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  Scientific Upscaling of Research via Guidance by Experts (SURGE)

A Concept Founded and Promoted by the Journal of Emergencies, Trauma and Shock (JETS) and adopted by Journal of Global Infectious Diseases. (JGID)

Research is conducted to add knowledge on a topic. Research interests vary across the globe. If science has to grow it is important that research be accepted, inspected and respected from every corner of the world. There are many times that research material is good but lacks the presentation format which is needed to package and present the outcomes.

The mission of the JGID Team is to allow investigators across the world to have to their pleasure a high quality international publication to publish and promote research for others to gain knowledge.

We at JGID intend to maintain our high quality by accepting research of high quality. We also intend to help good research and researchers improvise their work to bring it to a super quality which meets global standards.

The SURGE Initiative is something which the JGID Team prides to be associated with.

The way SURGE works is as soon as an article is submitted to JGID the Editorial Administrator decides about the potential of the article for publication. When the article is considered as a potential publication it is assigned to Expert Internal Editors who then decide whether it will go for External Peer Review or it will stay back for Expert Guidance for improvisation before being sent out for peer review.

The improvisation process involves personal guidance by Expert Internal Editors to the authors via emails. This process involves implementing suggestions regarding writing skills, grammatical correction, study design layouts, data analysis, presentation, and referencing and outcome modifications. The Experts make an extra effort to spend time on such articles so that the articles reach a quality high enough to meet the standard of JGID.

Scientific Writing is an art learnt over time. Convincing Editors to publish is like selling a product based on written material alone. Getting the message across in best possible manner with least possible hurdles is a skill which needs practice over and over again. Using correct sentences, words, phrases, messages are all a part of convincible research writing leading to acceptable publishing.

Today the international research arena is dominated by nations where research and researchers flourish. This has lead to disparity in research communication merely due to difference in standards of research across nations with economic variations.

We at JGID hope to bridge the gap as we believe in equality of research. If quality is a question we at JGID strive hard to make it standardized. SURGE allows scientists with good research but deficient publishing skills to better their work for the global audience at a level equally applicable to all across the globe.


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