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Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

Before going to submit manuscript, authors should follow author guidelines.

Article Format

Title: Title should be unique, concise, specific and informative

Authors: Names of Corresponding author and Co-authors should be mentioned with their complete affiliation details.

Abstract: Abstract should be brief and Informative not more than 200 words. Authors should not cite references in the abstract section.

Keywords: 3 to 8 keywords can include.

Manuscript: The main text authors can organize on their own way of the research demands. The basic components of the manuscript will be suitable are:

  • Introduction
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • References 

 Introduction: Should be explained with reviewing relevant knowledge of the subject. 

Materials and Methods: May divide into subheadings. Authors should include adequate experimental data. Authors should include a complete description of protocols and experimental procedures. If the experimental reports on human or animal subjects, authors should mention an Ethics Approval Statement.

Results and Discussion: In the results section authors should explain clear experimental results. Cite the references and mention the other studies is permitted.

In the discussion section authors should mention key findings of the study. It should context the importance and novelty of the work. Authors should explain limitations of the study.

Conclusion: In this section authors should explain final say on the experiment that they have mentioned in the manuscript.

References: Archives of Medical and Clinical Research follows Harvard alphabetical Style. The citation of the references in the entire text should be mentioned at the appropriate place by the Author’s name followed by year. If there are more than two authors, the first author’s name should be followed by et al.

Literature references must be complete, including initials of authors, title of paper, and title of journal, year, followed by volume and first and last pages of article.

Submission Preparation Checklist

Authors must ensure that their submission complies with any of the following elements, and submissions that do not meet these criteria may be returned to the authors.

  1. The submission has never been published before, and it is not currently being considered by another journal.
  2. All corresponding writers and co–authors should have their full addresses and affiliations mentioned in the manuscript.
  3. A one-paragraph abstract of no more than 200 words is included in the manuscript.
  4. The text is single-spaced, with an 11-point Cambria font, and all images, figures, and tables are integrated into the text rather than at the end.
  5. The text complies with the "Author Instructions" in terms of stylistic and bibliographic criteria.
  6. Rather than being placed at the end of the document, all diagrams, figures, and tables are placed inside the text at the appropriate points.
  7. Microsoft Word-formatted submission files.
  8. Please describe each author's contribution to the report, such as study concept or design, data collection, data analysis or interpretation, writing the paper, and those who have contributed in other ways.

Article Publication Charges

Archives of Medical and Clinical Research published all its articles in Open Access Format. Readers can easily access the article without paying any subscription fee.

In addition to other publishing duties, authors pay a one-time Article Processing Charge (APC) to cover the costs of peer review administration and management, technical development of articles in PDF and other formats, and distribution of published papers in different databases.

Authors need to pay £ 900 GBP as Article Processing Charge (APC) only after the acceptance of the article. There is no charge for rejected articles.

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