Open Journal
of Medicine
The really free and open
biomedical journal
http://ojmedicine.com
Open access
OJM provides unrestricted access to all its
articles.
Indexing
Articles published in OJM receive a DOI and
are...
Traditionally, authors submit their
manuscripts to scientific journals where
manuscripts were subjected to rounds of
peer-...
Classic peer-review
The path to publishing a scientific paper has two major
obstacles: first, the editor of a journal has ...
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Introducing open journal of medicine

  1. 1. Open Journal of Medicine The really free and open biomedical journal http://ojmedicine.com
  2. 2. Open access OJM provides unrestricted access to all its articles. Indexing Articles published in OJM receive a DOI and are indexed in main indexes. Archiving Articles are archived in main repositories. About OJM
  3. 3. Traditionally, authors submit their manuscripts to scientific journals where manuscripts were subjected to rounds of peer-review until the manuscript was finally accepted or rejected. Self-publishing allows authors to publish their works directly. As articles are published in the submitted version, authors do not incur in article processing charges or submission charges so publishing is completely free. Self publish
  4. 4. Classic peer-review The path to publishing a scientific paper has two major obstacles: first, the editor of a journal has to decide that a paper is potentially “interesting” enough for publication in their journal; if it passes that threshold, it is then sent out for “peer review” by two to four people chosen by the editor. Post-publication peer review Reviews are submitted after publication, because the paper needs to be publicly accessible in order for any scientist to be able to review it. Post publication peer review
  5. 5. It is completely free!! Submit Now

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