The Rostrum of Asclepius (To Vima tou Asklipiou -VA) is an open access journal that operates through a system of peer reviewers and accepts articles on all aspects of the nursing science as well from other health sciences. The aim of the journal is to publish articles that contribute to the promotion of science and that have a positive impact on health, locally, nationally or globally. Therefore, the following qualities are essential in any article published by the journal: scientific credibility and rigour, as well as coherence and clarity in writing. Submissions do not have to be exclusively innovative, as confirmatory or repetitive studies can be accepted, provided the articles present new findings, which could include reporting even negative findings.
All articles from VA are published with full access: they are available for free to read, download and share when publishing. All articles in the journal are published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license which allows the use, distribution and reproduction of any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited.
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The VA journal receives direct submissions of articles by authors, after the completion of the free registration to the journal, directly from the address: https://www.vima-asklipiou.gr/en/writing/authors-login/. The journal does not claim any financial requirements from the authors regarding the process of evaluation and/or publication of their work. The entire process is available for free.
The VA journal maintains the highest standards of evaluation by peers while increasing the efficiency of the process. All articles published in the journal will be subject to double-blind peer review. The main features of the journal review process are:
All articles published in this journal are made available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. Permission is therefore not required for academic or commercial reuse, provided that full attribution is included in the new work.
The Rostrum of Asclepius provides direct open access to its content with the principle that the free availability of research to the public contributes to the global exchange of knowledge. We encourage authors to submit their manuscripts, their published articles as well as the data on which their publications are based, to institutional or other scientific repositories. This policy refers to all versions of their work: Submitted version, Accepted version (Author Accepted Manuscript), Published version (Version of Record).
All articles from VA journal are published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license which allows users to copy, distribute and transmit an article, adapt the article and make commercial use of the article. The CC BY license allows commercial and non-commercial re-use of an open access article, provided the author is properly attirbuted.
Copyright, for any article published by the journal, is reserved by the author.
The authors grant VA journal permission to publish the article and to be identified as the original publisher.
Authors also grant any third party the right to use the article freely, as long as the original authors, citations and publisher are identified.
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