In accordance with typical definitions of open access in scientific literatures, ClinMed International Library defines and firms the open access by the below appended norms
- Peer-reviewed scholarly articles is freely available without subscription or price fences
- Accepted article undergo copyediting where the format is set according to the Journal style. Before publication, the galley proof is sent to the author for final confirmation of error free publication
From the start journal aims to publish articles under the norms of Creative Common Attribution License. This encloses that all academic articles published in ClinMed journals can be taken from external sources, screened by search engines, acquired by applications or websites, blogs, etc. free of charge under the solitary condition of proper endorsement of the source and inventive publisher. ClinMed Journals trusts that open access publishing adopts the altercation of research results amongst scientists, thus facilitating interdisciplinary research. Open access publishing also provides access to researchers wide-reaching, including those from developed countries, and to an interested broad-spectrum community.
Advantages of Open Access for Authors
The elevated Accessibility and Prominence in vicinity of our open access articles is definite through the free and unlimited availability of the publication over the Internet. One and all can freely access and download the full text of all solicited articles published with ClinMed. Open access publications are also more likely to be included in search engines and indexing databases.
Lesser Dissemination Costs: Open access publishers ensure their costs for editorial handling and editing of a paper by charging authors' institutes or research funding agencies. The cost of handling and producing an article is covered through the one-time payment of an article as article processing charges respectively.
from ClinMed open access journals are currently available in electronic version. Reprints are also available upon request by authors with a minimum order of 100 copies.