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The Journal of Trauma and Injury (JTI) has an online submission and peer review system at https://submit.jtraumainj.org.

All papers, including those invited by the Editor, are subject to peer review. A manuscript is first reviewed for its format and adherence to the aims and scope of the journal. If the manuscript does not fit the aims and scope of the journal or does not adhere to the Instructions for Authors, it may be returned to the author immediately after receipt and without a review. Before reviewing, all submitted manuscripts are inspected by Similarity Check powered by iThenticate (https://www.crossref.org/services/similarity-check), a plagiarism-screening tool.

The journal uses a double-blind peer-review process: the reviewers do not know the identity of the authors, and vice versa. All manuscripts undergo peer review by at least two reviewers with relevant expertise selected by the Editorial Board. If the data need professional statistical review by a statistician, statistical editing is performed.

The Editorial Board has the right to revise and edit the styles and structures of submitted manuscripts within the context if necessary. Once the decision on publication as accept, revision, or reject is made, it is directly notified to the corresponding author. After the final draft of manuscripts are proven to be appropriate according to the publication policies and styles of the journal, the decision of publication is finalized and expected publication date will be given. Rejected manuscripts are not to be considered again.

The decision to publish will be made by the Editorial Board of the journal after the peer review. JTI셲 average turnaround time from submission to decision is 48 weeks. The Editor is responsible for the final decision whether the manuscript is accepted or rejected.

All manuscripts from editors, employees, or members of the Editorial Board are processed the same way as other unsolicited manuscripts. During the review process, they will not engage in the selection of reviewers nor the decision process. Editors will not handle their own manuscripts even if they are commissioned ones.




  • Dual repair of traumatic flank hernia using laparoscopic and open approaches: a case report. J Trauma Inj. 2022;35:46-50


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