1-To submit an article, please Register on the site "JMMR", and an email containing your username and password will arrive. Then
2-Log in as an Author;
3-Click "Submit a New Manuscript " And do the following steps in order;
4-Select Manuscript Type;
5-Enter Manuscript Title;
6-Add / Remove Authors;
7-Enter Abstract (50-250 Words);
8-Enter Keywords (3-5 Words);
10- Suggested Reviewers (If you have no suggestions, please select them from the following page https://jmmrc.uk.ac.ir/journal/editorial.board);
11-Attach Files (PDF only);
And if you do all the steps, you will receive a confirmation email.
Yes. JMMR is peer reviewed and all submissions are liable to peer review by qualified experts.
The frequency of the journal is semi-annually (at least 2 issues per year).
No. Only the corresponding author needs to do so.
Publishing an article is free of charge in the journal.
The review process may take 2-6 months. In some cases, due to limitation and contradictions about reviewers the process may take longer.
For your convenience JMMR has developed template to help you prepare your manuscript. Please, visit the "Guide for Authors" page for the template.
The author can track the article online. Every stage of progress is shown in JMMR web.
No, this method is not acceptable. An article need to be submitted after completion and primed for processing.
There is no page limit for regular or special issue manuscripts.
No. Manuscript must be unique and should not be published elsewhere.
We cannot accept articles that have been previously published in other journals. However, we do understand that many submissions may be evolutions of previously published works. For this reason, we allow submissions to consist of no more than 30% previously published material.
No. This is against the codes of COPE. If one does so, his/her article will not be published. In case it is already published, the article will be retracted. Then the name of the author(s) will enter our blacklist and no manuscript will be ever accepted from the author(s).
Yes, it is necessary and very important that you answer each query, even if you think the paper does not require correction. Sometimes, queries are asking for updated information (references) or for missing citations of figures or tables in the text.
Sending the revised version of the manuscript through e-mail is not accepted in this journal. Resubmitting the manuscripts should be done through the journal's online submission system. The revised manuscript should be sent via the same ID as the original one.
You should contact editor to extend your time. If we don't receive your responses on due time, the process of your manuscript will be stopped.
If you require an extension, please get in touch with the editorial office here.
The reviewers’ comments will be sent to the author through the journal’s online system. Entering the User Name and Password, the author can access the comments in her/his personal page.
The accepted manuscript will be published online after receiving the LaTeX and supplementary files, after the approval of the language editor.
The most common reason for a desk rejection is lack of novelty. Sometimes the paper is out of the scope of the journal or it is better to publish in local or more specific journals. In these cases, the editors will notify authors of such a decision within a few weeks so that the author can find a more suitable journal for their manuscript without losing too much time.
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First, please check that all of the email addresses that have been provided for the co-authors are correct. The co-author verification emails are often redirected to junk/spam email folders. Please ensure that the co-authors have checked their junk/spam email folders. If the co-authors have not received the emails at all, they can email the editorial office directly here and we will be able to manually add the verification to the system.
We would be glad to have you review articles. If you would like to do so, please send us your CV and a brief statement of your research interests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Access is the free and unrestricted online availability of content. This means that anyone can read, download, copy, distribute, crawl, print, search or extract data from open access material. JMMR publishes open access articles.
Every manuscript submitted for publication to our journal, is checked for plagiarism after submission and before being sent to an editor for editorial review.
The percentage of plagiarism is calculated by software and also assessed manually.
The manuscripts in which plagiarism is detected are handled based on the extent of plagiarism present in the manuscript.
<25% plagiarism: the manuscript is assigned a manuscript ID and is immediately sent back to the authors for content revision.
>25% plagiarism: The manuscript is not assigned a manuscript ID and rejected without editorial review. The authors are advised to revise the plagiarized parts of the manuscript and resubmit it as a fresh manuscript.
Journal pre-proofs are Articles in Press that have been peer reviewed and accepted for publication by the Editorial Board of this publication. They have undergone enhancements after acceptance, such as the addition of a cover page and metadata, and formatting for readability, but are not yet definitive versions of record. These versions will undergo additional copyediting, typesetting and review, and may not yet have full TFSS functionality. For example, supplementary files may still need to be added, links to references may not resolve yet, etc. The text could still change before final publication.
Although journal pre-proofs do not have all bibliographic details available yet, they can be cited using the year of online publication and the DOI, as follows: author(s), article title, Publication (year), DOI. Please consult the journal's reference style for the exact appearance of these elements, abbreviation of journal names, and use of punctuation.
When the final article is assigned to a volume/issue of the publication, the Article in Press version will be removed and the final version will appear in the associated published volumes/issues of the publication. The date the article was first made available online will be carried over.
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