Thursday, September 19, 2019

The Effectiveness of Energy Conservation Techniques in Reducing Fatigue in Clients with Multiple Sclerosis: Crimson Publishers

The Effectiveness of Energy ConservationTechniques in Reducing Fatigue in Clients with Multiple Sclerosis by Sarsak HI* in Researches in Arthritis & Bone Study Crimson Publishers: Journal of Bone Disease

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, inflammatory disease of the central nervous system. MS is most commonly seen in younger adults Mathiowetz [1]. It is one of the most common causes of disability in the United States. Fatigue, spasticity, tremors, weakness, visual problems, cognitive problems are all common symptoms of MS. Fatigue is the most frustrating symptom that can lead to disability. A patient with MS with fatigue is not able to perform daily activities and occupational role efficiently Mathiowetz [2]. There are various types of medications and non-pharmocological treatment that have been used Sauter [3]. Energy Conservation (EC) techniques, is a type of non-pharmocological treatment. EC techniques mainly consist of education on rest, modification in activities and environment, balancing work and self-care, education on ergonomics and body mechanics. EC techniques are designed in such a way that they help MS clients to use their limited energy in a productive way Vanage [4]. The purpose of this study was to review the evidence available regarding the effectiveness of the EC treatment on clients with MS. For the purpose of this study, we created a clinical/research PICO question (Population, Intervention, Comparison, and Outcome), a key to the evidence-based decision Richardson

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Molecular Study of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Human Reservoirs and Infections in Bastak_Crimson Publishers

Molecular Study of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Human Reservoirs and Infections in Bastak: Crimson Publishers: Cohesive Journal of microbiology & infectious disease_Journal of Microbiology

Leishmaniasis is one the six most important diseases in tropical areas. Study and research on various aspects of it is recommended and supported by the World Health Organization. Broom tail rodents (Rodentia: Muridae: Gerbillinae) are the most important reservoir host of parasite causes wet cutaneous leishmaniasis (or Zoonotic Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (ZCL) disease) means leishmania major. Different species of rodents from different regions of Iran play role in maintenance of the parasite. The purpose of this research is molecular study of cutaneous leishmaniasis human reservoirs and infections in Bastak County, Hormozgan Province, Iran

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Saturday, September 14, 2019

Crimson Publishers: Editorial for The Journal of Evolutions in Mechanical Engineering

Editorial for The Journal of Evolutions in Mechanical Engineering by Ananthapadmanaban D* in Evolutions in Mechanical  Engineering_ Materials Science

Mechanical Engineering has become very interdisciplinary in the modern era. So, it is only fair that the recent Evolutions in Mechanical Engineering is being brought out as a separate Journal. Mechanical Engineering in recent times has drawn from areas like Materials Science, Mechatronics, Automotive Engineering and Renewable Energy. Traditional Mechanical Engineering mainly meant Thermal Engineering, Design and Manufacturing Engineering.

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Friday, September 13, 2019

Crimson Publishers Wings To The Research

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Crimson Publishers is such a unique platform for accumulating and publicize the scientific knowledge on research sciences. This includes all forms of content like research and perspective articles in various areas like Medical, Clinical, Life and biomedical Sciences, Accounting and Pharmaceuticals. Crimson Publishers has 1500+ Editorial Board members and published 6000+ articles.  It maintains the honorable, systematic and fair peer review process. Besides, quality control is fascinated in each step of the publication process.
We always rely on the support from the members of Journals. We that is pertinently their Authors, Editorial Committee members, advisory board, Reviewers Board and all the technical support teams all over the world. Crimson Publishers is communal for coordination and cooperation in terms of sharing the scientific knowledge.  Crimson Publishers adores to take world latest concept of video articles, Reprints, E-books at ease and cost-efficient manner and explore the research work to the world in the format the user need. we aim to progress the integrated design for educational researchers and practitioners to encourage innovations and new research frontiers in scientific field. 
Crimson Publishers is a multidisciplinary open access publisher ( is execution of a global podium for the Deans, professors, academicians, researchers and students of the relevant disciplines to share their scientific excellence in the form of an original research article, review article, case reports, short communication, opinion, perspectives, etc.
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we provides advance platform for researchers for making their research work live and exemplify investigational visualization to the world. Crimson Publishers also helps researchers to demonstrate their work by video to all young researchers, as this helps authors to get rapid acquaintance among their research community within short span of time. Crimson Publishers is the best and enhanced quality publications competes the world wide open access publishing market.

Author GuidelinesCrimson Publishers Author Guidelines

  • The Author ensures that the research has been conducted responsibly and ethically with adherence to all relevant regulations. Every precaution is exercised in carrying out the research meticulously and possible appropriate procedures for analyzing the data must also be taken care of. It is the sole responsibility of the Author for his/her work and the published content. The Author follows up with the whole process of publishing promptly and reports all the methods and findings employed in it are reported without any fail. The statistical data, the way the data is presented, font script needed to be attended well.
  • The authors must maintain utmost transparency in disclosing the relevant details in executing the research such as financial assistance, procurement of equipment, any assistance with analyzing statistical data, and writing assistance. The research sponsor promptly given credit for exactly during which stage of the research they have supported (eg: design, execution, analysis, interpretation, reporting). The monetary considerations and relationships that might influence the research findings are properly reported to the editor, the reviewer, and the research sponsor. In disclosing any conflicting interests, the authors must follow the journal guidelines.
  • Providing appropriate authorship and acknowledgement is of paramount importance.The authorship of research publications gives due credit to individual contributions. The less substantial contributions are restricted to acknowledgement section. The authorship criteria are supplemented by the journal editors themselves, should conflict arise the authors are deemed final authority. The guidelines for the attribution of the authorship and the acknowledgement should be promoted by the research institutions. The author refrains from accepting gifts or any practices of false attribution of authorship for the sake of gift, money and fully avoids encouraging any ghost authorship. The corresponding author is the first point of contact between the journal editor and the other co-authors keeping them updated with the publication process.
  • If any errors or omissions detected after the publication, the author is expected to cooperate withthe editor or the publisher. The authors should not ask for the authorship in exchange with sharing any relevant material, however proper acknowledgement is expected. Any post publication comments, the authors should respond appropriately. The integrity of the research and reporting are the sole responsibilities of the author. All the authors are expected to be familiar with the reported work and principles laid out in the journal guidelines must be followed.
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  • The authors following the publisher’s requirements must ensure that the manuscript under consideration not submitted for the publication before.The editor is notified if the Author wishes to withdraw his/her work from review or chooses not to respond reviewers’ comments, however is expected to respond to reviewers’ comments in a professional and timely manner. The authors must respect the press embargos requested by the journal and refrain their research findings to be reported elsewhere other the journal for publication.
  • Any violation from the journal guidelines leading to fabrication, misinterpretation or inappropriate data manipulation should be avoided. Any modifications in the research images causing misunderstanding also should not be practiced. If an article which has been published but found to be violating the journal guidelines, might warrant retraction with or without the approval from the author. The reports on the research should not omit any inconsistent results that do not comply with author’s interpretations. The authors if they find any errors in any submitted, accepted or published work they must inform the editors. The publications must include study limitations. Appropriate permission and acknowledgement is given before reproducing any copyright material. Relevant previous work done by the researchers is acknowledged and referenced. Any data, text or ideas initiated by the other researchers should be properly acknowledged. The authors should present copies of relevant publications to the editor and primary publication should be referenced when multiple publications arise from single publication. Relevant copyright conventions and permissions must be respected and the authors should seek permission from the publishers before republishing the original work.

Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism Policy Crimson Publishers

  • Plagiarism refers to intentional copying of others work without proper attribution or copies content without providing for appropriate references.
  • Crimson publishers follow strict policy in case of plagiarism within its purview. Before, during or after the publication process if the editorial board member, reviewer, author etc. detects any element of plagiarism; the authors are advised to provide proper citations. An article plagiarized more than 25% is summarily rejected and the author is informed the same.
  • The submitted manuscript is checked for the plagiarism before starting the review process.
  • If 5% plagiarism is detected the manuscript is sent for revision by proving an ID. The manuscript is sent back to the author if the plagiarism extent is in between 5% to 30%, but the manuscript is not provided with an ID. If more than 30% plagiarism is detected, the manuscript is rejected without the review process and the authors are advised to revise and resubmit the manuscript.
  • The publishers request our readers if they come across any instance of the plagiarism; they are requested to provide sufficient information to the editorial office giving the details such as the journal name, manuscript title, volume number, issue number, year of publication or any other information which may be of interest to the journal. The publisher guidelines are taken into consideration in this regard.
  • The manuscript which clears the review process and gets published in the journal but later on detected to contain plagiarized content, the author’s office and funding agencies are contacted. Each page of the PDF is marked and based on the extent of plagiarism; the article may be formally retracted.
  • Anti-plagiarism software is employed to check the originality of an article. The manuscript that is submitted is understood to be unpublished work and is not considered for publication elsewhere. Duplicate publication of the submitted manuscript in whole or in parts will be considered as a breaching of plagiarism policy and is not welcome by the journal. Plagiarism also essentially violates the laws of copyright and one’s original ideas, words and the unique expressions are seriously ill-represented. The plagiarism is also extended to figures, tables, equations or illustrations, direct downloads from the internet without proper acknowledgement to the sources from which they are taken.
  • Sometimes, the authors are in danger of committing self-plagiarism. It refers to reuse of one’s own copyrighted material without proper attribution to the original source. If a categorical reference is made to previously published work or the exact sentences are cited in quotation marks, it clearly separates it from the rest of the content and doesn’t create any ambiguity. At times, the authors may not aware that they are plagiarizing the content; nevertheless it is one’s own responsibility to clearly demarcate the differences between paraphrasing and quoting exact words and citing with proper references. At times, the authors knowingly borrow the ideas, contents from the other authors which constitutes blatant plagiarism. Sometimes, the authors resort to much more devious means such as salami-slicing where the authors extract small amounts of data in increments from the previously published articles.

If the suspected plagiarism is detected in a published article

  • The individual whoever has disclosed this information is advised to follow the process to effectively address the issue.
  • The extent of copying in the published article suspected of plagiarism is evaluated.
  • The Editorial Board members are intimated and asked for their valuable feedback.
  • The author for the article in question is contacted with supporting evidence and asked for a response.
  • If the authors are found guilty of plagiarism, Crimson publishers publishes official retraction of the paper.
  • The publishers will not consider the author’s any publications in the future for a period of 5 years.
  • The authors are required to acknowledge that they are well aware of Crimson Publishers’ policy on plagiarism before they make article’s copyright transfer agreement.
  • Different types of plagiarism are explained based on extent, originality of the copied material, context, referencing, intention, author seniority and language. The Journal responses to plagiarism include educating authors, contacting authors’ institutions, issuing corrections and issuing retractions.
  • The Editor provides the following documentation in response to the plagiarized work:the description of the alleged misconduct; manuscript title; the list of the authors; title of ideas; list of creators and date of creation; copies of both the manuscripts; full name and address of the complainant.
  • The charge of the plagiarism, the supporting materials and the outcomes remain confidential and are known to only those who are involved in the review process.
  • The sanctions on the plagiarized manuscript include ban from the submission to Crimson Publishers for a period of time; and the author guilty of plagiarism holding the editorial office is removed. The authors are asked to write a letter of apology to the author of the plagiarized paper and admitting to the act of plagiarism. In the event of denial from the author of plagiarism charges, penalties are invoked for providing statutory relief and U.S. Copyright law allows a copyright owner to seek a maximum of $150,000 in damages upon a determination of willful infringement of copyright.

The Journal expects the authors to follow the ensuing guidelines:

  • The focus should be on ideas published in the prior works.
  • In Word-to-Word Copying, the authors are expected to ensure their works are properly italicized and indented, citations to include link to URLs.
  • Though the Journal adopts double-blind review, however proper attribution is provided.
  • The creative contribution of ideas, texts, analyzes presented in a paper which is under consideration for the publication are also cited in subsequent papers as a first source.
  • Using, duplicating and copying the empirical data that is employed in the previous published works must be properly referenced and cited.
  • When using the mathematical data from the previous works it is always advisable to re-use of notation for the consistency, re-use of variable definition is encouraged.
  • When in doubt, it is always best to cite the previous publications or describe the situation writing a cover letter to the editor.
    Crimson Publishers Plagiarism Policy

Peer Review Process

Crimson Publishers Peer Review Process

The Peer Review is an assessment by an expert of material submitted for publication. The Peer Review Policy is the most essential tool in assessing the quality of publication process that analyzes, validates, and integrates new research findings. The peer review is a quintessential quality measure to prevent plagiarism. The reviewers have a very active role to play in the society by checking the bountiful scientific communication that is available. The procedure highlights the best papers for originality and importance. We, at the Crimson Publishers adopt Double-blind peer review. The peer reviewers ensure the previous research is acknowledged and help detect any possible plagiarism.
Once the reviewers are chosen, the confirmation letters are sent to initiate the process of the review procedure. The reviewers make sure that the review is completed in a mutually agreed time-frame and any delay in review is promptly intimated, and the issues that are encountered during the time of the review are communicated to the journal. Poorly constructed papers are rejected before being subjected to external peer review and the authors are provided guidelines as to how to write a research paper. If the research paper has substantial issue then the specialized translation service is recommended.
The editor contacting the reviewer directly renders it a more personalized touch, polite yet effective. The editor is notified of the reviewer’s decision when the abstract is sent before the review process even begins, helping the reviewer to take quick and informed decision. Once the review report is submitted, it is subjected to other procedures of review before being accepted. The Crimson Publishers follows the Double-blind peer refereeing which helps to alleviate the problem of devious means of refereeing. This process is ideal for eliminating any potential bias; further, it works well with the authors working in developing countries and for those who have ‘ordinary’ reputation.
The Editor properly furnishes the reviewer with the information comprising a policy on anonymity, a policy statement on whether all articles are sent out for review, information on the selection of the reviewers, the number of the reviewers, the protocol a referee is expected to follow, the criteria for publication evaluation, the basis for the final decision, the method adopted to convey referee’s remarks with the author, statement on conflict of interest, rejection rates and feedback to reviewers.

Peer Review Flowchart

Peer Review Flowchart

Peer review is a positive process

Peer review is an integral part of scientific publishing that confirms the validity of the science reported. Peer reviewers are experts who volunteer their time to help improve the journal manuscripts they review-they offer authors free advice.
Through the peer review process, manuscripts should become:
  • More robust: Peer reviewers may point out gaps in your paper that require more explanation or additional experiments.
  • Easier to read: If parts of your paper are difficult to understand, reviewers can tell you so that you can fix them.
  • More useful: Peer reviewers also consider the importance of your paper to others in your field. Of course, in addition to offering authors advice, another important purpose of peer review is to make sure that the manuscripts the journal eventually publishes are of high quality. If a journal publishes too many low-quality manuscripts, its reputation and number of readers will decline.

Editorial rejection

Your journal manuscript can be rejected if it:
  • Lacks proper structure
  • Lacks the necessary detail for readers to fully understand the authors' analysis
  • Has no new science
  • Does not clearly explain which parts of the findings are new science, versus what was already known
  • Lacks up-to-date references
  • Contains theories, concepts, or conclusions that are not fully supported by its data, arguments, and information
  • Does not provide enough details about materials and methods to allow other scientists to repeat the experiment
  • Lacks clear descriptions or explanations of:
  • Hypotheses tested
  • The experimental design
  • Sample characteristics and descriptive statistics
  • Describes poor experimental design, or faulty or insufficient statistical analysis


When revising your manuscript and responding to peer review comments:
  • Address all points raised by the editor and reviewers
  • Describe the revisions to your manuscript in your response letter
  • Perform any additional experiments or analyses the reviewers recommend (unless you feel that they would not make your paper better; if this is the case, explain why in your response letter)
  • Provide a polite and scientific rebuttal to any points or comments you disagree with
  • Differentiate between reviewer comments and your responses in your letter
  • Clearly show the major revisions in the text, either with a different color text, by highlighting the changes, or with Microsoft Word's Track Changes feature
  • Return the revised manuscript and response letter within the time period the editor tells you

Processing Fee

Crimson Publishers

Our publishers offer free, unrestricted access to the scholarly information all those who are in need. Crimson Publishers is a Gold Open-Access publisher. Our efforts to ensure quality service which includes number of steps such as editing, proofreading, quality check, web maintenance, plagiarism check and many more aspects. The Article Processing Charges (APCs) justify the tedious work that is involved in it before any manuscript is accepted for publication.

Why does Crimson Journals charge article processing fee (APF) for publishing in its journals?

Crimson Publishers cover the cost of journal production, web hosting, CMS, database, online repository, archiving, peer review, editing, open access publication, and modest publication fees borne by the authors. The articles published in different journals are full text journal and available in PDF, XML versions. We are stand-alone organization and do not receive any funding from any institution/government. The functioning of the journal is supported by the funds received in the form of publication fee received from the authors. The charges meet the expenses of our employees, salaries, internet services, electricity etc. The journals of the Crimson publishers do not receive payments from subscription as they are available open access. A peer-reviewed, edited, and formatted manuscript which is ready for publication made available open access and print-enabled version requires processing charges. We also have minimum handling charges for a manuscript for the accepted manuscript. The publication fee is paid through different channels and we will send the confirmation of the payment receipts once the payment is made. Hence, the APCs are paid by the authors or research institutes or funding agencies on behalf of the authors.
CountryOthersOpinion (OP)Short Communication (SC)Mini Review (MRW)Review (RW)Case Report (CR)Research (RA)
High Income Countries$431$528$581$633$822$847$1110
Middle Income Countries$370$422$475$534$616$631$873
Low Income countries$263$316$317$431$544$580$770

The Effectiveness of Energy Conservation Techniques in Reducing Fatigue in Clients with Multiple Sclerosis: Crimson Publishers

The Effectiveness of Energy ConservationTechniques in Reducing Fatigue in Clients with Multiple Sclerosis by Sarsak HI* in Researches in...