Authors are expected to submit manuscripts by strictly following the guidelines provided here. We recommend authors to go through the guidelines carefully in order to get familiarized with the content and style of the ‘Scholars Research Library’. Authors can also have a glance at the articles placed in the ‘Scholars Research Library’ to get familiarity with our publication style.
Scholars Research Library accepts manuscripts in the form of Research articles, Review articles, addendums, announcements, book reviews, rapid communications, letters to the Editor, annual meetings reports, conferences proceedings, case reports, meeting summaries, news, product reviews, article commentaries, calendars, hypotheses, orations and analyses.
Guidelines for Research Articles
Research articles are the manuscripts written based on the original data collected through a systematic study. It is also called as primary research as it collects firsthand information on the topic. Research Articles must clearly state the issue under study in the title. It must provide an abstract of 500-800 words that must briefly discus the aims and objectives of the study, mentioning the methods and materials used. The data analyzed with the help of statistical tools determines the reliability of the statement. Conclusions are drawn based on the study outcome. Research articles must strictly adhere to our reference style.
For Review articles
Review articles provide an overview of the topic under study by reviewing the existing literature. Review articles however should follow the manuscript writing style discussed above for research articles, starting from the statement of the problem till the conclusion and reference style.
Commentaries are short articles written mostly by the veteran and experienced writers on a specific development, research findings, recent innovations that fall in line with the theme of the journal. This article presents authors’ view point on the interpretations, analyses or methods used in a particular study. It also allows author’s to comment on the strength and weakness of the theory or hypothesis. This type of article promotes discussion on current issues concerning science and is relatively short articles. Unlike research and review articles, commentaries may not possess research methodology, data interpretation etc, as it is based on the expert’s observation or opinion.
For Case studies
Case studies present an exclusive overview of patient’s experiences from the medical or clinical point of view. Case studies contribute significantly in advancing our understanding about a particular physiological, clinical or psychological condition. This study is expected to discuss the signs, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of diseases. By providing clear and brief description of the case, case studies must be able to sum up the entire issue under investigation.
Editorial is an article that represents opinion of the author about a particular issue. It is considered as concise commentary on a currently published article in that journal. They are meant to influence public opinion, and promote critical thinking.
For Clinical / Medical images
The photographic representation of clinical and medical research not exceed 5 figures can be considered for publication with a description of 300 words. Images need not carry any references and citations and in exceptional cases three references can be allowed.
For Letters to the Editor/Concise Communications
This category does not follow the writing styles discussed above. . Letters to editors generally reflects the reader’s viewpoints related to articles already published in that particular journal. It should be concise, comprehensive and brief in which the reader may accept or differ a particular case or research findings.
The manuscript should be in the following order:
The following sections give a brief overview of the main elements of an article.
Materials and Method:
The references should be cited in the text in large brackets not in superscript or subscript. A complete reference should comprise the following:
Article in a journal
MM Youle; DA Hawkins; P Collins; DC Shanson; R Evans; N Oliver; Lawrence A. Lancet, 1988, 2, 341.
BookAuthor's Initials, Surname. Title,Edition, Publisher, Place of publication, Year of publication; pageno.
RL Ashley. In Laboratory Diagnosis of Viral Infections, 3rd ed., Marcel Dekker, New York, 1999; pp. 489-513. Thesis
Author's Initials, Surname. MSc/PhD/DScthesis, University (town, country, year of publication).
RJ David. PhD thesis, Edinburgh University (Edinburgh, UK, 1998).
Patents: AB Inventor1, CD Inventor, (Holder), Country Code and patent number (registration year).
The following items should be included:
ARTICLE PROCESSING CHARGES
European Journal of Sports & Exercise Science (EJSES) is self-financed and does not receive funding from any institution/government. Hence, the Journal operates solely through processing charges we receive from the authors. The handling fee is required to meet its maintenance. Being an Open Access Journal, EJSES does not collect subscription charges from readers that enjoy free online access to the articles. Authors are hence required to pay a fair handling fee for processing their articles. However, there are no submission charges. Authors are required to make payment only after their manuscript has been accepted for publication. Article processing fee or Manuscript handling cost is USD1800.