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Nigerian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology: Editorial Policies

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Focus and Scope

The journal publishes original research on the biology and diseases of the Gut, Liver, Pancreas, Peritoneum and spleen both in humans and experimental animal models. It 

Reviewers owe a sacred responsibility to the scientific community in upholding the highest level of decorum in reviewing manuscripts assigned to them. It is indeed a rare privilege to review the scientific publications of colleagues. To this end reviewers are to review promptly the papers assigned to them or return it to the editor within the shortest possible time should they be unable to review for any justifiable reason. Such reasons may be incompetence in the area or conflict of interest among others. Reviewers as a matter of trust should not discuss papers reviewed with the author(s) and should not make any use of the work described in the manuscript or to take advantage of the knowledge they gained by reviewing it before publication. Reviewers are to recognise that acceptance and publication of papers reviewed still rests solely on the Editorial Board of the Nigerian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and this is without prejudice to appreciation of the worth of their unremunerated efforts.

aims to serve clinical and basic scientists in areas of gastroenterology and hepatology.

 

Section Policies

Articles

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

Reviewers owe a sacred responsibility to the scientific community in upholding the highest level of decorum in reviewing manuscripts assigned to them. It is indeed a rare privilege to review the scientific publications of colleagues. To this end reviewers are to review promptly the papers assigned to them or return it to the editor within the shortest possible time should they be unable to review for any justifiable reason. Such reasons may be incompetence in the area or conflict of interest among others. Reviewers as a matter of trust should not discuss papers reviewed with the author(s) and should not make any use of the work described in the manuscript or to take advantage of the knowledge they gained by reviewing it before publication. Reviewers are to recognise that acceptance and publication of papers reviewed still rests solely on the Editorial Board of the Nigerian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and this is without prejudice to appreciation of the worth of their unremunerated efforts.

 

Editorial Board

Editor-In-Chief

Dr JA Otegbayo

Editorial Committee

Prof. EA Agbakwuru Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Prof FB Abdulkareem.

Dr AO Lesi

Dr. BM Tijani

Editorial Consultants

Prof MC Kew - South Africa

Prof S. Bar-Meir - Israel

Prof William Lee - USA

Prof Maurizo Bonacini - USA

Prof Wole Atoyebi - Nigeria

Prof JO Ogunbiyi - Nigeria

Dr JK Ladipo - Nigeria

Dr O Rotimi -UK

Publishing Consultant

Mr David Olubukola Oyejide

Administrative Secretary/Editorial Assistant

Ms MO Olabisi

 

The Society for Gastroenterology and Hepatology in Nigeria (SOGHIN)

National Executive Officers:

President: Professor OS Ojo

Vice-President: Dr MM Borodo

Secretary General: Professor DA Ndububa

Assistant Secretary: Dr CE Omuemu

Treasurer: Dr EN Okeke

Publicity Secretary: Dr A A Samaila

Editor-In-Chief: Dr JA Otegbayo



ISSN: 2251-0079
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