David P Wilson, University of New South Wales, National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research , Australia
Journal Impact Factor: 1.64*; (5 years impact factor 3.69*);
Index Copernicus Value: 109.11;
Google Scholar h5 index: 14; H-Factor: 6
Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research is an Open Access and peer-reviewed journal that aims to publish a complete and reliable source of information on discoveries and current developments in the field of AIDS as original articles, review articles, clinical trials, case reports, short communications, commentaries, perspectives, editorials, letter to editor etc. and making them available online without any subscriptions to the researchers worldwide.
Journal provides a global platform to put forth the research & social issues related to HIV and AIDS encompassing clinical virology, molecular biology and epidemiology, HIV anxiety disorder, virologic failure, multiple comorbidities, HIV dementia scale, tertiary facility in relation to HIV, clinical research with relation to HIV treatment regime etc. In addition to this journal keeps a track of recent research activities in the Risk Behaviours of HIV/AIDS, Drug Resistance of HIV, Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy, HIV Vaccines, Advances in Preventive Transmitted Disease, Innovative HIV drugs and many more. The basic science, clinical science, molecular science, social science, behavioural science articles which focussed on the advances in AIDS and HIV Infections/ Medications/ Treatments/ Diagnosis/ Prevention also welcomed by the Journal.
Novel contributions are expected to maintain the quality of the journal and to achieve high impact factor. This AIDS journal is a scholarly journal maintains high standards of scientific excellence and its editorial board ensures a rapid peer review process with the help of the Editorial Tracking System.
Authors are requested to submit manuscripts at www.scholarscentral.org/submissions/aids-clinical-research.html
or as an attachment to [email protected]
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Rapid Publication Service
Hilaris Publishing is offering wide range of opportunities, options and services for the prospective authors to publish their scholarly contributions.
The journal caters to the demands of the fast publication without compromising on the editorial quality including manuscript peer-review. This flexibility is being provided to ensure earliest author credibility to their respective contributions and this will also ensure timely dissemination of research outcomes for efficient integration, effective translation and reduced redundancy.
Authors have the option to choose between the standard open access publication service which takes its own course of time for complete publication process or can opt for rapid publication service wherein the article is published at the earliest date (Includes multiple subject experts commissioning for securing earliest peer-review comments). The authors can avail this flexibility based on the personal preference, funding agency guidelines or Institutional or organizational requirements.
Regardless of the option, all manuscripts undergo thorough peer-review process, editorial assessment and production process.
Fast Editorial Execution and Review Process (FEE-Review Process)
Authors who are willing to publish their articles under this mode can make a pre-payment of $99 towards express peer-review and editorial decision. First editorial decision in 3 days and final decision with review comments in 5 days from the date of submission. Galley proof generation will be done in next 2 days from acceptance or maximum 5 days (For manuscripts notified for revision by external reviewer).
Manuscripts accepted for publication will be charged regular APC.
Authors retain the copyright of their publication and the final version of the article will be published in both HTML and PDF formats as well as XML formats for transmitting to indexing databases. The editorial team of the Journal will ensure adherence to scientific publication guidelines.