Open Access

Reprints and Permissions

A reprint is a re-publication of material that has already been previously published. The term reprint is used with slightly different meanings in several fields. To reprint something is to publish it again, or issue it in a new form.

Sometimes books go out of print for a long time before a publisher reprints them, and in other cases they are continuously popular enough that a publishing company will reprint them constantly.

ClinicSearch articles from any of the Science journals that are published under a Creative Commons license CC BY license.

To determine whether your intended use of OA content requires further permission from ClinicSearch, see

Asset of ClinicSearch Open Access Journals:

Immediate and free access to the published articles: High visibility and readership through international dissemination

Authors retain copyright: Authors retain copyright under a Creative Commons license. Publications can be reused and redistributed as long as the original author is correctly attributed.

High quality and rigorous peer review: Immense quality and meticulous peer-review.

Rapid publication: Rapid approval and quick publication of manuscript

No space constraints: Immeasurable space for including figures, data and videos in the articles

Compliance with open access mandates: Open access publications can comply with open access mandates from funding sources or academic institutions in the fastest and easiest way. Inclusion in major bibliographic databases and institutional repositories without any embargo periods.

Who can scrutinize open access?
Examine yourself "who can scrutinize to open access" and you will definitely fall in any one of the below mentioned categories.

Researchers: Researchers are the pure users of open access and provide major contribution to the scientific society. Immediate visibility for research output and thus increased visibility and usage of their results. Open Access may even lead to an increase of impact.

Teachers & Students Unrestricted access to material, enriched education, allowing equality of learning in poor as well as in rich nations.

Publishers: Profit and nonprofit organization have come forward to publish their articles in open access in order to increase their journal exposure and impact.

Entrepreneur: Access to latest research in particular subject will speed up the innovation.

Medical professionals: Access to recent medical information is needed for doctors to update their knowledge and skills which can help in early diagnosis of diseases and more effective treatment and for better outcome.

Developing countries
It is well known that many universities and Research institutes in developing countries are not able to meet the high cost for subscription as a result they were not able to know about the current research development in their respective field. Open access provides an unlimited opportunity to connect research information and increase alertness between the scientific civilizations.

The Public
Early publishing of innovative research will allow other researchers to help them to pile up with their new ideas which can help further in their studies.

Clinical Trials and Clinical Research: I am delighted to provide a testimonial for the peer review process, support from the editorial office, and the exceptional quality of the journal for my article entitled “Effect of Traditional Moxibustion in Assisting the Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients.” The peer review process for my article was rigorous and thorough, ensuring that only high-quality research is published in the journal. The reviewers provided valuable feedback and constructive criticism that greatly improved the clarity and scientific rigor of my study. Their expertise and attention to detail helped me refine my research methodology and strengthen the overall impact of my findings. I would also like to express my gratitude for the exceptional support I received from the editorial office throughout the publication process. The editorial team was prompt, professional, and highly responsive to all my queries and concerns. Their guidance and assistance were instrumental in navigating the submission and revision process, making it a seamless and efficient experience. Furthermore, I am impressed by the outstanding quality of the journal itself. The journal’s commitment to publishing cutting-edge research in the field of stroke rehabilitation is evident in the diverse range of articles it features. The journal consistently upholds rigorous scientific standards, ensuring that only the most impactful and innovative studies are published. This commitment to excellence has undoubtedly contributed to the journal’s reputation as a leading platform for stroke rehabilitation research. In conclusion, I am extremely satisfied with the peer review process, the support from the editorial office, and the overall quality of the journal for my article. I wholeheartedly recommend this journal to researchers and clinicians interested in stroke rehabilitation and related fields. The journal’s dedication to scientific rigor, coupled with the exceptional support provided by the editorial office, makes it an invaluable platform for disseminating research and advancing the field.


Dr Shiming Tang

Clinical Reviews and Case Reports, The comment form the peer-review were satisfactory. I will cements on the quality of the journal when I receive my hardback copy


Hameed khan