We are pleased to announce the acceptance of the Journal of Neonatal Surgery in Scopus for its content coverage. Soon the journal data will be visible on Scopus in a couple of months. We are thankful to our authors, reviewers, readers, and editorial team members for their efforts.Read more about Journal of Neonatal Surgery now on Scopus
The editorial team of the Journal of Neonatal Surgery invites applications from interested Pediatric/Neonatal surgeons/trainees for the training opportunity as Assistant Editor of the JNS. Junior consultants or senior residents of pediatric/neonatal surgery with at least 5 publications will be preferred. There are 4-6 slots for this position. The assistant editors have to work with the editors of the JNS for at least 6 months. They will be given opportunities for editorial review, handling the peer-review process, copy editing the manuscripts, an overview of the Open Journal System publishing platform, publishing manuscripts, etc. Please note that this is purely an honorary position and no honorarium will be given to anyone on this position. At the end of 6 months, the Assistant editors will be given a certificate of experience as assistant editor signed by the Senior Editors of the JNS.
To apply for the position, kindly send your CVs at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dear All, Greetings. We have learned from many colleagues that they are facing login problems for the JNS website. We are on it for solving the issue. Clearing your browser cache or using another browser usually solve this problem.
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Dear all greetings from the editorial team of Journal of Neonatal Surgery
As you have seen, we have moved to the latest code of Open Journal System. However, all the users could not be shifted to the new version. We are in process of shifting all the under processing manuscripts to the new system. Users are however requested to check if their account is not shifted, they can register a new account as an author and reviewer or reader.
The journal has decided to pursue Issue free publishing model which is in true sense an electrnic publishing model. As the manuscripts are accepted and finalized as galleys, these will be published in the running volume of the journal. This will also help avoid publication delays and will disperse the new research to the community in time.
We are grateful to our authors, reviewers, and readers who always promoted Journal of Neonatal Surgery.
Best wishes and Regards
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