American Institute of Homeopathy

Guidelines for Authors

The American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine (AJHM) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal specifically intended to meet the needs of physicians involved in the specialty of homeopathy. The editor invites original manuscripts, feature articles, research reports, 'Homeopathic Grand Rounds' case studies, abbreviated case reports for 'Clinical Snapshots,' seminar reports, and position papers that focus on homeopathy, as well as book reviews and letters to the editor.

The editor reserves the right to edit and rewrite all articles or letters. Authors will be notified concerning acceptance, recommended revisions, or rejection of their manuscripts no later than ten (10) weeks after the manuscript is received. At times, longer delays may be unavoidable. Once accepted for publication, notice of acceptance and the projected date of publication will be sent to the senior author, together with the edited manuscript if significant changes have been made to the manuscript. Authors are fully responsible for the accuracy of quotations, references, and data submitted

Compliance with International Committee of Medical Journal Editors Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts - a brief summary of the bulk of the requirements is listed here.