Frequently Asked Questions

The RJPLS Journal, an official journal along with our publishing partner HOPE, offers scientists an opportunity to publish in a peer-reviewed publication with a frequency of once in four months.

WHAT IS THE RJPLS JOURNAL?

The RJPLS Journal, publishes novel and significant findings in the various areas of pharmaceutical and life sciences impacting plant, human and veterinary therapeutics.

We invite submissions under the following article types:

  • Original Research Articles
  • Reviews and Mini-reviews
  • Short communications or reports

HOW CAN I ACCESS FULL TEXT ARTICLES?

RJPLS members have access to full text articles of The RJPLS Journal through the RJPLS website publication page followed by click on year and subsequently volume, issue and article number or click on current issue journal cover just once to access all RJPLS journal articles while in the same browser.

Not a member? Join RJPLS today!

Request by message to  editor@rjpls.com with your questions and article title.

HOW DO I SUBMIT?

The RJPLS Journal uses Editorial Manager as its peer-review tracking system. Manuscripts must be submitted by the corresponding author through Editorial Manager. You may be required to register as a new user with Editorial Manager upon your first visit. Straightforward login and registration procedures can be found on the website. Editorial Manager allows authors to track the progress of manuscript review in real time. Detailed, step-by-step instructions for submitting manuscripts can be found in Editorial Manager.

  1. Read The RJPLS Journal Instructions for Authors
  2. Read the RJPLS Journals ethics policy.
  3. Download and sign the RJPLS Transfer of Copyright agreement
  4. Submit and track your manuscript through Editorial Manager

The Research Journal of Pharmacy and Life Sciences (RJPLS) has established a position of leadership among pharmaceutical scientists such that the opinions of RJPLS groups and summary reports from RJPLS-sponsored events may be disseminated. This guideline provides a general framework by which such opinions should be communicated, posted, or published, and the process by which the association will review such items for approval.