Editorial: Change Publication Frequency in 2019
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Article Type: Editorial Published: Dec. 31, 2018 Pages: 60-61
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We are pleased to announce that starting in January 2019; PSM Veterinary Research will publish tri-annually; 3 three online issues (December–March, April–July, and August–November). This change will facilitate expanded discoverability of the contents via a quarterly table of contents, indexing, and other archival services in a timely manner. The journal works on open access policy and provides immediate open access to all content in order to make research freely available to the public, and ensure a global exchange of knowledge. Articles are published online immediately after acceptance in the upcoming issues of the journal.
PSM Veterinary Research is committed to publishing selective and high quality content that is accessible to researchers from a broad spectrum of disciplines. Topics include all aspects of veterinary and animal sciences covering infectious and non-infectious diseases, production aspects and related public health concerns, epidemiology, bacteriology and mycology, parasitology, poultry science, animal nutrition, pharmacology and toxicology, pharmaceutical science, animal psychology and behavior, animal husbandry, animal breeding and reproduction, public health and hygiene, wildlife studies, livestock production and management, veterinary surgery and radiology, veterinary medicine, veterinary diseases, veterinary virology, veterinary physiology, veterinary microbiology and more.
Over the last three years, the valued contributions from the authors and the volunteer participation of the many dedicated colleagues in the peer-review process have been vital to the beginning, continuing strength and success of PSM Veterinary Research. We sincerely appreciate all your contributions and look forward to your continued enthusiasm and support in the coming years.
Iqbal, M.N, Ashraf, A., 2018. Editorial: Change Publication Frequency in 2019. PSM Vet. Res., 3(2): 60-61.
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