Aims and scope
Journal of Case Reports and Studies (JCRS) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal which publishes case reports/case studies, brief reports on clinical and laboratory observations, clinical briefs and advances, letter to the editor, photograph/radiograph and ECG of the month regarding all disorders and diseases of all medical specialties.
A case study (also referred to as a case report) is an intensive analysis of an individual unit (e.g., a person, group, or event) stressing organic process factors in relevance context. The case study is common in social sciences and life sciences. Case studies may be descriptive or informative. The latter kind is employed to explore deed so as to seek out underlying principles.
The case study is an analysis approach, between concrete information taking techniques and methodological paradigms. Beyond decisions concerning case selection and also the subject and object of the study, decisions got to be created concerning purpose, approach and method within the case study.
Our aim is to encourage the publication of recent data by providing a platform for reporting distinctive, unusual and rare cases that enhance our understanding of illness method, its identification, management and clinico-pathologic correlations.
Journal of Case Reports and Studies covers the following fields:
- Cell Biology
- Laboratory Studies
- Molecular Biology
JCRS do not stick to particular area of research, as case reports and studies is a vast field it covers all areas. JCRS is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of prevention, diagnosing and management of diseases in humans, similarly associated genetics, pathophysiology and medical specialty. JCRS publishes original clinical and laboratory-based analysis, along with reports of clinical trials, reviews and a few case reports. We aim to bring latest research advancements to a wide international audience.