Open access - Free access for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.
Open access publishing is when publications are available for free online to all, with very few restrictions on their reuse. Content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users can read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to full text articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from MedCrave or the author.
This is very beneficial for authors, readers and funders. Authors benefit from open access publishing because their work is readily accessible to researchers, and thus more likely to be cited in other works. For readers, it is beneficial because they can freely access and cite the published material without paying. Funders get to enjoy the benefits of getting the work that they are funding a larger audience, which increases the impact that the work has on the academic world.
Open access publishing makes the final version of an article freely and permanently accessible for everyone, immediately after publication. Copyright for the article is retained by the author and most of the permission barriers are removed. Open access publishing does come with a financial cost, and thus there are processing fees that are the responsibility of the author or research funders to provide.
MedCrave Group is a for-profit open access publishing company. MedCrave does not receive any governmental, educational or charitable funding. MedCrave does not sell paid advertisements in any journal publication or its website. MedCrave's profits are solely obtained through manuscript processing fees that are charged to the author at the time of publication.
MedCrave Group is an open access publishing company. MedCrave recognizes the importance of digital technology. MedCrave's journals provide a trusted place to document discoveries, disseminate ideas, and showcase academic research. All published manuscripts are made freely available for access. All submissions received by MedCrave undergo quality check by ithenticate and reliable peer review process. Authors are kept abreast of each step and receive PDF and all papers are published when they have been accepted and have completed the manuscript production process. All articles are made copies of their work and there is no embargo period for published articles.
Journal publications consist of issues, which are published on a bi-monthly & tri-monthly basis. All published manuscripts are indexed in various indexing sites.
All the manuscripts published in MedCrave journals are archived on the following websites:
These websites provide a permanent electronic archive for scholarly publications. MedCrave also preserves our own archive of full-text publications.
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MedCrave journals providing ORCiD id to all accepted manuscripts