Resources to help you through the post-submission journey
The post-submission journey can be different for every paper. Here are some resources to help you through the various events that may come up along the way.
Once your manuscript has been accepted, all correspondence will be sent to the email address of your corresponding author as indicated on ScholarOne.
This is what to expect. [ … ]
BMJ mainly operates four types of peer review. Each journal offers a different type of peer review, so please check on their individual websites for details. [ … ]
We expect authors to inform the journal’s Production Editor (details on the Contact Us section of the journal website) of any errors they have noticed (or have been informed of) in their article once published. Corrections are made at the journal’s discretion. [ … ]
If a manuscript is rejected at any stage of the process, the author can opt to submit it to another BMJ journal. [ … ]