ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The Journal of Gastrointestinal Infections (JGI) is a peer-reviewed official publication of the Gastrointestinal Infection Society of India (GISI). The journal is a single-blinded peer reviewed bi-annual journal which publishes original investigations, reviews, brief reports, unique cases or series, clinical images and letters of relevance to the broad subspecialty of gastrointestinal infections. The journal is published both in print and online, with articles appearing online as they are accepted. The journal aims at ensuring effective communication of research in various aspects at the confluence of Gastroenterology and Microbiology. The journal is also interested in the work focusing on the impact of the microbiome on the gastrointestinal system and infections in the setting of gastrointestinal diseases. The journal is of relevance to clinicians, infectious disease specialists, microbiologists, gastroenterologists, researchers and residents; both as a resource for continuing medical education as also a vehicle to disseminate newer concepts and strategies for managing contemporary issues.
The journal, being supported by the GISI, does not charge for submission, processing or publication of papers. The journal is committed to provide quick and authoritative decisions to the authors. The journal accepts format free initial submissions with formatting requests made at the revision stage.
Aim of the journal:
To serve the global community in the field of gastrointestinal infections, by providing the researchers an avenue for publication and dissemination of important findings. While the journal remains open for submissions from any geographic regions, the editorial team would ensure that findings from developing or underdeveloped regions find a place in the journal without any bias.
Scope of the Journal:
The journal will cover studies related to gastrointestinal infections, hepatobiliary infections and the gut microbiome. The Journal of Gastrointestinal Infections is devoted to the dissemination of new knowledge concerning the various aspects of human infections and infestations of the gastrointestinal system, pancreas and the hepato-biliary tract. The authors can submit to any of the following sections
1) Enteric infections
2) Clostridioides difficile
3) Gastrointestinal tuberculosis
4) Helicobacter pylori
5) Viral hepatitis and other hepatic infections
6) Biliary infections
7) Pancreatic infections
8) Endoscopy, interventions and infections
9) Gut microbiome
10) Education in gastroenterology and hepatology
Why submit to JGI?
· Quick decisions (Mean time to first decision to review or desk reject - 3 days)
· Open access without any charges for submission, processing or publication
· Free use of online color
· Format free initial submissions