BMJ Open HIV/AIDS
Welcome to BMJ Open HIV/AIDS, part of BMJ Open, the open access general medical journal from the BMJ Group
BMJ Open HIV/AIDS is part of a collection of new editions offering a focused perspective on the wide range of content published within BMJ Open.
All research published with BMJ Open HIV/AIDS has passed a rigorous, transparent peer review process, where the focus is on sound science and clear reporting. The BMJ Open HIV/AIDS edition welcomes papers covering all aspects of HIV/AIDS, from exposure to treatment.
Publishing with BMJ Open HIV/AIDS provides authors with a further option to showcase their research, ensuring maximum exposure to peers. Readers also have a specialist channel to keep up-to-date with the latest HIV/AIDS content.
- 1) Open access: High visibility for your research 2) Fast publication: Articles are published on average within a month of acceptance 3)Open peer review: Transparent peer review process
- 4) Authors retain copyright: All research is Creative Commons licensed 5)Indexing in PubMed, PubMed Central, Scopus and Google Scholar 6)Compliance with open access mandates: Including NIH, RCUK and Wellcome Trust policies
- 7) Collaboration with Dryad: Providing you with a simple way to store datasets and link to them from your published article 8)Science, not citability: Reviewers will judge your work on its own terms 9)Unlimited pages and no colour figure charges
- 10)Track your paper’s use: Article-level metrics including article accesses and downloads 11)Worldwide brand: Publish your paper in a brand you trust and gain instant recognition 12)In the news: BMJ Open papers consistently hit the headlines