FAQs

1. What is an Open Access?

Open Access is the practice of providing unrestricted access to the scholarly research published in a scientific journal through the internet. The scholarly content published can be reused without any restriction as long as the authors are acknowledged, and their work is cited properly.

2. Which Open Access model does EMRES Publishers follows?

We at EMRES Publishers follow gold open access model where final version of all the articles accepted after peer review will be made accessible for everyone.

3. What type of articles do EMRES journals publish?

EMRES journals publish Research, Review, Commentaries, Case Reports, Perspectives, Mini-reviews, Hypothesis, Short communications, Letters, Clinical/Medical Images, etc.

4. How do I submit a manuscript for publication?

If you are ready with your manuscript submission then you can submit it online by clicking here If you find any difficulty in submitting the manuscript only then you can forward it to us as an email attachment at submission@emresonline.org

5. How many days will it take for receiving first round of review comments?

The first round of review comments along with the decision from editorial board member will be received within 45 days from submission of manuscript.

6. Is there any word limit for writing manuscripts?

There is no word limit for Research/Review articles. Restrictions in word limit are applicable for editorials (≤ 1200 words) and Case reports/Short communications/Letters (≤ 2500 words).

7. Where can I find a detailed description of manuscript preparation guidelines?

All the guidelines pertaining to manuscript preparation are available at: https://www.emresonline.org/article-preparation-instructions.html

8. How can I contact the Editorial Office?

If you have any questions then you can contact us by clicking here and one of our representatives will respond to your question within 24 hours.

9. What are the article processing charges for journals of EMRES Publishers?

To view the article processing fees of EMRES journals please visit https://www.emresonline.org/publication-fees.html

10. What does the article processing charges cover?

The article processing charges collected by EMRES journals is used as offset expenses for editorial work, technical infrastructure and innovation, production of articles, marketing of journal and content, customer service etc.

11. Will my ability to pay influence consideration of my paper?

No, ability to pay will not influence editorial decisions at all as editors are completely unaware of financial arrangements as well as waiver requests.

12. What if I can’t afford a fee of GBP 2209?

EMRES Journals will not inhibit the submission of excellent works by scholars due to insufficient access to funds. We will consider fee reduction requests on a case-by-case basis and individuals may be granted a reduction in publication fee in cases of genuine need.

13. In which databases are EMRES journals indexed?

EMRES journals are newly launched journal and are in their budding stages and hence, is currently not indexed in any of the databases. We will be submitting the journals for indexing after completion of 2 full volumes.

14. What are the impact factors of EMRES journals?

EMRES journals are newly launched and are in its budding stages and hence, the journals does not have impact factor as of now. As you might be aware that any journal needs to publish 2 full volumes to receive impact factor as it is calculated based on number of publications and citations for articles published in past 2 years.

15. Will my article appear in google scholar?

Yes, the papers published in journals of EMRES Publishers will appear in google scholar within 15 days after its online publication.

16. My article is funded by NIH will it appear in PubMed if it is accepted for publication?

Yes, the articles that are funded by NIH will appear in PubMed. The author who has funding from NIH need to visit https://www.nihms.nih.gov/db/sub.cgi, login as NIH researchers and submit the final peer-reviewed manuscripts in the portal.

17. Who holds copyright on articles published?

As per the terms outlined by Creative Commons Attribution, 4.0 International License authors retain the copyright. This allows users to use the work in a non-commercial way by acknowledging the author of original work.