Author Self-Archiving

Journal of Medical Science (JMS) allows and encourages authors to deposit both their pre- and post-prints in Open-Access institutional archives or repositories (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website). The primary benefit of pre- and post-print self-archiving is reaching a larger audience which enhances the visibility and impact of your research. JMS does not apply an embargo to self-archiving.

Authors can share their preprint anywhere at any time. If accepted for publication, we advise authors to link the preprint to their formal publication via its Digital Object Identifier (DOI).

Author's Accepted Manuscripts
Authors are free to share 'Author's Accepted Manuscript' on any institutional or subject repository.

Published articles (Version of Record)
All authors and users are free to use, reproduce, or distribute the works published in JMS in any way they prefer on the condition that the reproduced/redistributed material acknowledges that it was originally published in JMS with all relevant publication details. When sharing works published originally in JMS on other platforms, we advise using the final version made publicly available on JMS's website.