Clinical Practice Review and Meta-Analysis, established in 2019 is the newest scholarly journal aimed at gathering informations across all medical ...read more »
Medical Science Case Reports (MSCR) developed as an independent journal in 2014 from the Case Reports Section of the Medical Science...read more »
Clinical Practice Review and Meta-Analysis, established in 2019 is the newest scholarly journal aimed at gathering informations across all medical ...
Medical Science Case Reports (MSCR) developed as an independent journal in 2014 from the Case Reports Section of the Medical Science...
JMS is a cloud-based complete working environment for editors of scholarly journals. It combines manuscripts management tools from submission to publication, including preliminary triage, peer-review, and the final decision, with production integration copyediting, pre-press preparation, APC payment management using online credit card and bank-wire transfers matching with manuscripts, and communication tools such as template and custom emails and messaging system, as well as communication with authors, reviewers, editorial board members and production team. JMS allows journal website management and social media integration. JMS is perfectly suited for use by editorial teams whose members work in-office as well as from remote locations. No additional software is necessary.
Working with the JMS is easy and intuitive. Standardized workflow algorithms provide access only to the functions associated with a given stage of manuscript processing, which significantly lowers the risk of human error or deliberately omitting a step in the process. Editors are prompted to perform the most urgent tasks first, which ensures that no manuscript falls behind schedule or is "lost in action". Last but not least, the intuitiveness of the JMS substantially shortens the introduction and learning period for new editorial staff members.
To provide high-quality, transparent, and non-biased manuscript processing and publication services, the JMS has standard procedures that apply to all submissions without exception. This ensures that all authors are treated fairly and equally. These standardized editorial processes help editors to smoothly streamline manuscript workflow and simplify daily routines. Editors are prompted only to the system functions that are relevant to the processing stage of a given manuscript.