Short Communication Articles


The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) does not provide a specific definition for short communications (also known as brief communications). However, generally, a short communication is considered to be a concise and independent report that makes a significant contribution to science. It is important to note that the terms "Short Communication" and "Special or Rapid Communication" are sometimes used interchangeably, but they have distinct differences, as explained below. Short communications are typically not meant to publish preliminary results of ongoing or recently completed studies unless the results are exceptionally interesting and relevant. Typically, a short communication is limited [...]

Short Communication Articles2023-05-22T09:11:00+03:30

Manuscript Changes After Acceptance


Post-acceptance changes of manuscripts refer to modifications made to a manuscript after it has been accepted for publication but before it is published. Such changes can occur due to a variety of reasons, including suggestions or requests from the journal editor or reviewers, updates to the data or findings, or errors or omissions that need to be corrected. It is important to note that post-acceptance changes should only be made if they are necessary and justified. Making substantial changes to the content of a manuscript after it has been accepted can potentially compromise the integrity and credibility of the research, [...]

Manuscript Changes After Acceptance2023-04-24T23:47:54+03:30

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