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Chinese Journal of Radiological Health

  • CountryChina
  • PublisherEditorial Department of Chinese Journal of Radiological Health
  • ElectronicLinks http://www.zgfsws.com
  • Editor-in-chiefProf. Xu Su
  • E-mailredi@chinajournal.net.cn
  • AbbreviationChin J Radiol Health
  • Vernacular Journal Title中国辐射卫生
  • ISSN1004-714X
  • EISSN1004-7140
  • Start Year1992
  • DescriptionChinese Journal of Radiological Health, which was founded in 1992, is a peer-reviewed bimonthly journal supervised by the National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China and co-sponsored by Institute of Radiation Medicine, Shandong Academy of Medical Sciences and Chinese Preventive Medicine Association. As a serial journal of Chinese Preventive Medicine Association, Chinese Journal of Radiological Health, based on protection of the health of general populations and radiological healthcare professionals, a leading scientific journal for advancing the research and practice in the field of radiological health sciences in China with major purposes to publicize the policy, laws, regulations and guidelines of Chinese national health and report the novel outcomes, tools, products and information in the field of radiological health sciences. Chinese Journal of Radiological Health provides an important platform for rapid publication of the latest findings, approaches, and viewpoints related to radiological health sciences, and the journal bridges research scientists, teachers, physicians, environmental protection workers and policy-makers working on diverse disciplinary of radiological health sciences for academic exchanges of their latest findings and experiences. Article types accepted include research articles, review articles, opinions and book reviews. These should focus on multi-disciplinary research, public health, environmental protection, health administration, engineering technology or clinical topics in radiological health sciences. Papers should advance the scientific knowledge of the epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and management related to radiological health sciences. With the improvement of academic level and editorial quality, the journal has been covered in international and national bibliographic databases, including International Nuclear Information System (INIS), Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, ScienceOpen, China Scientific and Technical Papers and Citations database, Chinese Citation database, Chinese Core Periodicals database. Chinese Journal of Radiological Health will not consider submissions that have been accepted for publication or published elsewhere. The full requirements for submission, including our conflicts of interest disclosure and ethics policies are described in detail in the journal website and guidelines for authors. All submissions to Chinese Journal of Radiological Health are made using an online submission and peer review system. Registration and access are available at http://www.zgfsws.com/Journalx_zgfsws/authorLogOn.action. Each author must disclose all financial relationships related to the subject of the paper. This should include equity ownership, profit-sharing agreements, royalties, patents, and grants. Authors do not need to report the sums concerned. If none, state “none” in the text. Currently, Chinese Journal of Radiological Health builds a strong editorial board and an active junior editorial board. Led by Prof. Jinming Yu as the honorary Editor-in-Chief, Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Prof. Xu Su as the Editor-in-Chief, Chief Scientist of National Institute of Radiological Protection, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention and Prof. Jianguo Zhu as the executive Editor-in-Chief, Director of Institute of Radiation Medicine, Shandong Academy of Medical Sciences, the editorial board of Chinese Journal of Radiological Health is made up of a broad mix of international and national leading scientists working on radiological health sciences. To facilitate the high-quality publication, Chinese Journal of Radiological Health builds a strong editorial office, led by Dr. Hailiang Li, a well-trained medical radiologist with more than 20 years working in radiological health sciences. Chinese Journal of Radiological Health subjects all submitted research articles to the highest standards of international peer review: (1) At least two suitably qualified experts review each research article; (2) The journals’ Editor-in-Chief makes all publication decisions based on the reviews provided; (3) The Editorial Board Members assist the Editor-in-Chief in decision making on specific submissions; (4) The Editorial Board Members lend insight, advice, and guidance to the Editors-in-Chief. Administrative support for the review process is provided by the Managing Editor, Dr. Hailiang Li. He upholds the integrity of peer review while delivering rapid turnaround and maximum efficiency to all stakeholders including authors, reviewers, and editors alike. The journal uses a single blind, published peer review process whereby the identities of authors and reviewers remain anonymous during the review period with the names of the reviewers subsequently published with the final accepted article. Reviewers primarily evaluate the originality, validity and importance of the manuscripts, and provide detailed and evidence-based (with references) comments to help editors to make publication decisions (accept, revise or reject) and authors to make improvements. The following points are considered during the review process: (1) Is the manuscript suitable for Chinese Journal of Radiological Health? Is it original and important? The topic should be within the scope of the journal and should be of interest to the readers. Reviewers also need to judge the originality and importance of the manuscript. (2) Are the results and conclusions well-supported? Reviewers should highlight if the data are incomplete, insufficient, or if there are errors, because the data may fail to lead to the results and thus the conclusions. (3) Are there any problems regarding statistics? The statistics reviewer needs to make sure there are no flaws or errors regarding statistical methods and analyses. (4) Confidentiality. Reviewers should respect and observe the confidentiality of the manuscript. Chinese Journal of Radiological Health subscribes fully to the COPE code of conduct and best practice for journal editors ensuring that the journal editors are responsible for everything published in our journal. The journal readers will always be informed about how the research is funded and the relationships of journal editors and editorial board members with authors, reviewers and editorial board members will be influenced by COPE recommendations.

Chinese Journal of Radiological Health:  1992 (v1, n1) to Present   ISSN: 1004-714X; EISSN: 1004-7140

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