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Full Journal TitleArchives of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
PublisherBrieflands
Aim & ScopeArchives Of Pediatric Infectious Disease is a clinical journal which is informative to all practitioners like pediatric infectious disease specialists and internists. This authoritative clinical journal was founded by Professor Abdollah Karimi in 2012. The Journal context is devoted to the particular compilation of the latest worldwide and interdisciplinary approach and findings including original manuscripts, meta-analyses and reviews, health economic papers, debates and consensus statements of clinical relevance to pediatric disease field, especially infectious diseases. In addition, consensus evidential reports not only highlight the new observations, original research and results accompanied by innovative treatments and all the other relevant topics but also include highlighting disease mechanisms or important clinical observations and letters on articles published in the journal.
Content CoverageThe Journal context is devoted to the particular compilation of the latest worldwide and interdisciplinary approach and findings including original manuscripts, meta-analyses and reviews, health economic papers, debates and consensus statements of the clinical relevance of pediatric disease field, especially infectious diseases.
Scientific CollaboratorPediatric Infections Research Center, SBMU
Abbreviation TitleISO: Arch. Pediatr. Infect. Dis. | JCR: ARCH PEDIATR INFECT DIS
CategoryInfectious Diseases/Pediatric
ISSNPrint: 2322-1828 | Electronic: 2322-1836
LanguageEnglish
Type of PublishingArticle-Based Publishing (Continuous)
FrequencyQuarterly
PriceOnline: Open Access; Article Acceptance Rate: Refer here
Article Submission ChargeThere is no article submission charge in this journal.
Digital Archiving PolicyThis journal deposits its articles in Portico to guarantee long-term digital preservation.
Indexing SourcesComplete list of indexing sources
Peer Review Policy

1) Double-Blind Peer Review System 

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2) Open Peer Review (since Aug 2019), Show List of All Published Reviewers' Comments

Open Source PolicyRefer here