Manuscript Preparation Guidelines

To ensure the highest quality publication of your manuscript, please adhere to the following preparation guidelines:

  1. General Formatting: Use a standard font (e.g., Times New Roman or Arial) in 12-point size. Include page numbers and Use 1-inch margins on all sides.

  2. Sections: Organize your manuscript into the following sections: title page, abstract, introduction, materials and methods / case presentation, results, discussion, acknowledgments, references, tables, and figures.

  3. Title Page: Include the title of the manuscript, the names and affiliations of all authors, the corresponding author's contact information, and a short running title. Read More

  4. Abstract Provide an abstract of no more than 250 words that summarizes the purpose, methods, results, and conclusions of the study.

  5. Keywords: Provide a list of 4 to 6 keywords that best represent the content of the manuscript.

  6. Introduction: Clearly state the purpose and objectives of the study, provide relevant background information, and explain the significance of the research.

  7. Materials and Methods: Describe the materials & methods used in the study in sufficient detail to allow others to replicate the research.

    If Your Paper is Case Report

    Case Presentation: The case presentation should include the patient's demographic information, medical history, presenting symptoms, and physical examination findings. Any relevant laboratory, radiographic or other diagnostic test results should also be included.

  8. Results: Present the results of the study in a logical and concise manner, using appropriate statistical analyses.

  9. Discussion: Interpret and discuss the results, and relate them to the study objectives and the existing literature.

  10. Conclusions: The conclusion section of a manuscript serves as a final summary and reflection on the main findings and implications of the study. It allows the authors to highlight the significance of their work and provide a closing statement.

  11. Acknowledgments: Acknowledge individuals or organizations that provided assistance or funding for the study.

  12. Ethical Guidelines: Provide a statement of compliance with relevant ethical guidelines, including any necessary approvals from institutional review boards or ethics committees.

  13. Conflict of Interest: Disclose any potential conflicts of interest that may influence the results or interpretations of the manuscript.

  14. References: Use a standard citation format and follow our journal's citation style guidelines. Please ensure that all references are cited in the text and that the reference list is complete.

  15. Tables and Figures: Present data in tables and figures as needed, and ensure that they are clear, concise, and easy to understand.

  16. Supplementary Materials: Provide any supplementary materials such as data sets, videos, or images as separate files.

  17. Proofreading: Ensure that your manuscript has been proofread for grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors.

Note: Format Preferably in Word Document (DOC, DOCX) Like Sample Manuscript Paper

By following these manuscript preparation guidelines, you can ensure that your manuscript is ready for submission to our journal. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in submitting your manuscript to our journal. We welcome original research articles, reviews, case reports, and other types of articles related to our scope.

To ensure a smooth and efficient review process, please follow these manuscript submission guidelines:

  1. Format: Please submit your manuscript in Microsoft Word or a compatible format. Use 12-point font, 1-inch margins, and Include page numbers. Figures and tables should be embedded within the text, or provided as separate files.

  2. Cover Letter: Include a cover letter that explains the significance and originality of the study, and highlights the key findings of the manuscript.

  3. Title Page: The title page should include the title of the manuscript, the names and affiliations of all authors, corresponding author's contact information, and a short running title.

  4. Abstract: Provide an abstract of no more than 250 words that summarizes the purpose, materials & methods / case presentaion, results, and conclusions of the study.

  5. Main Manuscript: Your manuscript should be structured with an introduction, materials & methods / case presentaion, results, and discussion sections. Acknowledgments, references, and any additional information should be provided at the end of the manuscript.

  6. References: Use a standard citation format and follow our journal's citation style guidelines. Please ensure that all references are cited in the text and that the reference list is complete.

  7. Tables and Figures: Present data in tables and figures as needed, and ensure that they are clear, concise, and easy to understand.

  8. Supplementary Materials: Supplementary materials such as data sets, videos, or images should be provided as separate files.

  9. Submitting Your Manuscript: Submit your manuscript through our Online Submission system. Please ensure that you have included all required documents and that your manuscript adheres to our journal's formatting and ethical guidelines.

If You have Images and Tables in Seperatly Archive all files in .zip Format By Using ZIP Converter and then Submit.

We look forward to receiving your manuscript and will ensure that it is reviewed promptly and fairly. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us at: contact@gavinpublishers.org

Author Corrections: Suggestions from the authors, before or after the publication process, are acceptable and ensure that the corrections are clearly legible.

Manuscript Publication Process
  1. Manuscript Preparation: Write your research/case report/review/other type manuscript following the guidelines provided by the target journal, ensuring proper formatting and adherence to specific requirements.

  2. Journal Selection: Identify the most appropriate journal for your manuscript based on scope, audience, impact factor, and relevance to your research field.

  3. Submission: Submit your manuscript to the chosen journal via our Online Submission system, providing author information, abstract, keywords, and supporting materials or data.

  4. Editorial Review: The manuscript undergoes an initial review by the journal's editorial office to check adherence to guidelines, perform a plagiarism check, and evaluate its suitability for the journal.

  5. Plagiarism Check: The submitted manuscript is screened for potential plagiarism using sophisticated software to ensure that proper credit is given to all sources.

  6. Peer Review: If the manuscript passes the initial review, it is sent for peer review. Independent experts in the field (reviewers) evaluate the quality, methodology, significance, and validity of the research and provide feedback and recommendations.

  7. Decision: The editor makes a decision based on the peer reviewers' feedback, which may include acceptance, minor/major revision, or rejection.

  8. Revision and Resubmission: If revisions are requested, address the reviewers' comments and submit a revised version along with a cover letter explaining the changes made.

  9. Peer Review (Revised Manuscript): The revised manuscript may go through another round of peer review to ensure the addressed issues have been appropriately resolved.

  10. Acceptance and Production: Once the revised manuscript is deemed satisfactory, the editor accepts it for publication. The manuscript undergoes copyediting, typesetting, and proofreading by the journal's production team.

  11. Article Processing Charges (APCs): After acceptance, authors may be required to pay an Article Processing Charge to cover the costs associated with publishing the article. APCs vary depending on the journal and country.

  12. Author Approval: Authors may be asked to review and approve the final version of the manuscript before publication.

  13. Publication: The manuscript is published online or in print, assigned a digital object identifier (DOI), and made available to the public through the journal's website or other platforms.

  14. Post-Publication: After publication, the article may receive further attention, citations, and feedback from the research community.

It's important to note that the publication process can vary between different journals and disciplines, and the specific details of each step may vary.

Manuscript Withdrawal Policy

Authors may wish to withdraw their manuscript after submitting it to Gavin Publishers. We understand that circumstances can arise that necessitate the withdrawal of a manuscript and we will work with authors to facilitate this process.

To withdraw a manuscript, the corresponding author must send a written request to the editorial office via email. The request should include the following information:

  • ● The title of the manuscript
  • ● The name of the corresponding author
  • ● The reason for withdrawing the manuscript

Once the request has been received, the editorial office will confirm the withdrawal with the corresponding author and all other authors listed on the manuscript. If the manuscript has already been assigned to an editor or reviewers, they will be notified of the withdrawal.

If a manuscript is withdrawn after acceptance and before publication, the corresponding author will be asked to pay 50% of the invoice amount. Each and every manuscript submission costs us (Gavin Publishers) a certain amount along with overhead cost during processing. Once a manuscript's peer review process is completed (which can often happen within a week), and it has been worked into a journal issue, we have incurred costs on our end that need to be reimbursed.

Please note that authors are responsible for ensuring that their manuscript is ready for submission and has met all relevant ethical and publishing standards before submitting it for consideration. Withdrawal requests based on disputes among authors or between authors and their institutions regarding authorship, data ownership, or other issues cannot be considered.

We understand that withdrawing a manuscript can be a difficult decision for authors and we will do our best to accommodate their needs while also maintaining the integrity of our publication process. If you have any questions or concerns about manuscript withdrawal or article processing fees, please don't hesitate to contact us at: contact@gavinpublishers.org.

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