Family Practice and Palliative Care (FPPC) is a peer-reviewed, open-access, current periodical journal, free of processing and publishing charges except pre-assessment/submission charge not subject to acceptance / rejection ($25-100, since 07/03/2020). Our journal is published three times annually.
Family Pracitce and Palliative Care (FPPC) is both national (Tr-Dizin/Ulakbim) and international indexed journal (DOAJ and Index Copernicus indexes).
Family Practice and Palliative Care (FPPC-Family Practice and Palliative Care) evaluates articles in Turkish or English in any subject that can contribute to a Family Physician's multidisciplinary and biopsychosocial approach. Applications for all medical sciences (internal, surgical, basic, etc.) will be included in our journal if it is for this purpose.
We encourage researchers to send their manuscript about Palliative Care to our journal as we support Palliative Care to develop.
Our mission is to add value to scientific article with respectful-empathic communication, self-sacrificing and constructive editorial in loyalty to international scientific standards. Our vision is to contribute to scientific publishing, science, family practice and palliative care.
Editorial Process and Peer Review
In the Pre-Control phase, all articles are subject to plagiarism and in compliance with writing rules. If plagiarism is identified, the COPE guidelines on plagiarism will be followed. Revision is required for compliance with writing rules.
If it passes the pre-control phase, the manuscripts are evaluated by at least two peer-review. Minor and / or Major Revisions are issued with a Reject or Acceptance Decision.
If your article is accepted for publishing, the data passes through editorial revisions that will increase clarity and intelligibility without being modified. The editorial and scientific content of the journal and full responsibility for the publication time of this content belong to the editorial office.
It is mandatory for the researcher to keep the data of each research published for 5 years. According to the rules of our publication policy and the international publishing organizations we are involved in, we will be able to ask the authors of the data and analysis programs of some articles from time to time.
Conflict of Interest
Authors should declare that there is no conflict of interest and also, if there is any, the status for their financial support should be clear in the copyright transfer form and at the end of the article.
Authorship Rights Policy
The authors should indicate their contributions to the manuscript in the copyright transfer form, and declare at least three contributions in order to have authorship rights.
Open Access Policy
FPPC has adopted the “open access policy” by considering the principle increasing the global exchange of the knowledge that generates useful results for humanity. FPPC is an "open access" journal the content of which is available to all users freely. Users can read the articles in full text, download, print out and link to articles citing the journal without taking permission from the publisher or the author(s).
Conditions for Use
Family Practice and Palliative Care is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 UK: England & Wales (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 UK) at http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/issn/2458-8865/. A pdf version of the articles published in the journal may be used in accordance with the SHERPA / RoMEO policy (See the full details of the license).
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