The Journal of Allied Health is the official publication of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP). The Journal is the only interdisciplinary allied health periodical, publishing scholarly works related to research and development, feature articles, research abstracts and book reviews. Readers of The Journal comprise allied health leaders, educators, faculty and students.
Subscribers to The Journal consist of domestic and international college and university libraries, health organizations and hospitals. Almost 20% of subscribers, in the last three years, have been from outside of the United States. Subscribers include the World Health Organization, the American Medical Association and major universities.
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Volume 46 Number 3
Employers Viewpoint on Clinical Education
Christopher W. O’Brien, PhD, LAT, ATC
Roy Anderson, MS
Benjamin Ayzenberg, SPT
Patricia Chute, EdD
Tracy Farnsworth, EdD, MHSA, MBA
Robert McLaughlin, PhD
Barbara Romig, PhD, MBA
Yasmen Samonian, PhD, MLS(ASCP)CM
Jacquelyn Sample, DrOT, MEd, OTR/L
Troy Tynsky, MEd
Marcie Weinstein, PhD, MBA
Julie O’Sullivan Maillet, PhD, RDN
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Manuscript Review Process
Initial Evaluation: When a manuscript is received in the office of the Journal of Allied Health, it is sent to two or three reviewers who are either members of the Editorial Board or Peer Reviewers. With a one-month turnaround time to complete the review, they can suggest one of four categories:
- Publish as is,
- Publish with minor revisions,
- Publish with major revisions, or
- Do not publish
Revisions and Editing: If there is a disagreement, the Editor makes the decision as to whether the review should continue. If the decision puts the manuscript in the publishable category, the reviewers’ comments are sent to the author for revision. Authors also are given a one-month turnaround time to make revisions.
The revised manuscript is returned to the same reviewers, along with all critiques of the manuscript. Again, they are given a one-month turnaround time for further review.
This process is continued until a final decision is made as to whether or not to publish the manuscript. Once accepted, it is placed in the queue for publication.
Overall Timeline: The average time from submission to acceptance is approximately six months. Usually, those manuscripts that are accepted first are published first. In some cases, however, a manuscript may move ahead at a faster pace if it fits with a specific theme of an issue of the Journal. Since each issue must be sent to the publisher three months prior to publication, the minimum time from submission to publication would be five months. This event, however, is exceedingly rare. A more likely scenario is eight months to one year.