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 | Post date: 2020/04/6 | 

About Journal of Police Medicine:

Journal of Police Medicine (p-ISSN: 2228-6241),(e-ISSN: 2283-3483) is open access, peer-reviewed, quarterly journal dedicated to improving the quality of care and increasing the knowledge in the field of medicine and health by publishing high-quality articles concerning police medicine and related disciplines. The journal publishes articles on forensic medicine, traffic medicine, emergency medical services, epidemics, addiction and drug abuse, police psychology, police health, trauma and injuries related to police activities, crisis medicine, bioinformatics, health education for police, bioterrorism, critical care, disaster and trauma management, environmental diseases, toxicology, health policy and ethics, and other related topics.

Following types of articles are supported:

Original/Research Article

Review Articles (narrative, systematic, meta-analysis)

Brief Report

Case Report

Letter to the Editor

 

Journal Information

Journal of Police Medicine (ISSN: 2228-6241) and (e-ISSN: 2283-3483)

Chairman: Dr. Mohammadreza Hosseini,

Editor in Chief: Dr. Hadi Shirzad

Statistical and Methodology Secretary: Dr. Anoushirvan Kazemnejad

Assistant Editor: Dr. Alireza Baratlou

Executive Manager: Dr. Reza Mohammadi

Technical Support and System Manager: Eng. Parastoo Shahbazi

Editor: Eng. Sepideh Farhang

Layout: Iman Osivand

Technical Supervisor: Dr. Reza Hosseiniara

 

Owner and Publisher: Police Sciences and Social Studies Institute, Tehran, Iran

Address:

Journal of Police Medicine, Applied Research Center of Police Medicine, Valiasr Hospital, Valiasr Street, Tehran, Iran.

Postal Code: 1417944661

Phone: +98-21-88777876

Fax: +98-21-88777876

Website: http://teb.police.ir/teb/index.php?slc_lang=en&sid=1

Support Contact (For all queries): 
Journalpolicemedicinepolice.ir,  Tbw.webmannagergmail.com

Production Contact: 
jpolicemedgmail.com

 

Submission process:

The title page and manuscript text file should be separately submitted online via the online submission system.

Manuscript preparation:

Please follow the author's guidline.

 

Declarations:

Authorship

Based on the ICJME recommendations "all those designated as authors should meet all four criteria for authorship, and all who meet the four criteria should be identified as authors. Those who do not meet all four criteria should be acknowledged". Author contribution should be stated in the declaration section. All authors should be accountable for all sections of the manuscript and declare that it is written originally and there is no data fabrication; data falsification including deceptive manipulation of images and plagiarism.

Any change in authorship (i.e. order, addition, and deletion of authors) after initial submission must be approved by all authors via written confirmation, in line with COPE guidelines. It is the corresponding author’s responsibility to ensure that all authors confirm they agree with the proposed changes. If there is disagreement amongst the authors concerning authorship and a satisfactory agreement cannot be reached, the authors must contact their institution(s) for a resolution. It is not the journal editor’s responsibility to resolve authorship disputes. A change in authorship after publication of an article can only be amended via publication of an Erratum.

Funding and Support

All funding sources supporting the work must be declared in the declaration section at the end of the manuscript. Whole affiliations with or financial involvement in any organization on entity with a direct financial interest in the subject matters or materials of the research discussed (examples: employment, consultancies, stock ownership or other equity interest, patent-licensing arrangements) should be cited as conflict of interest at the end of the manuscript text file.

Conflict of Interest

Authors are expected to disclose any commercial associations or sources of support that might pose a conflict of interest regarding the submitted article.

Data Availability

Author(s) should guarantee that data of the study are available and will be provided if anyone needs them.

References:

Our reference style requirements are in accordance with the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals by the ICMJE. The references should be numbered in the order in which they appear in the text. In the text, tables, and legends, identify references using Arabic numerals in brackets.

Note: List all authors when they are six or fewer; when they are seven or more, list the first six, followed by “et al”

Samples:

- Articles in journals

Shirzad H, Abbasi Farajzadeh M, Hosseini Zijoud SR. The Role of Military and Police Forces in Crisis Management due to the COVID-19 Outbreak in Iran and the World. Journal of Police Medicine. 2020;9(2):63-70.

-  Articles in journals with more than six authors

Kheirandish P, Seyedalinaghi SA, Hosseini M, Jahani MR, Shirzad H, Foroughi M, et al. Prevalence and correlates of HIV infection among male injection drug users in detention in Tehran, Iran. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 2010;53(2):273-5..

-  Article In press

Kheirandish P, Seyedalinaghi SA, Hosseini M, Jahani MR, Shirzad H, Foroughi M, et al. Prevalence and correlates of HIV infection among male injection drug users in detention in Tehran, Iran. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 2010. [In press].

- Article In other languages

Zaboli R, Hasani M, Khalagi K, Shirzad H. The relationship between patient's safety culture and patients' perception of healthcare quality in military hospitals in 2013. Journal of police medicine. 2014;3(1):19-30. [Persian].

-  Books and other monographs

Marx JA, Hockberger RS, Walls RM, Adams GA. Rosen's emergency medicine: concepts and clinical practice. 6th ed. Philadelphia: Mosby Incorporated; 2010. p. 1215-75

Figures and tables:

Figures and tables should be kept to a minimum necessary and presented in the manuscript file, numbered (with Arabic numbers), and have a title. Include double-spaced legends (maximum length, 60 words) on separate pages.

Responsibility and ethical requirements:

Author(s) should certify that neither the submitted manuscript nor another one with substantially similar content under their authorship has been published in any language or being considered for publication elsewhere. Author(s) should take responsibility for the integrity of the work as a whole, from inception to published article. In the event that an author is added or removed from the list of authors, written acceptance, signed by author(s), must be submitted to the editorial office. Sources of financial support for the project should be acknowledged. If the study involves human beings, the author(s) must include a statement that the study was approved by the local ethical committee and that written informed consent was obtained from the study participants. For those who do not have formal ethics review committees, the principles outlined in the Declaration of Helsinki should be followed. Also, the compliance of maintenance and care of experimental animals with National Institutes of Health guidelines for the human use of laboratory animals should be declared in text. All relevant permissions to use unpublished observations of others must be obtained by the manuscript author(s) and stated in the text citing the names of the original author(s) should be declared. Also, permission must be obtained to reproduce or adapt any figures or tables that have been published previously and declared in the legend/footnote. Journal of Police Medicine conforms to the international regulations against scientific misconduct including fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, and etc. In Journal of Police Medicine any cases of suspected misconduct will be assessed during the peer-review and publication process based on COPE guidelines.

Editorial Independence:

The editor in chief makes the final decision regarding publication or rejection of the submitted articles without the interference of its owner (Naja Department of Health, Rescue and Treatment and Police Sciences Institute and Naja Social Studies) or economic interests.

Publication fee:

Article submission, processing, acceptance and publishing in this journal are free.

Peer Review Process:

Peer review helps editors select suitable manuscripts, however, the editor makes the final decision regarding all the content. Decisions may be made by issues unrelated to the quality of a manuscript, such as suitability for the journal. The editor can reject any article at any time before publication, including after acceptance if concerns arise about the integrity of the work.

Manuscripts selected for peer review will be refereed by three reviewers during four weeks according to specific research reporting guidelines for different study designs; including CONSORT for randomized trials, STROBE for observational studies, PRISMA for systematic reviews and meta-analyses, and STARD for studies of diagnostic accuracy. Authors better send their revised manuscripts within 2 weeks and if the revised version is not uploaded within 2 months, the submission will be archived.

- Reviewers' and authors' identities are kept confidential.

- The existence of a submitted manuscript is not revealed to anyone other than the reviewers and editorial staff.

- Reviewers are required to keep manuscripts and their information confidential.

- They must not use knowledge of the manuscript before its publication for their personal interests.

- The reviewers' comments should be constructive, honest, and polite.

- Reviewers should declare their conflicts of interest and decline review if a conflict exists. Knowing the author(s) must not affect their comments and decision. 


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