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Perspectives in Legal Medicine and Medical Expertise (PERSPECTIVES) is an exclusively scientific journal dedicated to the dissemination and scientific development of Legal Medicine and Medical Expertise in Brazil and worldwide. It is a free, open access journal edited by ABMLPM and published by Indexa.

 

 

  1. Conditions for publication

 

1.1 Originality and relevance

Manuscripts must be unpublished and deal with topics in legal medicine, forensic medicine and medical expertise or related subjects. They should be destined exclusively for the Perspectives in Legal Medicine and Medical Expertise, and simultaneous submission to other publications is not allowed.

 

1.2 Responsibility of authors, ethics and legality

When submitting an article, the person responsible declares to be the sole author of the article or to be the authorized representative of all authors, to have the right to allow its reproduction by third parties, as well as the reproduction of the images and graphics included. In case of articles with more than one author, the person responsible for the submission should aquire written statements from all other authors, allowing the submission of the manuscript to Perspectives. Legal responsibility for infringement of copyrights or image rights rests with the person responsible for the submission.

The authors are responsible for the veracity of the information presented in the manuscripts and for the use of good practices and professional ethics in the studies carried out. In accordance with international copyright laws, authors are responsible for the originality of the articles and all their images and graphics, or for obtaining permission to reproduce and include due credits for images from third parties, since the reproduction of content or idea previously published without credit to the original author is considered plagiarism punishable by law. Authors are also responsible for observing copyright and image rights laws and must obtain written permission to include images of individuals and trademarks.

PERSPECTIVES follows the standard established by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) through the document “Requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals / Requirements for articles submitted to biomedical journals”, available at www.icmje.org. Its main guidelines are described in these norms.

Upon approval, the submitting author must sign a terms, conditions and copyright agreement. Click here to download it. The term should be scanned and emailed within 5 days after confirmation of approval or within 15 days by mail.

 

1.3 Conflict of interest

When submitting an article, the person in charge should inform the sources of funding for the research. If there is any conflict of interest that may have affected the result disclosed by the article, this must be informed. Conflicts of interest are situations in which the author has an incentive to divulge results that improve the reader’s perception of a particular procedure or medication. The incentive can be of commercial character – sponsorship or partnership with a particular brand or company – or personal – friendship or kinship.

 

1.4 Clinical Trials and Human and Animal Experimentation

In Brazil, clinical trials involving drugs are only permitted with Anvisa’s authorization through registration in SISNEP – Sistema Nacional de Ética em Pesquisa – and REBEC – http://www.ensaiosclinicos.gov.br/. Articles including clinical trials should report this registration number before the title (see manuscript model). Foreign authors must adapt to national regulation regarding this type or research.

Studies involving human and animal experimentation should be accompanied by an report issued by an ethics committee recognized by the National Health Council (CNS) or its national equivalent at the country of origin.

 

1.5 Copyrights

PERSPECTIVAS is an open access publication. In order to have your article published, authors must accept the conditions specified by the Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 license, allowing their article to be republished and distributed freely by third parties, without prior authorization from the authors, publishers or publishers, always citing the authors properly and the original publication. For more information, please visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode

 

               1.6. ORCID ID for each author

Beggining February 2019, authors must be registered with academic database ORCID and his/her ORCID id must be informed on each manuscript. Registration is free at https://orcid.org/register

 

  1. Submitting

Manuscripts should be sent by e-mail to liege@indexa.com.br, following the format described below. Articles should initially be submitted only in Portuguese, English or Spanish, including title and abstract in English. After approval, the author will be asked to send the revised full version of the article in both Poruguese and English within 15 days. Authors are responsible for translation costs. Automatic or poor quality translations will not be accepted.

 

  1. Form and formatting

PERSPECTIVES accepts original research articles, literature review articles, case reports and presentation of personal techniques or points of view.

Click here to download a template. All recommended form and formatting guidelines for submission to Perspectives are listed on it. Please observe mandatory inclusion of an ORCID id for each author.

 

  1. Selection and review process

PERSPECTIVES adopts the double blind simultaneous peer-review process. Each article received is sorted by the magazine’s editor-in-chief. If accepted, it is sent simultaneously for review by two peer-reviewers, who approve or suggest changes to the author. Authors must send a reedited article considering these suggestions in no longer that 2 weeks, which is forwarded to the original reviewers. This cycle can be repeated up to 3 times. If approved, an article undergoes a grammar review and it is then scheduled for publication.

To ensure impartiality, review is done “blindly”. This means articles are sent to reviewers with no information about its authors and authors receive no information about the identity of the reviewers who evaluated their article.

The author should expect to receive a response on screening approval within 6 weeks from the date of submission. After that, complete review and approval or rejection period is up to 6 months.

The main criteria for evaluation of the articles during the review process are originality, relevance (contribution to the specialty), literature review on the subject, organization and presentation, clarity, adequacy of the method and its execution to the indicated objective, adequacy and objectivity of results.

PERSPECTIVES reserves the right not to publish articles received, even if approved by the reviewers.

 

  1. Publication and financing costs

The publication of articles on PERSPECTIVAS is free of costs for authors. All production costs are financed by the Brazilian Association of Legal Medicine and Medical Expertise, responsible for the publication.

 

 

 

Artigo impresso em: 2019-01-18 11:25:00


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