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Editor Guidelines ArvinMed International

Almost all the academic Journals have an Editorial Board consisting of selected professional and unpaid experts in the academic field covered by the journal. Editorial Board members act as the Ambassadors for the Journal.

Editorial Board Roles & Responsibilities include

  1. Subject Experts related to Journal theme.
  2. Provide expert advice on content and quality of the Journal.
  3. Advise on journal scope and policies.
  4. Provide content by writing occasional editorials and other short articles of interest.
  5. To ensure a supply of high-quality manuscripts to the Publishing House in quantities that can maintain the publishing schedule of the journal; if insufficient manuscripts are being submitted, then you should discuss how to address this with your publishing contact.
  6. To keep vision that the subject matter of the manuscripts reflects any changes of direction in the field of study to incorporate newly-emerging work; this may necessitate inviting articles or special issues.
  7. Normally each editor has to review/process at least two manuscripts per month.
  8. Editor consistently improves the journal standards by handling meticulous peer review.
  9. They should communicate with other board members of that particular journal regarding steady stream of articles, peer-review process, reviewers response within the deadline set, quality of published material.
  10. They should have skills to rewrite the manuscripts which may have poorly written sometimes.
  11. Editor /reviewer should comment on paper as it is Major revision/Minor revision/Re-review.
  12. To keep vision that the subject matter of the manuscripts reflects any changes of direction in the field of study to incorporate newly-emerging work; this may necessitate inviting articles or special issues.
  13. Give suggestion in selection of the editorial board, in co-operation with your publishing contact.
  14. Being vigilant in avoiding the possibility of editors and/or referees delaying a manuscript for suspect reasons is very important.
  15. Informing authors about the norms and guidelines is essential and monitoring is ethical along with assisting in rectifying the errors.
  16. To provide strategic input into the journal’s development. The publishing contact will be in touch regularly to report on the journal’s performance and suggest possible strategies for development, as well as discuss your suggestions.
  17. Encouragement in highlighting commercial advertising, supplement, and reprint opportunities, if these forms act as important sources of revenue generation for the journal.
  18. Promotion of the journal among peers and colleagues.

Due to enormous number of submissions and the scope of the journal being broad it might not possible for one editor to make informed decisions about submissions in all subject areas. So categorically referred as with respect to contributions.

    1. Editor-in-chief.
    2. Co-Editors.
    3. Associate Editors.
    4. Section Editors.
    5. Editorial Advisor.
    6. External Editors.
    7. Guest Editors.