12 Sep Author Agreement Form American Journal Of Cardiology
To be honest, the answer is NO. The Impact Factor is one of the many elements that determine the quality of a journal. Some of these factors are the Review Board, refusal rate, frequency of inclusion in the indices, own factor, etc. You must evaluate all the factors and accept the last call. Price plans and order cards for reprints are given to the author after the publication of the article. Some reproductions must be obtained through the author. 7. Conflicts of interest of each author/contributor. A statement of financial or other relationships that may give rise to a conflict of interest when such information is not contained in the manuscript itself or in the form of an author. This is a prerequisite for submitting, along with the manuscript, the names, addresses and email addresses of 4 potential reviewers (if you are proposing peer reviewers, please follow these policies to avoid a likely conflict of interest. Proposed evaluators should not be: (i) from the same department or department as one of the authors (the same university, state, country should also be avoided); (ii) have been, in the last ten years, a research guide or a pupil of one of the authors; (iii) have cooperated with one of the authors within the last ten years; (iv) be the staff of non-academic organizations with which one of the authors has collaborated in the last 10 years). The editorial team has the exclusive right to decide whether or not the proposed reviewers should be used.
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