The Intercontinental Journal of Emergency Medicine aims to publish issues related to all fields of emergency medicine and all specialties involved in the management of emergencies in the hospital and prehospital environment of the highest scientific and clinical value at an international level and accepts articles on these topics. This journal is indexed by indices that are considered international scientific journal indices (DRJI, ESJI, OAJI, etc.). According to the current Associate Professorship criteria, it is within the scope of International Article 1-d. Each article published in this journal corresponds to 5 points.

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Author Self-Archiving Policy

The author (s) permission to self-archive a preprint, an author's accepted manuscript version, and a published version of their article under the following policy:

1. The first stage is when the manuscript is drafted completely and is ready for submission (before peer review), which is sometimes called the original or pre-print version. At this stage, the author (s) have the right to make a pre-print of their articles available anywhere at any time. Several choices are available for the author (s) to self-archive a preprint version, such as their own personal websites, institutional or non-commercial subject-based repositories, commercial platform websites or repositories, or social media. However, Once the Article has been published in the Journal, the author (s) should update the acknowledgment and provide a link to the definitive version on the Journal’s website: “This is a pre-print of an article published in [Journal ...]. The final authenticated version is available online at https://doi.org/[insert Digital Object Identifier (DOI)]".

2. The second stage is when the manuscript has been accepted in the journal after successfully passing the peer-review process, and just before undergoing copyediting, typesetting, and proof correction. In this stage, the Journal of Ideas in Health made clear that an ("Embargo Period") extends from the date of acceptance to publication

However, during the ("Embargo Period,") the author (s)  retained the following rights:

Make their accepted manuscript available on their own personal webpages (excluding commercial websites and repositories).

To deposit their accepted articles on their employer's internal website, their institutional and/or funder repositories, provided that they are not made publicly available until after the Embargo Period. In this case, acknowledgment should be included after the article is published in the journal. This is a post-peer review, pre-copyedit version of an article published in [Journal ...]. The final authenticated version is available online at http://dx.doi.org/[insert DOI]".

The Journal defines commercial websites and/or repositories as services intended to make commercial gains. This definition includes charging fees for access, distribution, or aggregation of journal content; selling advertising on websites, repositories, or any other way alongside the journal content; and the sale of user data.

The third stage is when the article has been published online, granted a specific DOI, and appears in the journal.  Journal ... is an open-access journal; therefore, at this stage, the author (s) retain the right to upload and distribute their links anywhere upon publication immediately.