The role of the Editorial Board is to advise and support the Editor, who has responsibility for the content of the journal. Editors are encouraged to ensure their Editorial Board plays an active role in journal development; in addition to acting in an advisory capacity to the Editor, Editorial Board members should promote the journal wherever possible.
Guidelines and Responsibilities:
An Editorial Board is primarily made up of a team of individuals that work directly with the Editor to develop the journal and promote new initiatives. Members of the Board may also take responsibility for key activities linked to the journal, for example the Associate Editor or Assistant editors
Editors have many responsibilities towards the Authors, peer reviewers. Among which some important responsibilities are:
- Editors should hold the responsibility for the whole Journal content
- Contribute to Journal development and management through generous relationship with other board members
- Update reviewers and authors with new policies and guidelines
- Editors are encouraged to ensure their Editorial Board plays an active role in journal development; in addition to acting in an advisory capacity to the Editor, Editorial Board members should promote the journal wherever possible.
- To develop system, in cooperation with publisher to ensure timely publication of manuscripts.
- To regularly review, implement and describe policies for handling ethical issues and allegations or finding of misconduct by authors and anyone involved in peer review process.
- To establish a system for efficient and rapid peer-review process.
- Ensure steady communication with the editorial office
- Assure the integrity in the published work
- Editors should ensure the protection of individual data and maintain confidentiality
- Every Editorial Board member should ensure submission of at least one manuscript in a year
- Ensure constructive, fair and timely feedback to the authors for their contribution
- Elevate Journal's reputation among their affiliated academic community
- Represent and promote the journal at academic meetings and conferences.
Benefits to Editorial Advisory Board
Whilst Editorial Advisory Board members are not compensated financially for their contribution to their journal can offer the following benefits: -
- Listing your membership of the Board on your academic curriculum vitae –
- Your name is listed within each issue of the journal and on the journal’s website –
- Complimentary copy of each journal issue –
We categorically divide EB members based on experience, contributions towards journal.
- Editor-in-chief should take the whole responsibility for journal reputation and entire content of the journal and peer review process.
- Advisory Board
- Active member of journal Editorial board member and who supports the journal by providing suggestions will be added to Advisory board members.
- Editor stimulates the quality of a publication. IP Innovative Publication welcomes professors, researchers, scientists and medical practitioners who are interested in serving as volunteer editors.
- Associate Editors
- The Associate Editor has to support the Editor in guaranteeing the quality of content found in Journal and communicating its vision for the journal to authors, Editorial Board members, readers, and publisher. Associate Editor should be attentive with the policies of the Journal and publisher, Author guidelines, Editor Guidelines and Reviewer guidelines.