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Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology  Open Access

    About JCRO

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    Introduction

    The Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology (JCRO) is the premier, peer-reviewed scientific research publication of Peertechz. The Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology is an initiative to urge the authors, researchers, doctors and individuals to research and write manuscripts that can play a prominent role in furthering the research. The editorial board of JCRO is a committed team of experts that ensures quality publishing of complete and reliable sources of information on discoveries and current developments in field of Ophthalmology.

    Prerequisite of the Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

    JCRO is a response to the need to dramatically increase in applied and diagnostic methodologies, clinical prevention and specialized treatment for eye and vision care. At Peertechz, we believe that education and prevention are the ultimate keys to extending good health to those who don't have it.The Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology works with an ultimate objective that the manuscripts it is publishing increases awareness of the important developments in eye health.

    Value-addition of Journal of Clinical Research and OphthalmologyThe open access Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology are freely available on the public internet domain, allowing any end users to read, download, copy, distribute, and link to the full texts of the articles.Peertechz aims to provide high quality, meticulously reviewed and rapid publication, to cater the insistent need of scientific community interested in JCRO.The Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology will release special issues edited by existing and guest editors.All publications are promoted via social networking sites like LinkedIn, Twitter and Face book etc. The scholarly Journal is rapidly available, and easy to get worldwide through internet for development of this field.

    Peer Review Process

    Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology adheres to double-blind peer review policy for the submitted manuscripts. In double-blind peer review system, the identity of both the author and reviewer is kept hidden. As the reviewers are unaware who wrote the manuscript, they cannot be influenced by their standing within a research community. Moreover, reviewers feel free to comment on the works of experienced and experts of a discipline.In order to expedite the review process; authors are suggested to send two documents- Title page and manuscript. The title page will contain the details of the corresponding authors and co-authors. However; it is not mandatory to send two documents.

    Journal Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement

    JCRO publication ethics and publication malpractice statement is mainly based on Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines. We strictly adhere to the ethical guidelines for non-discriminatory publication and expect the same from the authors, editors and reviewers. We have summarized the expected ethical duties under following aspects:

    Editors' ethical duties

    Unbiased Publication decisions: The editors of JCRO will be responsible for evaluating the quality quotient of the articles submitted for the publication for the journal. The editors should ensure that the articles are evaluated for the content and not for the authors name, race, gender, religious belief, origin and citizenship.

    Abiding to the law: The editors must be well-versed with the policies of the journal's editorial board and the changes incorporated therein according to the prevailing legal requirements regarding copyright issues, plagiarism and defamation.

    Maintaining Privacy: The editors are expected not to disclose any information about a submitted manuscript to anyone other than the corresponding author(s), reviewers and other concerned members of the editorial board.

    Providing constructive feedback: The editors are expected to provide constructive feedback to the authors in order to enhance the quality of the articles and to boost up the research process in the respective field.

    Reviewers' ethical duties Assisting editors in Peer Review Process: Reviewers' are expected to promptly assist the editors in peer review and in communication with the authors for improving the quality of the manuscripts.

    Managing time and workload: The reviewers should ensure that they complete the review process within stipulated time so that manuscripts are processed and reach the publication stage on fast track basis. The consistency in publication will also enforce a feeling of trust among the authors.

    Maintaining privacy: The reviewers' should maintain the privacy of the manuscripts during and after the review process and should discuss about the manuscripts only with the authorized editor(s).

    The reviewers' are expected to identify and evaluate the resources cited by the authors. They should report to the authorized editors about any plagiarism or any significant similarity or overlap between the manuscript under consideration and any other published or unpublished paper(s).

    Providing constructive and unbiased feedbacks: The reviewers' are expected to ensure that while providing feedbacks to the authors, the language used is appropriate and should not include any personal criticism or objectionable content.

    Authors' ethical duties

    Honest and original research: The authors are the base of any publication. We expect that our authors present accurate, original and objective research in the form of manuscripts. The manuscripts should contain sufficient detail and references to permit others to replicate the work.

    Retaining data: The authors are expected to preserve the raw data and any other valuable information related to the research. The editorial board may review the raw data in relation to the manuscript under publication consideration.  

    Avoiding parallel publication: The authors are advised not to publish same manuscripts in more than one journal. Submitting the same manuscript to more than one Journal or publication will be considered unethical. Such behaviour is convicting and unacceptable.

    Proper citation: The authors are expected to cite properly the publications that have been influential in determining the nature of the reported work.

    Reporting errors: The authors are expected to notify the editors or publisher any inaccuracy or error in the submitted manuscript immediately. It is the responsibility of the authors to promptly notify the journal editor or publisher about the errors and cooperate with the editors to withdraw or correct the submitted manuscript.

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