Guidance For Contributors

Journey of a Non Clinical Doctor
Editorial Guidance for Journey of a Non-Clinical Doctor

"Journey of a Non-Clinical Doctor" thankfully invites doctors engaged in non-clinical roles to contribute to the knowledge base and share their experiences by submitting blog posts. "Journey of a Non-Clinical Doctor" publishes articles that are based on the 3 core themes.

"Journey of famous non-clinical doctors" For this theme, contributions are welcomed on professional stories of the most successful non-clinical doctors. We define successful non-clinical doctors as those physicians who spent a major part of professional life in non-clinical roles and whose contributions to the society are unmatched. 

Objective parameters for this may include and are not limited to 1. State Awardees for the public service including both civilian and military honors; 2. Pioneers of new disciplines in a geographic location; 3. Awardees from notable scientific/professional bodies set-up by law; 4. Founders of healthcare-related organizations, public, private, or non-profit, that were later recognized for excellence in their field; 5. Inventors and Discoverers of notable scientific or technical ideas, theories, and products that changed the scientific thoughts and process for good.

"Work profile of non-clinical doctors" For this theme, contributions are welcomed on career options available in non-clinical roles in different industries and institutions, public, private, and non-profit. A detailed description of a role is desirable, along with examples of day-to-day activities involved. Peculiarities of the role based on personal experience shall be highlighted. Prospects of the role should be emphasized, if possible. The article should be designed in a manner that is helpful for young medicos who are evaluating non-clinical career options.

"Challenges faced by non-clinical doctors" For this theme, contributions are welcomed on the personal as well as professional challenges faced by a particular non-clinical role, or by all non-clinical roles, in general. Strategies to overcome those challenges must be mentioned to generate a solution-seeking article rather than merely a description of problem areas.

The general editorial guidance for authors is provided below:
  1. Please submit your own original write-ups. Duplicate content or paraphrased content would likely be excluded from publication.
  2. Please acknowledge the credits for sourced images, videos, or other borrowed content and the required permissions to reuse content along with your submission.
  3. Please provide a short author profile ranging into 50 to 100 words along with a link to social media profiles such as LinkedIn or Twitter. All these would be published along with the article.
  4. Please avoid using hateful or abusive content for a person, group, or organization in your submission. Such articles wouldn't be published.
  5. There is no minimum or maximum word limit for the article. Please write as long or short as you feel is appropriate and required.
  6. Everybody has a natural style of writing and authors are encouraged to follow their instinctive styles while writing. There is no particular format or template which is recommended, but a title for the article is a minimum requirement.
  7. Please try to write with clarity without using complex language. 
  8. The submission doesn't automatically grant the right of publication. The article which is not published would be notified to the author within a week of submission. Suggestions for changes may also be provided to the authors in some cases. 
  9. There is neither any fee for publication and nor there would be payment of any kind made to the authors for submitting their original articles.
  10. We reserve the right to optimize the contents for search engines by using copywriting, adding headers, and similar transparent techniques.

Authors can submit their blog posts by sending an email to

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This Editorial Guidance was last updated on Thursday, Dec 23rd, 2021.
Should we update, amend or make any changes to our editorial guidelines, those changes will be posted here.

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