The International Journal of Medical and Exercise Science (IJMAES) discuss the original and current research outcomes related to the human health across the world. The journal provides knowledge about different aspects of health promotion among human population in the world.

IJMAES publish original and clinically relevant scientific papers related to Medical, Ayurveda (Indian medicine), Homeopathy, Alternative Medicine, Dentistry, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy, Nursing,Occupational therapy, Speech therapy, Radiography, all other Para Medical Sciences and many more related to the field of healthcare. The journal is intended for researchers, students and readers interested in current issues and developments in all fields of medical and exercise sciences.

This journal has licence to publish articles and registered with ISSN National Center for India: https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2455-0159#

The journal will be published in electronic format and will be accessible through online. All the papers submitted for publications to this journal are assets of International Journal of Medical and Exercise Science.

The articles of the Journal are open access to all the public

  1. The Editor-in-Chief should declare any financial, personal or other relationships that might constitute a conflict of interest with the Editorship of the journal.
  2. The Editor-in-Chief should ensure that all articles accepted for publication have been assessed by an editor.
  3. The Editor-in-Chief should not make decisions regarding manuscripts about which they may have a conflict of interest. In such instances, a senior member of the Editorial Board should be assigned to assume responsibility for overseeing peer-review and making decisions regarding acceptance or rejection.
  4. Although the Editor-in-Chief may publish in their own journal, they should ensure that a senior member of the Editorial Board should be assigned to assume responsibility for overseeing peer-review and making decisions regarding acceptance or rejection of any manuscript submitted and/or co-authored by the Editor-in-Chief.
  5. The Editor-in-Chief should ensure Editorial Board members are not involved with the peer-review or decision-making process of any manuscript where they have a conflict of interest.
  6. Editor-in-Chief should provide a professional service to authors. Correspondence should be handled in a timely and respectful manner, and efficient and thorough peer-review carried out. Systems should be in place to ensure editorial staff absences do not result in a reduced service to authors.
  7. Editor-in-Chief who operates a closed peer-review system for the journal should maintain the anonymity of peer reviewers.
  8. The Editor-in-Chief should comply with the Committee on Publication Ethics’ Guidelines and Code of Conduct.
  9. The Editor-in-Chief should have a mechanism for dealing with appeals against decisions, particularly decisions to reject manuscripts.