AIMS AND SCOPE

The Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine (E-ISSN: 2667-663X) was founded in 2009 by Derman Medical Publishing.  The journal is an international open-access journal containing peer-reviewed high-quality articles in clinical medicine in the areas of all research study types, reviews, and case reports. Our journal has become an important platform with the help of language support services, which make it easier for writers who have English as their second language to share their clinical experiences with the world. Our Journal is dedicated to the dissemination of the unique papers to all researchers, scientists, and clinicians to promote and share progress within the scope of the journal. The journal is published six times in a year and in January, March, May, July, September, and November. Articles in English are accepted. The authors undertake all scientific responsibility for their manuscripts. All the printed and digital content of this journal is archived in the ULAKBİM National Databases.

 

Journal title abbreviation: Ann Clin Anal Med

E-ISSN: 2667-663X

Publisher: Derman Medical Publishing

 


Statistical Editing

Data collection, follow-up method and statistical methods (detailed) used in the manuscripts are reviewed by experienced statisticians.

Peer Review Process

When the submitted articles arrived to the journal, one of the Editors read each manuscript. Editors have to decided first decision very quickly. We aim to reach a first decision on all manuscripts within one or two weeks of submission. During the first decision, journal editors mainly check: does the manuscript fit the journals scope and aim and minimum acceptable quality? Is the manuscript compliant with the journals instructions for author? Editor decides whether or not to send it for full peer review. If a paper is rejected without external review, authors are notified electronically on decision time by email. We retain copies of rejected manuscripts for three months, after which we delete them from our system. Only after clearing the initial screening is the manuscript sent to double blind peer reviews.  Minimum of two peer reviewers are selected for peer-review process. Names of reviewers and authors are not revealed to each other. We ask authors to declare potential conflicts of interest any of the reviewers. The final decision concerning the manuscript is made during the regular Editorial meeting. All the evaluation reports from the reviewers are reviewed and final decision is reached on the base of originality, quality, importance, scientific merit and ethical issues of the article. All authors are asked to submit any conflict of interest and complete and sign the Copyright Release Form. We send the reviewers’ comments to authors whether or not we accept the article. Linguistic corrections are made by the native English language editors when we think that it is acceptable. If the manuscript does not seem to fit, it may be better sent straight to another journal.