Journal of Digestive Disorders And Diagnosis

Journal of Digestive Disorders And Diagnosis

Journal of Digestive Disorders And Diagnosis

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Proposing Special Issue

Journal of Digestive Disorder And Diagnosis (JDDD) is planning to initiate a special issue on interesting topics in the field of the digestive system. The main purpose of launching the special issue in the journal is to pack the articles covering a single topic in an issue. 


Each special issue is handled by a single editor, and this editor will be responsible for all the articles submitted for this issue. Either the Editor or an experienced researcher (guest editor) can submit the proposals to begin a special issue.

What is the need to introduce a special issue in the Journal? 

Proposing a special issue in the Journal of Digestive Disorder And Diagnosis (JDDD) serves many important purposes.

  • Focusing on a specific topic: Launching a special issue related to digestive health, helps in concentrating on a particular area, topic, or theme. This concentration helps in covering the latest developments and advanced techniques in particular research.
  • Showcase emerging research: Encouraging special issues on digestive health will help editors in showing their research importance to the audience encouraging young scholars the opportunity and scope of continuing the research in the particular area. While promoting the published articles, youngsters can find the relevant research in a single issue enabling better understanding.
  • Easy to reach the correct audience: Concentrating on a specific topic, will create a path to reach the right audience for new submissions as well as for promoting the published articles. This targeted approach will help in identifying the highly qualified researchers in the respective area.
  • Increases Journal Visibility: We can gain more attention from the audience from this special issue, as it will attract active researchers, and professionals in the respective area due to their focussed content. This will in turn increase journal visibility, recognition of editors work, readership, and gaining of more citations in the scientific community.


Guidelines for proposing a special issue in the Journal of Digestive Disorder And Diagnosis

Launching or proposing a special issue on a relevant topic concerning digestive health requires a good structure aligning the scope of the journal. A clear proposal will help in reaching the correct audience and also generate a platform for disseminating high-quality research and relevant findings.

Hence; few instructions are outlined for editors and guest editors in proposing a specific topic on digestive health.

  • Understand the scope of the journal: If you are interested in submitting a proposal on digestive health, get yourself familiar with the journal's scope and its guidelines. Well, understanding the objective of the “Journal of Digestive Disorder And Diagnosis (JDDD)" will help researchers in proposing a topic related to digestive health and digestive health.
  • Pick a topic that is relevant and timely topic: The topic that editors prefer to propose should address current challenges, and advancements and should fill any critical gaps in understanding digestive health and digestive health. A well-proposed topic will help in collection of the relevant articles.
  • Develop a Strong Rationale: Clearly describe why the topic is relevant and timely and how it helps in the contribution of advanced scientific knowledge in the field of digestive health. It is better if the researchers specify the research gaps which highlight the importance of the proposed special issue.
  • Involve other researchers to serve as guest editor: If any of the researchers are interested in proposing a special issue, and if any support is needed, they can invite other researchers in this field to serve as assistant editor/guest editor for the issue. Discussing and developing a proposal with relevant experts helps in maintaining high editorial standards and attracting quality contributions.

Note: Special issues can be proposed individually or in collaboration with another editor.

Format of a structured proposal

Researchers are suggested to propose a special issue by considering the following key elements:

  • Title: Researchers need to submit a clear and concise title reflecting the focus of the special issue.
  • Scope of the issue: Researchers have to clearly explain the scope and its relevance in the field of digestive health or digestive health.
  • Bio of proposed researchers: Guest editors have to submit detailed biographies with relevant expertise and contributions in the field of coronavirus or digestive health.
  • Description of topic: Clearly narrate the importance of the proposed topic, with novel insights and specific goals that the special issue aims to achieve in the journal. 
  • Potential subtopics or keywords: Researchers can also specify subtopics, themes, and relevant keywords involved in the proposed special issue. These will impact the outlook of the issue and help in a wide range of contributions. 
  • Timeline: Researchers need to mention a realistic timeline by mentioning the important milestones like a deadline for completion of the issue, submission deadline, peer-review processing time, and anticipated date of publication.
  • Call for Papers (CFP): Researchers can prepare a call for papers by mentioning the outlines like title, theme, submission guidelines, important dates, and expectations from authors to gather high-quality research articles.
  • Submit the proposal: Finally, research investigators and experienced professionals are requested to go through the instructions outlined here while submitting the proposal for a special issue in the “Journal of Digestive Disorder And Diagnosis”.


Publishers Role in Approval of Special Issue Proposal:

After receiving the proposal for the special issue, the role of publisher will play an important role in moving the proposed issue further.

  • Review and Approval of the special issue: After receiving the proposals for the special issue, a publisher will forward them to review to check for journal scope, significance of the proposed topic, and overall quality. 
  • Promote the Call for Papers: If the proposal is approved, the journal will start accepting submissions to the special issue. To initiate submissions to the journal publishers have to promote the call for papers with the relevant researchers, communities, and scientific networks to reach potential authors. Publishers will also use social media, conferences, and professional associations to promote the CFP.
  • Submission of a manuscript to the journal: The publisher will request the author to submit the manuscript as per the author guidelines as mentioned in the call for papers. Once the manuscript is received, the publisher will submit the article to the journal to initiate the further process.
  • Peer Review: After the reception of the article, the publisher will check for the originality and plagiarism of the article and forward it to the respective editor for the review process for proper evaluation and constructive feedback.
  • Curating the special issue: Publishers will communicate with the corresponding author requesting to amend the changes suggested by the editor to finalize the accepted articles.
  • Publication and Promotion: Once the article is accepted, the publisher will publish the article in the respective special issue of the journal and promote it on various indexing sites to increase visibility, recognition, and citations in the coronavirus scientific community. 
  • Finalising the Special Issue: Once all the articles in the special issue are accepted, now is the time to finalize the issue by re-evaluating the quality standards, formatting guidelines, and editorial policies.
  • Post-Publication Engagement: The publisher's main role is to motivate the author to share their valuable research on various platforms, college databases, and social media and participate in academic discussions in the relevant field.
  • Reflect and Share Insights: The publisher's main role is to collect editorials, testimonials, or commentary articles from authors and editors reflecting the key findings, new trends, and scientific implications emerging from the special issue topic.


Sharing the insights will help in a broad understanding of digestive health and its impact on human health.


By following the defined guidelines and by building proper communication between the author, publisher, and editor a proposal will be launched and processed successfully in the specific area of digestive health in “Journal of Digestive Disorder And Diagnosis”.


The continuous efforts will help in the significant improvement of the journal's scientific knowledge in all aspects and provide a platform for researchers to share their valuable insights.


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