Open Medscience provides a platform for Open Access Publishing through its Blog and the peer-reviewed Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy (JDIT) on the topics of medical imaging modalities and theranostics according to the aims and scope.
The JDIT peer-review process is coordinated by the Editorial Director to complete an initial assessment of your article within 3 days of submission. If successful, the article will enter the peer-review process which should be completed within 28 days leading to a successful e-publication.
Benefits of Open Access Publishing
- On publication, the JDIT article will be assigned a CrossRef DOI number and HTML CrossMark to indicate the current version.
- All articles published on the Open Medscience platform will undergo Search Engine Optimisation(SEO) prior to publication in a routine effort to make them more search engine friendly, with a focus on Google search.
- The Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy is registered in the ROAD (Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resource) database.
- JDIT articles where possible are stored in the British Library, Internet Archive and PDF-Archive.
- Open Medscience aims to maximise exposure of the published article throughout its extensive media links.
- JDIT adopts the COPE (Code of Conduct for Journal Editors).
All medical imaging articles are published on the open access platform under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) initiative for the free dissemination of scientific knowledge. This licence allows for the free and unlimited access to the full-text of all articles published by Open Medscience; all published material is free to be used only if proper citation of the original publication is stated; the open access publication is supported by the authors’ institutions and various funding bodies
Disclaimer: The published article may contain images, figures and table formats which may have been from other published sources. In these cases, the Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy including the Blog published by Open Medscience Limited does not hold the copyright for the published material. Therefore, all authors must seek permission to re-license the published content from the original copyright holder to ascertain whether this material can be used in other media formats.
At Open Medscience, we aim to improve the way research findings are addressed and communicated. Therefore, Open Medscience will be open to any suggestions and are committed to working with authors, readers and editorial board members and reviewers to improve the future of open access publishing.You Are Here: Home » Home » about us