FAQ

  • Is it possible to remove one of the co-authors during the manuscript revision stage? +

    You need to provide signed consent from all co-authors approving the change in the authorship including the author who is removed.
  • Is it possible to add new author during the process of manuscript revision? +

    It is unethical to add or remove an author once you have submitted your manuscript. Any changes to authorship should be made only with the approval of all the co-authors. The cover letter submitted with the revised manuscript should clearly mention why the new author was added and what was the exact contribution of the new author in the revised manuscript. You also need to provide signed consent from all co-authors approving the change in the authorship.
  • Does ACAM publishe a special issue? +

    Yes, special issues devoted to important topics. Please, write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details
  • How much time you will take to resolve a query? +

    It will be resolved within 24 hours. Write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Can I still make corrections to my article after it has been published online? +

    The online publication represents the official publication of research results. As soon as an article is published online, it can be cited and is quotable. If changes are then made, confusion can easily arise with authors citing different versions of the same publication. Therefore we decided not to make systematic use of the technical possibilities that an online publication offers and not to simply replace a published document with an updated one. After online publication, further changes can only be made in the form of an Erratum, which will be hyper-linked to the article. (An erratum or corrigendum is a correction of a published text. Publishers issue an erratum for a production error (i.e., an error introduced during the publishing process) and a corrigendum for an author's error.)
  • What happens if my paper gets rejected? Any other options? +

    We are committed to your publishing success. We can suggest an alternative journal for resubmitting your manuscript if the manuscript is more suitable for another journal.
  • What are the terms and conditions to withdraw my paper? +

    All accepted papers will be the property of “Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine”. Paper cannot be withdrawn at any condition once it is accepted.
  • How long will it take for my manuscript to be published? +

    From submission to acceptance it takes minimum 20 days unless you use Fast Track publication service, for more details please click here: http://bayrakol.org/tr/inquiry/inquiry-forms/fast-track-request Once your article has been accepted, it takes about 10 days for the article to be published online. The issue and volume will be arranged within 6 months, according to the queue in the scheduling.
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  • What is plagiarism? What is the Journal of "Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine" stance on plagiarism? +

    Plagiarism is a serious offense in the world of academic publications and science journalism. Committing plagiarism means an author used the ideas, content, text, etc. of someone else without crediting the source. All content of a manuscript originating from other than the author must be properly cited and referenced. Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine takes the issue of plagiarism very seriously. We screen all submissions to ACAM with effective anti-plagiarism software. Any incidents of plagiarism in a manuscript will result in an automatic rejection and possibly a permanent ban on any future submissions with our journal, depending on the seriousness of the offense.
  • How can I find out about the status of my manuscript? +

    Journal’s editorial office will contact you to let you know whether your article has been accepted, and what will happen next. Article Stages: • Acceptance confirmation • Creating PDF • Article proofs sent to the author • Corrected proofs returned by author • Article available online • Article published (in print and/or final electronic version)
  • Can I propose individuals for the peer review process? +

    Yes, you are welcome to propose reviewers. It will then be up to the editor as to whether these proposals are accepted.
  • How much time will you take for the review process? +

    It depends on the reviewer response. It will take min 1 to 2 weeks for it.
  • How many reviewers will evaluate/examine the submitted paper? +

    This journal uses a double-blind review process, which means that both the reviewer (s) and author (s) identities concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. All submitted manuscripts are reviewed by at least two reviewers.
  • Can I include my ORCID ID when submitting a manuscript? +

    Yes, we are using ORCID iDs in our manuscript submission system. When submitting your manuscript, the Corresponding author should add ORCID iD to the title page. The Corresponding author’s ORCID iD will be visible in the articles' PDF file.
  • Is there a guideline for preparing my manuscript? +

    You can find some guidelines that should be followed when creating your document clicking the following link: http://bayrakol.org/tr/about-acam/guidelines
  • Can I send only the abstract for review? +

    No, you have to send a full-length paper for the review process
  • How can I submit my manuscript? +

    You can submit your manuscript on the journal's creating a new account as an author: http://acamedicine.com
  • Editorial announcement regarding title change of 'Journal of Clinical and Analytical Medicine' to 'Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine' +

    Editorial announcement regarding title change of 'Journal of Clinical and Analytical Medicine' to 'Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine' As an editorial board, we are pleased to announce the title change of 'Journal of Clinical and Analytical Medicine' published by Bayrakol MP which publishes journals in the field of medicine to 'Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine' (Ann Clin Anal Med, ISSN: 2667-663X). From March 2019, the journal will be published under the new title 'Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine', its scope and website were updated in order to make more contributions to the international medical literature.With an international editorial board and science editors, our journal will continue to publish peer-reviewed, open access, and English-language scientific articles in the areas of clinical medicine.We are grateful to all of our authors for contributing their wonderful work and all the reviewers for their professional and thoughtful input in helping the journal to achieve its high standards.The new title, Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine, is a new beginning. We hope that Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine will continue to make fundamental contributions to the field of medical researches and help to strengthen communication and collaboration among researchers all over the world.For more information, please visit the new website for ACAM, check the link: http://bayrakol.org/tr/about-acam The articles should be submitted on the new website: http://acamedicine.com Best regards, Editorial Office Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine
  • I would like to take advantage of the Fast track publication option. Should I make payment made after receiving the acceptance letter? Or should I do it now? +

    I would like to take advantage of the Fast track publication option. Should I make payment made after receiving the acceptance letter? Or should I do it now? The fee should be paid after you upload your manuscript to the journal page. First, register in the system. Then log in. Then complete the process by paying the fee. After payment, we start the peer-review process.
  • If the article is rejected, is the $ 129 fast track publication fee refunded? +

    If the article is rejected, is the $ 129 fast track publication fee refunded? We generally do not evaluate articles that are not acceptable. But if after peer review evaluation the manuscript will be rejected, then the fee will not be paid back.
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