JOHOE editorial policies for authors

 Authorship Criteria, Contribution and Authorship Statement

 

  • The editorial board considers all medical research studies based on ICMJE recommendations about the conduction, reporting, and editing of these investigations.
  • Each author must participate significantly and adequately in the preparation of the article and must take responsibility for the entire content presented in the article.
  • All authors must participate in the preparation or revision of the manuscript and approve the final version for publication.
  • The corresponding author is required to identify the authors' contribution to the work described in the manuscript.
  • For the researchers who do not fulfill the authorship criteria, an acknowledgment statement should be performed in the Acknowledgments Section of the manuscript.
  • The corresponding author is responsible as the primary correspondent with JOHOE editorial office and will check the proof edition of the manuscript and confirmed the acknowledgment section.
  • The funding organization’s or sponsor’s role in the design and conduct of the study; in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of the data; and in the preparation, review, or approval of the manuscript should be specified.
  • Manuscripts are assumed not to be published previously in print or electronic versions and are not under consideration by another publication.
  • Each author should provide a summary conflict of interest statement to be included on the title page of the manuscript. If no author has a conflict of interest,
  • include the following:” the authors have declared that no conflict of interest exists.”
  • A submitted manuscript is assigned to the Senior Editor of the appropriate subject section. The Senior Editor assigns it to an Associate Editor who manages and adjudicates its review.
  • The Editors will return manuscripts that are judged to be outside the scope of the journal.
  • Manuscripts can be returned without review for reasons that include:
    1. Grammar and style that is not of the quality expected in a published article;
    2. The topic or scope of the work is not within the scope of the journal;
    3. The presentation of the findings is not directed to the readership of the journal;
    4. The methods or approaches are judged to be flawed. All editorial board members would receive the submitted manuscript and in a meeting would approve either sending manuscript to referees or rejecting it.   
    5. Manuscripts sent for review are examined by three or more reviewers selected for their expertise in the subject matter of the article. Reviewers will remain anonymous (unless they choose to reveal themselves). 

 

  • The acceptance criteria for all papers are the quality and originality of the research and its significance to our readership.
  • Except for invited papers, submitted manuscripts are peer-reviewed via a double-blinded process by three anonymous reviewers and the journal’s editorial board.
  • Final acceptance or rejection is depending on the editorial board decision on peer-reviewed papers. Manuscripts should be written in a clear, concise, and direct style.
  • The Editorial Board reserves the right to edit accepted papers to be more concise and free of grammatical typos and errors.
  • Following acceptance, an edited form of the paper will be sent to the authors’ correspondence for final review and approval. If extensive alterations are required, the manuscript will be returned to the author for major revision.
  • The average time from submission until the first decision is expected to be 45 days or less.
  • The acceptance criteria for all papers are the quality and originality of the research and its significance to our readership.
  • Except for invited papers, submitted manuscripts are peer-reviewed via a double-blinded process by three anonymous reviewers and the journal’s editorial board.
  • Final acceptance or rejection is depending on the editorial board decision on peer-reviewed papers.

 

 

JOHOE Submission to Publication Process