About Supplements, Theme Issues, and Special Issues or Series
Supplements are collections of papers related to issues or topics, are published as a separate issue of the journal or as part of a regular issue, and are typically funded by sources other than the journal’s publisher, and an effective way to disseminate scientific findings and meeting proceedings materials relevant for a target audience. Special issues garner attention, and are often more read and highly cited.
Materials appropriate for Supplements to Blockchain in Healthcare Today (BHTY) include:
The provisional acceptance of a supplement into a journal is subject to the approval of its Editor-in-Chief. In order to reach a decision about suitability, please provide the following information to the BHTY publisher:
For conference abstract collections, the following information is also requested:
All supplements are peer reviewed, open access, and available online.
Supplements must be independent, balanced, present scientific educational interest, scientific rigor, and are accepted subject to the approval of the journal's Editor-in-Chief.
All articles and conference abstracts must be original. The integrity, independence, and reputation of the journal must be upheld.
Supplement Editor(s) may be appointed and are subject to the approval of the Editor-in-Chief. Supplement Editors must remain impartial and are required to provide competing interests statements that will be disclosed in BHTY.
The peer review process will follow journal's standard policy.
Editorial control of supplement content is remains with the Editor-in-Chief. Changes, corrections, and rejections may be made where material does not meet journal standards.
Copyright of articles and abstracts is retained by the authors, where authors grant BHTY a license to publish the article and identify BHTY as the publishing journal. See Copyright and License Agreement (CC BY-NC 4.0).
Charges for online publication will apply, and vary according to the number of articles and/or abstracts submitted, length, complexity, and services to be provided by BHTY.
All supplements will be published as fully formatted PDF, XML, and HTML file versions on the journal's website.
For further information, please contact BHTY’s publisher at firstname.lastname@example.org
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