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Special Journal of Open Research and Reviews is now accepting papers again for its Volume 1, issue 2. Your papers will be published in 4 weeks including [receipt, review, acceptance, and online publication]
We welcome you to the new normal way of doing things in this pandemic time. Data generated can be reviewed in retrospect to advance knowledge for sustainable development
Special Pathogens Review Journal is one of the open-access peer-reviewed journals published by the Special Journals publisher (SJP). SJ-PPJ was launched in 2015 with the mandate to publish high quality, novel, accurate, error-free, logical, valid, verifiable, plagiarism-free, and reproducible articles with the ultimate goal of helping to achieve global sustainable development.
Special Pathogens Review Journal publishes issue 1 from January to December every year and Issue 2 is published from July to December every year. Articles are published online on rolling bases as soon as peer review minimum policy of two or more expert reviewers recommends the acceptance of any article and it is subsequently approved for publication by the editorial council of the journal.
Vol 1 issue 2, now accepting papers for publication
Consequently, Vol 1 issue 2, is now open, and Bacterial, Fungal, Viral, and Parasites Pathogens Review papers in Human, Animal, and Plant research are now being accepted for publication from January 2021 to July 2021.
Types of Review papers
may include but not limited to; full-length review research papers, Mini-Reviews, Book Reviews, Bibliometrics, Register Reviews and review papers that fall in line with the Grant MJ, Booth A. A typology of reviews: an analysis of 14 review types and associated methodologies Published by the Health Info Libr J. 2009 Jun;26(2):91-108
- Critical review papers that aim to demonstrate that the writer has extensively researched literature and critically evaluated its quality. Goes beyond mere description to include the degree of analysis and conceptual innovation. Typically results in the hypothesis or model.
- Literature review papers that outline the generic term: published materials that provide an examination of recent or current literature. It can cover a wide range of subjects at various levels of completeness and comprehensiveness. May include research findings
- Mapping review/systematic map that describes in groups and categorize existing literature from which to commission further reviews and/or primary research by identifying gaps in the research literature.
- Meta-analysis papers that statistically combine the results of quantitative studies to provide a more precise effect of the results.
- Mixed studies review/mixed methods review, that refers to any combination of methods where one significant component is a literature review (usually systematic). Within a review context, it refers to a combination of review approaches for example combining quantitative with qualitative research or outcome with process studies.
- Overview papers Generic term: summary of the [medical] literature that attempts to survey the literature and describe its characteristics.
- Qualitative systematic review/qualitative evidence synthesis outlines a method for integrating or comparing the findings from qualitative studies. It looks for ‘themes’ or ‘constructs’ that lie in or across individual qualitative studies.
- Rapid review is about the assessment of what is already known about a policy or practice issue, by using systematic review methods to search and critically appraise existing research.
- A scoping review that defines the preliminary assessment of the potential size and scope of available research literature. Aims to identify the nature and extent of research evidence (usually including ongoing research).
- State-of-the-art review papers that tend to address more current matters in contrast to other combined retrospective and current approaches. May offer new perspectives on an issue or point out areas for further research.
- A systematic review that seeks to systematically search for, appraise and synthesize research evidence, often adhering to guidelines on the conduct of a review.
- Systematic search and review combine the strengths of critical review with a comprehensive search process. Typically addresses broad questions to produce ‘best evidence synthesis’.
- Systematized review that attempts to include elements of the systematic review process while stopping short of the systematic review. Typically conducted as a postgraduate student assignment.
- Umbrella review should specifically refer to review compiling evidence from multiple reviews into one accessible and usable document. Focuses on the broad conditions or problems for which there are competing interventions and highlights reviews that address these interventions and their results.
7. Submit your: Original papers, reviews, meta-analysis, in-silico studies, short communication, abstracts, conference papers, case studies, letters to the editor, books, book chapters, book reviews, thesis, dissertations, etc for peer review and publication in 4 weeks