​Information for Authors


Critical Care Explorations accepts manuscript submissions through a submission service on another website.

Critical Care Explorations has specific instructions and guidelines for submitting articles. Those instructions and guidelines are readily available on the submission service site.

Please read and review them carefully. Articles that are not submitted in accordance with our instructions and guidelines are more likely to be rejected.


Manuscript Submission

Clicking on the submission service links on this page will open our manuscript submission service website in a new browser window.

Submit a manuscript


Research Communication Services

Authors interested in increasing awareness of their research through video slides, infographics/visual abstracts, news summaries or a plain-language summary can order these directly through the Wolters Kluwer author site with Editage. Graphic and written summaries help readers easily digest your research.

Authors can order the service directly: www.wkauthorservices.editage.com. Visit the website and click on services; on the drop-down menu, select research communication, which will deliver you to a menu page. Select your preferred service and click on Get quote now. Receive professional research support and broaden your reading audience.


Peer Review Policy

All submitted manuscripts are read by the editorial staff. To save time for authors and peer-reviewers, those original contributions judged to be of insufficient interest for our readership are rejected promptly and returned to the authors without further evaluation. If a submission is thought to be of potential interest by both the Editor in Chief and an Associate Editor, the submission is assigned to peer-reviewers. Care is taken to avoid conflicts of interest. The identities of the authors are disclosed to the peer reviewers; the peer-reviewers are offered anonymity to encourage candid assessment of the submission. Reviewers are asked to evaluate the submission with respect to the novelty, to generalizability, and to the likelihood that publication will change thinking or practice. Reviewers recommend acceptance, revision, or outright rejection. The Associate Editor synthesizes the reviews and recommendations for the Editor-in-Chief, who has the final authority and responsibility for determining whether a submission is ultimately published. 

 

Invited commentaries, letters to the editor, obituaries and similar content are reviewed by the editorial leadership and generally not evaluated by peer–reviewers.