Why Publish in
Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences (MJMS)?
Choosing where to send a
paper is always a difficult decision. Here are several ways in which you
will benefit by publishing your paper in MJMS rather than another
dissemination. As an open access journal, articles in MJMS
will always be freely available online, from our website and from PubMed
Central, to anyone with internet access. This means that your work will
have the broadest possible audience—the entire world. And
have begun to suggest that open access articles get downloaded and cited
professional peer review. MJMS is run by a team of
experienced editors who have previously worked in medical publishing. The
professional editors work closely with academic editors and peer reviewers
to provide authors with an efficient, fair, and constructive review
Pre-submission inquiries. We are happy to look at abstracts or
full papers prior to submission and will let you know within 48 hours
whether we will consider the full paper.
publication. Because we are primarily an online journal, once a
paper is accepted we do not have to wait for space to become available in
the print journal before the paper is published. The time between
acceptance and online publication is normally around 6 weeks, and can be
expedited under special circumstances.
Journal. We are printing issues in the same time as they appeared
Author-friendly editing. We will not totally rewrite your paper
to conform to house style. We will, of course, help authors whose first
language is not English. In addition, we will not ask you to shorten your
paper unnecessarily, although we do require papers to be written
No need to
order reprints. Our open access license means that anyone can
reprint and distribute our content, so long as they credit the author and
cite the original source. Commercial publishing companies make huge
profits reprinting your work—now you have an alternative.
research has the chance to have a high impact. MJMS
continuously increase the quality of the content. Impact factors are only
one measure of a journal's importance. There are a number of ways of
measuring a journal's impact, including the influence it has on health
policy, how widely read its papers are, and how frequently the papers are
cited by other researchers.