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Journal of Men's Health (JOMH) has a wide range of content including diagnostic procedures, therapeutic management strategies, and innovative clinical research in gender-based biology.

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Journal of Men’s Health (JOMH)

 

About

The Journal of Men’s Health (JOMH) is a peer-reviewed publication covering all aspects of men’s health across the lifespan. As the official journal the International Society of Men’s Health (ISMH) the Journal publishes cutting-edge advances in a wide range of diseases and conditions, including diagnostic procedures, therapeutic management strategies, and innovative clinical research in gender-based biology to ensure optimal patient care. The Journal addresses disparities in health and life expectancy between men and women; increased risk factors such as smoking, alcohol abuse, and obesity; higher prevalence of diseases such as heart disease and cancer; and health care in underserved and minority populations.

 

Open Access

Open Access publishing has gone through significant changes and challenges over the years. Some journals and publishers have created a grey area of publishing that can only be cleared and risen above by publishers with integrity and a desire to provide authors with a highly viewed forum to publish their articles.

 

Best Practice Policies

DPG has enlisted the help of a Publishing Advisory Board to help us develop, monitor, and maintain best practice policies and procedures when it comes to our Open Access publishing program. DPG is a fee-based Open Access publisher and authors pay an APC (Article Processing Charge) for articles that are accepted for publication (after a rigorous peer review process). These fees differ from journal to journal. Please see individual titles for actual price.

 

Quality Content

The Editor-in-Chief of the respective journal first reviews all articles submitted to it to ensure the content is suitable for the journal.

Once reviewed, the Editor elects to either move the article through to the peer review process or reject articles, based on quality and the editorial contribution the article provides the journal.

Once the Editor feel an article meets the publishing criteria of the Journal, the article will move on for peer review. All peer review is double blind. Reviewers can elect to reject the article, accept the article with changes, or accept the article as is.  Reviewer comments are shared with the author and once the author has made any suggested changes to the article, the Editor gives final approval for publication. At this point the author is then charged the APC.  

Please see peer review process for more details.​

 

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Kelly Brooks

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