and may be treated as an authoritative work on a subject. Review articles therefore require a disclosure statement.Other article types such as editorials, book reviews, comments (amongst others) may, dependent on their content, require a disclosure statement. If you are unclear whether your article type requires a disclosure statement, please contact the Editor-in-Chief.
Thank you for your interest in Journal of Thoracic Disease (JTD, J Thorac Dis, pISSN: 2072-1439; eISSN: 2077-6624). JTD adheres to the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly work in Medical Journals, issued by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), and the Cope of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors, issued by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Please refer to the following guidelines to help you prepare your manuscript. Feel free to contact the editorial office by email (email@example.com) should you have any questions. To ensure a swift peer review and publication process, manuscripts that do not adhere to the following instructions will be returned to the corresponding author for technical revision at preliminary review. The author instruction is updated on March 15, 2023.
To get consent for publication, authors can use the consent form (download the form for patient or the form for participant) or a consent form from their own institution or region, if suitable. The consent form must specify that the details/images/videos will be freely available on the internet and that the general public will be able to view them. Authors do not need to provide a copy of the consent form to the editorial office; however, if the Editor requests it, the consent form must be provided and will be kept confidential.
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Perspective articles. The format and editorial guidelines for this type of article are the same as for Reviews article. The perspective articles differ from Reviews articles because they do not require a systematic and exhaustive analysis of the literature, but allow authors to use literature data to freely express their personal opinion on topics and controversies relevant to hematology.
For the first submission of the manuscript, it is only required that figures and tables are easy understandable. For subsequent submissions, however, figures and tables are required to comply exactly with all specific editorial rules. Failure to comply with these rules causes non-acceptance of the paper independently of its scientific merit. 59ce067264