|Full Journal Title||Iranian Journal of Pediatrics (IJP)|
Growth & Development Research Center, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, IR Iran
|Publishing Approval||Minister's deputy office in press and publicity affairs of ministry of culture and Islamic guidance according to certificate number 102/3354 on 24 Aug 1991 as international quarterly medical journal.
Minister's deputy office of Ministry of Health and Medical Education according to certificate number 143476 on 11 Dec 2004 as an international quarterly medical journal.
|Aim & Scope||Iranian Journal of Pediatrics (Iran J Pediatr) is a peer-reviewed medical publication. The purpose of Iran J Pediatr is to increase knowledge, stimulate research in all fields of Pediatrics, and promote better management of pediatric patients. To achieve the goals, the journal publishes basic, biomedical, and clinical investigations on prevalent diseases relevant to pediatrics. The acceptance criteria for all papers are the quality and originality of the research and their significance to our readership. Except where otherwise stated, manuscripts are peer-reviewed by minimum three anonymous reviewers. The Editorial Board reserves the right to refuse any material for publication and advises that authors should retain copies of submitted manuscripts and correspondence as the material cannot be returned. Final acceptance or rejection rests with the Editors.|
Following categories are the main areas of the interest:
|Abbreviation Title||ISO: Iran. J. Pediatr. | JCR: IRAN J PEDIATR|
|ISSN||Print: 2008-2142 | Electronic: 2008-2150|
|Journal Country/Territory||IR Iran|
|Type of Publishing||Article-Based Publishing (Continuous)|
|Price||Online: Open Access; Article Acceptance Rate: refer here|
|Indexing Sources||Complete list of indexing sources|
|Scientific Collaborators||Department of Pediatrics, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, IR Iran|
|Digital Archiving Policy||This journal deposits its articles in PMC (till 2016) and Portico to guarantee long-term digital preservation.|