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Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
The submission has NOT been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration.
There must be a corresponding author (not more than 2 in a manuscript) clearly indicated in the title page, with his/her full academic affiliation, contact information (email, tel., fax).
The corresponding author is the person who is taking full responsibilities of the manuscript being prepared following research and publishing integrity and ethics.
The galley proof will be sent to the corresponding author for proofreading. Meanwhile, the galley proof might be also “carbon copy, CC”to the submitting individual, but not for all articles.
The submitting author is the person who submits the manuscript (usually via online submission portal) to the journal. The submitting author is not necessarily the corresponding author, however, upon receiving the manuscript submitted by the individual (submitting author) other than the corresponding author, we assume that the submitting author has obtained explicit permission from the corresponding author to do so, and we assume that the corresponding author is fully aware of and approves the submission and will oversee the editorial procedures of the manuscript.
In this circumstance, if deemed necessary (not for all submissions), a submission approval letter from the corresponding author must be provided, and the corresponding author should provide such letter before we do any processing of the manuscript.
Valid Email Address
The submitting author and corresponding author are responsible for providing valid and attended email address, and should check the email regularly (including the junk mail / spam folders), in order not to delay the editorial procedure.
The submission file is in Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
The text is double-spaced, using 12-point font; tables can be inserted in the maintext or uploaded as separate files, figures should be uploaded as separate files. Figure legends and Table captions muse be provided. Figure format can be JPG, EPS or TIFF. Figure files should be properly labeled.
All figures, tables are cited in the maintext in numeric sequence. All patients identifying marks have been removed from the figures.
Please add line numbers and page numbers in the maintext Word document.
All authors certify that he or she has participated sufficiently in the intellectual content, the analysis of data. Each author has reviewed the final version of the manuscript and approves it for publication. Should the editors request the data upon which the work is based, the authors shall produce it.
All contents of manuscript must be written in English.
The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which can be found in About the Journal.
There must be a title page included in the manuscript maintext, with all authors' affiliations and addresses fully provided (including city and country), the corresponding author's email, telephone and fax number are also clearly given.
A short title (running title) of up to 45 characters (with spaces) should be provided.
Please underline the LAST NAME for each author!
A cover letter should concisely present the significance of the submission and why it is appropriate to publish in the journal.
The authors should declare any conflict of interests related to this manuscript.
Any studies involving patients or volunteer subjects or animals should have the ethics committee (IRB) approval and informed consent, and this should be clearly stated in the manuscript. The written informed consents should be retained by the author and must be provided upon editor's request.
The authors have obtained permission for the use of text, tables, and/or illustrations from any copyrighted sources, and agree to supply such written permissions to this Journal upon request. Patient informed consent must be obtained for the preparation of case report(s).
When entering the submission's Metadata, make sure all authors are entered, not just the submitting or corresponding author.
The first name and last name of each author must be in full instead of in initials.
All sources of funding and financial should be declared. Acknowledgements should be brief and complete.
If you prepare your manuscript using a reference managing software (such as Endnote), you should remove the field codes before submission.
All references are cited in the maintext in numeric sequence. There should be no references citations in the Abstract section.
This is an open access journal and publication is supported by the article publishing charge (APC), by submitting your manuscript, you agree that your are going to pay such APC if your manuscript is accepted for publication after review.
- Authors are encouraged to provide at least 3 potential reviewers who have not conflict of interests with all authors.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content, by this way, we make research freely available to the public and support a greater global exchange of knowledge.
By default, Elmer Press publishes all articles under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International CC-BY-NC 4.0), which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Copyright, license, and permission for authors
The authors retain the copyright of their published articles, and the corresponding author has the right to grant on behalf of all authors the license (Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License) to the publisher. This license allows authors to use their own articles for their own non-commercial purposes without seeking permission from us, but should provide proper acknowledgement and citation of the first publication in our journal. If the use is for commercial purpose, the authors should obtain permission from us, and a fee may apply.
The non-commercial use may include the following:
1) Post a fulltext or abstract of their own article on their own personal or institutional websites.
2) Making a reasonable number of copies for personal or non-commercial professional use, e.g. for authors’ own teaching tasks.
3) Republishing part or the entire article in a book or other publication edited by the author.
4) Using the article in a course pack or compilation (whether paper or electronic) in the authors’ institution. This does not apply if a commercial charge is made for the compilation or training program.
Permission for the third parties
Anyone (other than the authors) is free to reuse, change and build upon the work non-commercially, but the new work must be non-commercial and the original source must be acknowledged and cited. Any third party who wants to reproduce an article, in part or fulltext, for commercial proposes, should seek our permission, a fee may apply.
The online version of the Cardiology Research contains all of the information and material contained in the print version plus the additional material that may not appear in print, such as large data sets or videos. The online version may be more current than the print version. The online version of the Cardiology Research is the definitive version and, to the extent any difference exists, will prevail over the print version.
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.
Reviewers provide comments for the editor and for the authors. The Journal expects reviewers to treat manuscripts as confidential communications and not to use the content for their own purposes or make copies of the manuscripts. Reviewers are also expected to declare to the editor any possible conflicts of interest.