Guide for Authors
Submitting your manuscript to International Journal of Healthcare Sciences and Research (IJHSR) means that your work has not been published before in any other journal, book or in a book chapter, be it printed or online (except in the form of an abstract or an academic thesis), that it is also not in any way under consideration for publication elsewhere, that the submitted manuscript has the permission for publication from all the authors in it and is approved from the responsible authorities where that work was carried out, and that, if accepted in IJHSR, will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in any language, without the prior consent of the publisher. The editors of IJHSR have the right to edit or to alter all contributions, but authors of the submitted work will receive testimony before the publication of their work in IJHSR.
As far as copyrights are concerned, they are retained by the authors of manuscripts published or to be published in IJHSR but with first publication rights granted to IJHSR. The journal or editors are not responsible for any successive use of the author(s) work. If so desired, it is the job of author (s) to bring an encroachment action.
Manuscripts should be typed in MS Word, should be in English and should be sent online only via e-mail. For any queries, write us an e-mail and we will respond to your inquiry sooner than soon.
Manuscript submission policies
Authors of Healthcare and Nursing research papers that are sent for external review must include in their manuscripts relevant details about several elements of experimental and analytical design. These requirements aim to improve the transparency of reporting and the reproducibility of published results. They focus on elements of methodological information that are frequently poorly reported .During peer review, authors may be asked to confirm that these elements are included in the manuscript that will be made available to the editors and reviewers.
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Attention to Authors
The latest issue
(September, 2017) of IJER has been published and hardcopies have been sent to authors.