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Criteria for Article Submission

This page provides an overview of the criteria for submitted content, the types of articles considered for publication in GAHMJ, and a summary of the article review process. More detailed guidelines for Case Reports, Peer Reviewed Articles, and Editor Reviewed Articles are available via the links under “Related Information” to the left.

Criteria for Submitted Content

Global Advances in Health and Medicine seeks content that is valid, original, important, credible, and educational (VOICE). Consider these questions when submitting your article:

  • Valid: Is the content of your article relevant and meaningful? If you are submitting a study, does it scientifically answer the question that it intended to answer?
  • Original: Does your article offer a cutting-edge perspective on the subject?
  • Important: Does your article provide information that will help to improve patient care?
  • Credible: Does your article include applicable statements about adherence to ethical guidelines and does it disclose conflicts of interest?
  • Educational: Does your article offer information that contributes to continuing medical education?

Types of Articles Considered for Publication

Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Case Reports
  • Case Series
  • Case Letters
  • Clinical Trial Articles
  • Pilot Studies and Brief Reports
  • Research Letters
  • Review Articles: Narratives, Systematic Reviews, and Meta-Analyses
  • Hypotheses

Editor-reviewed Articles

  • Letters to the Editor
  • Author Reply Letters
  • Book Reviews

Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Case Reports: Case Reports in Global Advances in Health and Medicine should have a word count of 1500 to 2500, should have 20 to 30 references and should be written in a clear and transparent manner, describing the key message unambiguously.
  • Case Series: Case Series word counts may vary depending on the number of cases presented.
  • Case Letters: Case Letters should have no more than 750 words.
  • Clinical Trial Articles: Clinical Trial Articles should have 3000 to 6000 words and no more than 50 references. Refer to the reporting guidelines at http://www.icmje.org, the website of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), and review the submission requirements in our Peer Reviewed Article Guidelines.
  • Pilot Studies and Brief Reports: Pilot Studies and Brief Reports should have 750 to 2000 words, 10 to 20 references, and a maximum of 4 tables/figures.
  • Research Letters: Research Letters should have 750 to 1500 words, a maximum of one table or figure, and up to 10 references.
  • Narrative Reviews: Narrative Reviews should have 3000 to 6000 words and no more than 50 references.
  • Systematic Reviews (including Meta-Analyses): Systematic Reviews should have 3000 to 6000 words and no more than 50 references. Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses should follow the PRISMA statement (www.prisma-statement.org) or the Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions (www.cochrane-handbook.org).
  • Hypotheses: Hypotheses should have 3000 to 6000 words. We encourage you to critically assess emerging therapies, discuss potential mechanisms of action, and suggest implications for the practice of medicine.

Editor-reviewed Articles

  • Letters to the Editor: Letters should not exceed 500 words of text with 7 to 10 references and should have no more than 5 authors. Letters will be published at the discretion of the editors and may be edited for length, style, and content.
  • Author Reply Letters: Author replies should not exceed 600 words of text and 8 references. Letters will be published at the discretion of the editors and may be edited for length, style, and content.
  • Book Reviews: Book Reviews are usually written by request, are generally 300 to 400 words in length and follow a structured format.

We encourage the submission of multimedia content. Additional guidance on peer reviewed articles can be found in the Peer Reviewed Article Guidelines on this website. Additional guidance on Editor-Reviewed Articles can be found in the Editor-Reviewed Article Guidelines on this website. See the links under “Related Information” on this page.

Summary of the Content Review Process

GAHMJ has a high-quality editorial and peer review process. We strive to make rapid and fair decisions about all submitted articles. Editor-Reviewed Articles are typically processed within 2 weeks. Peer Reviewed Articles usually take 6 to10 weeks to move through the review process (depending on recommended revisions). Articles of particular significance may be fast-tracked for publication. You are invited to submit original articles that inform and encourage collaboration and debate among the worldwide community of healthcare professionals to facilitate the global convergence of healthcare practices.