For authors

For many years Via Medica has been publishing journals in various fields in medicine, both scientific and educational, addressed to Polish and foreign readers. Many of our titles has obtained indexation in widely known and recognized biomedical databases.

Currently, we cooperate with number of Polish medical societies, as well as foreign institutions. Our journals have been using an adapted Open Journal Systems 2.3.6.0, which is open source journal management and publishing software developed, supported, and freely distributed by the Public Knowledge Project under the GNU General Public License. Submitted manuscripts are subject to a transparent review process. They are evaluated in terms of scientific and educational value and method of issue’s presentation.

The Editorial Boards follow with the guidelines of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), as well as comply with generally accepted ethical standards at all stages of the publishing process. Communication with the Authors has been effective,without delays.

In the case of open access article, the Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) is being applied. It allows distribution, presentation and use of the work only for noncommercial purposes, on condition of unchanging.

We encourage to register in Journal Services, which is required to deposit manuscripts for a selected journal and also provide access to other functionalities currently available and planned in future. We strongly recommend the use free of charge software to facilitate the work with references.

On the website of Medical University of Gdansk Library tutorials and comprehensive guide to the mentioned software are placed http://biblioteka.gumed.edu.pl/?strona=358.

To meet the expectations of our Readers and Authors we are trying to constantly improve quality of our services and available tools. If assistance is required on submitted manuscripts or any current issues authors may always contact managing editors of specific journal or our team at Medical Information Section of Via Medica dim@viamedica.pl.

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