1. How long (weeks) does it usually take for a submitted article to be published in your Journal?
- Normally the decision for the article acceptance should take 6-8 week.
2. How i can register as author in KMJ website?
- Please play this video.
3. How i can submit a manuscript to KMJ for publishing?
You can submit your manuscripts through online submission system, watch this video.
4. Who can submit manuscripts to Kufa Medical Journal?
- Kufa Medical Journal (KMJ) is a global double-blind peer reviewed electronic and print biannually publication concerned with all aspects of medical sciences. KMJ publishes research papers, review papers and case reports across the broad field of medical sciences.
5. What is KMJ peer-review policy?
- Manuscripts submitted to KMJ are usually sent out to peer reviewers, although submissions that are out of scope for the journal or are of an unacceptably low standard or manuscripts with high similarity test result (more than 20%) may be rejected without review. Potentially suitable manuscripts will generally be reviewed by at least two experts in the field with the aim of reaching a first decision as soon as possible.
6. How the articles are cited in Kufa Medical Journal?
- Journal article: Bingham CM, Wilson PR, Davies AS. Real-time ultrasonography for pregnancy diagnosis and estimation of fetal age in farmed red deer. Vet Rec. 1990;126:102-106.
- Book: Wanamaker BP, Pettes CL. Applied pharmacology for the veterinary technician. 1st ed. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company; 1996. 372 p.
- Chapter in a book: Chabala JC, Miller MW. Chemistry of antiprotozoal agents. In: Campbell WC, Rew RS, editors. Chemotherapy of parasitic diseases. New York (NY): Plenum Press; 1986. 25-85 p.
- PhD Dissertation: Zhao C. Development of nanoelectrospray and application to protein research and drug discovery [PhD dissertation]. Buffalo (NY): State University of New York at Buffalo; 2005. 276 p.
- Master's thesis: Roguskie JM. The role of Pseudomonas aeruginosa 1244 pilin glycan in virulence [master's thesis]. Pittsburgh (PA): Duquesne University; 2005. 111 p.
- Journal article on the Internet: Polgreen PM, Diekema DJ, Vandeberg J. Risk factors for groin wound infection after femoral artery catheterization: a case-control study. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2006;27(1):34-7. doi:10.251.021574850.01
- Internet Webpage: AMA: helping doctors help patients. Chicago: American Medical Association; c1995-2007. Available from: http://www.ama-assn.org