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- Affiliation with and article promotion by the largest international Radiology community Radiolopolis
- Every article receives a DOI (Digital Object Identifier)
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New: Open Access Journal Meets Free Telemedicine Platform
Visit our partner MedPics - free Telemedicine setup for health experts
The JRCR CME section
Visit our CME section at www.journalCME.com
Temporary submission stop except for priority pass - effective November 1, 2020
|To clear the backlog of current submissions, reviews and revisions, we decided to temporarily put submissions on hold and only allow submissions to be processed which obtained a Priority Pass.|
Average article processing and review times
|Due to the increasing amount of manuscript submissions and limited voluntary staff, free submission processing and review time has increased this year to an average of 5 months. Acceleration is possible...|
New Priority Pass Fees
|From August 2020, the priority pass fees will be adjusted, with new discounts by our partnering network sites.
Open Access Journal Meets Free Telemedicine Platform
We are glad to announce that the Journal of Radiology Case Reports has partnered with MedPics (www.MedPics.com), a free global telemedicine platform.
MedPics offers a variety of services for patients and health experts - many of them for free.
See detailed list of services at www.medpics.com/expertservices
We will introduce special features, discounts and other perks for our JRCR readers, authors and reviewers.
These will be announced on our site and social media outlets.
COVID-19 cases for publication
We encourage submitting case series and review articles about COVID-19, which will be reviewed and published through an accelerated channel.
Alternatively, please contribute cases/imaging examples in our affiliated Radiology community Radiolopolis at http://www.radiolopolis.com/my_cases-new and might be acknowledged in a collaborate publication.
Updated author and reviewer guidelines - effective July 1, 2014
The Journal of Radiology Case Reports updated its author and reviewer guidelines.