Join as an Editorial Board Member
We are on the lookout for dynamic individuals who bring not only active engagement with the field but also demonstrated excellence in research. If you possess a stellar background and are passionate about contributing to the advancement of Interventional Cardiology, we encourage you to be part of our Editorial Board. Being on a journal's editorial board is not only a productive and prestigious role but also a rewarding one. Even though it requires time and effort, there are important benefits for those who take on the responsibility. If you work with us as an editorial board member or reviewer for our journals, you can enjoy various advantages that make your contribution valuable. Join us on this collaborative journey, and you'll find that the time and effort you put in are met with meaningful rewards, enhancing both your professional journey and the overall progress of scientific knowledge.
- Certificate will be provided to the Editorial board members for their contribution to Interventional Cardiology journal.
- You're required to carefully read various manuscripts in your area of importance and interest. This is the way you can continuously keep yourself up-to-date while checking and suggesting changes to manuscripts.
- Your thoughts and topic preferences can contribute to organizing special issues that align with your interests and choices.
- This effort contributes to building and enhancing your identity as a recognized expert in your field. It may result in more invitations to speak at conferences or requests for specialized research in your area.
- Encountering the most recent research ahead of others positions you as a leader in your research community.
- You'll be part of the contributors shaping and determining crucial strategies to address evolving societal needs.
Roles & Responsibilities of an Editorial Board Member
- Reviewing Manuscripts: Editorial board members are often responsible for reviewing submitted manuscripts. This involves assessing the quality, relevance, and originality of the research presented.
- Providing Feedback: Offering constructive feedback to authors is a key responsibility. This helps authors improve their work and ensures that published content meets high standards.
- Decision Making: Editorial board members participate in the decision-making process regarding the acceptance, revision, or rejection of manuscripts. This involves weighing the feedback from reviewers and making decisions in the best interest of the journal.
- Promoting the Journal: Editorial board members are often expected to promote the journal within their professional networks. This includes encouraging submissions, sharing published articles, and raising awareness about the journal's scope and impact.
- Suggesting Peer Reviewers: Recommending qualified individuals to serve as peer reviewers is another common responsibility. This helps maintain a pool of expertise for thorough manuscript evaluations.
- Editorial Writing: Some editorial board members may be involved in writing editorials or opinion pieces for the journal. This can provide a platform for sharing insights and perspectives on current issues in the field.
Requirements to be a part of an Editorial Board Member
- The applicant must hold a relevant academic degree, such as a Ph.D., or be a part of a private research organization.
- The applicant must have a strong background and significant experience in the subject area covered by the journal.
- The applicant must have strong communication skills and should be able to provide constructive feedback to authors and effectively communicate with other members of the editorial team.
- The applicant must and should participate actively in the manuscript reviewing process.
If you are ready to take on this rewarding role and make a meaningful impact, we welcome you to connect with us and become an integral part of our dynamic Editorial Board. Join us on this journey as we strive for excellence and push the boundaries of Interventional Cardiology research in the years to come.