Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines - J Research Valley

Author Guidelines

Authors are requested to submit their manuscripts, in accordance with the following format which would help in easy review by the Editorial Board (EB) members.


Written by the Editors, Associate Editors, or Invited Guest Editors of Research Valley publications on emerging topics which are of considerable interests to the Journal readers. Usually, editors have the freedom to decide the length of the paper, number of figures.

Letter to the Editor
  • Authors correcting their very own work or responding to a critique in their article through a reader(s)
  • Submitted by the Reader
  • Supports, refuses, or adds relevant facts associated with a formerly posted article
  • Abstract isn't mandatory
  • The letter is limited to divide into segments
  • Author may choose the topic of his/her interest
  • Represents the “perspective” or “opinion” or “hypothesis” of the author(s)
  • Amount of authentic facts is minimum, but corroborative literature records endorsed
  • Format: Do not follow IMRaD format for commentary
  • Review article should focus on a topic which can attract a huge readership
  • Scope of the topic should be broad in nature
  • Represents an overview of published statistics and data from many authors and different sources
  • Abstract and keywords are must
  • There is no limit for number of words, images, tables and references.
Original Research
  • Article should contain Introduction, Materials/Methods, Results, Discussion and Conclusions, and References
  • Supported by considerable and applicable amount of statistics
  • Data must had been advanced by means of the writer(s)
  • Conclusions are primarily based on the records presented and compared to the published literature
Technology/Application (or Case Studies)
  • Describes a particular era or application
  • Surgical strategies, new gadgets, technical innovations
  • Contains original facts generated within the technique of growing the technology or in assist of the application
  • Supported by a good-sized quantity of statistics
  • May observe the outline of Introduction, Materials/Methods, Discussion/Conclusions, and References
  • Does the item provoke upon the readers a new technique/ or generation?
  • Case Studies- unique description with facts of the precise implementation of a software or the solution to a given practical trouble
Case Series
  • The Case Series segment reports a sequence of 2-6 similar cases.
  • The cases have to be unique and specific on unusual disease presentation, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and side effects of treatment.
  • The cases need to deal with a tough diagnostic and/or healing issues with most possible solutions to assist in treatment of side effects and assist clinicians in managing those instances with more accurate solutions.
  • Case series have to be accompanied with comprehensive review of literature.
Case Reports
  • Case Reports have to provide a unique explanation of previously unreported entity or document new presentation of an acknowledged disorder or a new angle of case which gives a diagnostic and healing task.
  • Case Reports need to consist of a complete evaluation of similar instances and state the variations among present case and former cases.
  • Case reports need to be accompanied with the aid of scientific, radiological and pathologic images.
Clinical Images
  • Clinical Images section consists of medical/clinical images, diagnostic or investigative images, mainly images in radiology, endoscopy, pathology and cytopathology.
  • Abstract isn't required.
  • Clinical images must be presented with a clear description