Submission policy, peer-review and editorial board members: interesting conflicts and conflicts of interest
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The Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine welcomes an ever-increasing number of submissions while maintaining an acceptance level well below half of all submitted manuscripts, meaning that the number and quality of submitted papers are increasing. As has been stated in the past, the editors endorse a number of guidelines in order to improve presentation and style as well as adherence to current standards in publishing. Notably, all papers submitted to the SJTREM and potentially deemed suitable for publication will undergo peer-review from at least 2 (and often more) referees before making a final decision to accept or reject. Due to an increasing number of case reports, the decision to immediately reject those deemed unsuitable for the SJTREM has become more rigorous. The SJTREM wishes to maintain a main focus on original articles, review articles and solicited commentaries to selected studies
JournalScandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine
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