International Journal of Innovative Research in Medical Science (IJIRMS)
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Who are we?
International Journal of Innovative Research in Medical Science (IJIRMS), an official publication of International Society for Innovative Research in Medical Science IJIRMS is a peer reviewed, international, online and open access journal with MONTHLY publication It is a multidisciplinary journal to provide a forum for the presentation and criticism of original, innovative and thought provocative ideas in medical and allied specialties. . Everything we publish is licenced under Creative Commons CC-BY Attribution 4.0
What do we publish?
We will publish articles covering experimental writeups or critical reviews, letters, case reports, abstracts or posters on any topic related to academic or clinical medicine, provided that the quality is high enough. We are proud to consider writeups of pilot projects with small data sets, negative results, and work in progress.
Why publish with us?
No more waiting for lengthy review processes, only to have your work sold back to you via an expensive subscription. Furthermore, even though we are an Open Access journal, there are no publication fees, ever. We aim for your review process to be completed in under three weeks, and you will see your article online within 72 hours of it being accepted. Our dedicated peer-reviewing team guarantee a fast turnaround from submission to publication, with no compromise on quality.
Become a peer-reviewer
We are always looking for talented and committed peer-reviewers for IJIRMS. We offer full training in academic critical appraisal and the review process, and your reviews will be published alongside accepted articles in line with our policy on Openness. Click here for more information, and to apply to join our team.
The Prevalence of Photoconjunctivitis and Conjunctival Lesion among Fishermen in Jazan in Saudi Arabia: And the Association of Its Risk Factors
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Significance of lymphocytic infiltrate in the development of hypothyroidism following thyroidectomy for benign thyroid lesions.
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