Each journal features a set of individual author guidelines which give advice on the way to prepare your paper for submission.
We also provide here further detail on specific topics which may be valuable as you prepare your submission.
Types of Articles & Format
Generally the Manuscripts are classified in to following groups based on the criteria noted below.The chosen classification will appear in the printed manuscript above the manuscript title.
Must follow all sections specified.
Outline of Introduction, Materials and Methods, Discussions, Results, Conclusions and References.
Data should be developed by the authors.
Paper should be written from the perspective of a researcher and not as a student.
The length of the review article should be the minimum that required describing the work clearly.
The title must be informative, short and include specific terms.
It has to represent that the text is a review article.
Abstract and keywords are must
In general includes a large number of references.
These types of articles are written by the Editorial board members, Associate Editors, or the Guest Editors invited on a variety of subjects of interest to the journal. This article is typically shorter than one page.
These articles provide an original description of unreported report for a known disease or a new opinion of case which poses a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge
This article represents the opinion or perspective of the authors. This type of articles does not follow the outline of introduction, Materials/Methods, Results/ Conclusion, References.
Our Journal welcomes Special Issues, a set of articles related to the similar themes or projects of broad interest. Typically 6-8 articles in each special issue.
Recent Trends in Gynecology & Obstetrics do not charge the end user when accessing a manuscript. Our journal allows all the researchers, scholars and other scientific communities to view, download, or distribute an article in any medium. The costs of website maintenance and other services are recovered by charging a publication fee from the research sponsors or authors for each article that they publish. Authors who lack the funds to cover the publication fees may request a discount. Authors from developing and transitional countries are given priority in order to support their research interests.