1.Research Articles

  •  Should follow the outline of Abstract, Key words, Introduction, Materials/Methods, Discussion/Conclusions, and References.
  •  The experiment presented in the methods section should comply with the conclusion and results and discussion section.
  •  The research method should have been developed by the authors.

2.Review Articles

  •  It should summarize the current state of understanding on a topic.
  •  It can be a survey article
  •  The review article can analyse and discuss research previously published by others, rather than reporting new experimental results.
  •  Review article should be on a topic which is of interest to a wide readership

3.Short Communication

  •  A Short Communication can be an independent report or a concise report representing a significant contribution in that particular field.
  •  In the Research point of view a Short Communication can be submission from a researcher who is pioneer in a topic and has discovered something very novel never explored in the literature can be considered for short communication.
  •  In case the research paper contains a lot of important information related to the principal objective and the whole information cannot be included in the Research paper, the important information can be partly published as a short communication.


  •  Editorial is a welcome message or opinion written by the editor-i-chief covering the features and scope of the journal based on the research interest.
  •  It can be written by the editorial board members it should be short of 500 words and minimum of 3 pages length.

5.Case Reports

  •  A case report can be a detailed report or demographic profile of an individual patient but usually should describe a novel or unusual occurrence.
  •  A case report can be a presentation on rare or unique form of a disease.
  •  It can also compare new therapeutic approaches to the existing.
  •  A scientific evidence or observation while treating a patient.
  •  New adverse effects or pathogenesis of disease detected.

6.Letter to the Editor

  •  It is an open post publication review from the authors or readers in relation to the main stream article published in a journal.
  •  Abstract is not required and it can be presented as open peer commentary or peer commentary of one page length.

7.Case Series

  •  It should present a descriptive study design.
  •  The case series should be supported with a comprehensive review of literature.
  •  The case series should have a selection bias, which is the method followed for collecting samples should have statistical representation.
  •  The case series should have a selection bias, which is the method followed for collecting samples should have statistical representation.
  •  The case series can be consecutive that is the present case reported can be related or continuation or comparison to the previous cases or the case series can be non-consecutive.

8.Magazine Submissions

  •  The articles can be of the author's choice regarding to a latest observation it can be on the academic front or non-academic.
  •  Topics related to current trends or sudden outrage of an endemic or epidemic disease.
  •  Video submissions that are thought provoking are encouraged.

9.Case in Images

  •  The authors can submit 16-20 figures, and a series of images that represent a particular event or method.
  •  The topics can be related to medical imaging or radiology images or a typical case that can be clearly derived from the medical images.
  •  It should be noted that the manuscript should meet all the criteria of a case report.

10.Conference Proceedings

  •  The abstracts that are presented in national or international conferences can be published as full length articles.
  •  Some topics or research works conducted by young scientists representing their work in the form of poster presentations can be published and it should meet with the journals publication criteria.

11.Case Studies

  •  In a case study the published report can be based on a formal research method.
  •  The case studies can be clinical in nature that is related to clinical practice or it can it can be an individual's case study.
  •  The case study can be single or multiple in nature.
  •  In a case study random sampling method can be conducted and the results can be presented.

12.Policy Bridge

  •  Articles that bridge scientific research and analysis with policy Legitimation, policy analysis, federal policies, Incremental Policies, Rational models can be presented under this format of publishing.

13.Clinical Images

  •  It can include case images and diagnostic images related radiology, pathology, and all that are a part of biological imaging.
  •  All that processes and images that create visual representation of the anatomy and physiology of a human body for medical intervention and clinical analysis can be presented for consideration.
  •  The peer-review process will be conducted for clinical images unlike all the article types and formats.