We Just Made Publishing Even Easier: Introducing the New Cureus Publishing System

After months of hard work, we’re very excited to introduce the brand new Cureus publishing system! Are you ready to submit your next (or your first) article to Cureus? Well, there’s no time like the present – the new publishing system is live right now.

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We’ve collected your feedback over the past few years and we’ve done our best to incorporate as many of your suggestions as possible. We’ll continue to iterate over the coming months, so if you have any more suggestions or complaints, don’t be afraid to let us know!

It’s important to note that this change will only affect drafts started on or after Tuesday, September 6th, 2016 – any drafts started before today will utilize the existing submission system.

  • Tackle your article submission with a new, easy-to-follow, step-by-step process
  • Select from available channels and competitions via new branded icons and dedicated channel and competition pages
  • Curate and insert figures, tables and video from your media library
  • Preview your article draft at any time during the submission process

For more information, we encourage you to check out our Author Guide, which has been updated with brand new guidelines and instructions.

As always, should you have any questions or concerns when submitting your work to Cureus, please drop us a note at support@cureus.com.


2 thoughts on “We Just Made Publishing Even Easier: Introducing the New Cureus Publishing System

  1. As a “dinosaur” of science in my own right, I have grown accustomed to the inefficiencies and biases of the traditional review process. Even though I probability would not be rejected by most journals in my area of expertise I feel compelled to “test” this new (and sounder) way of doing science. Thus, I ask a question: If an article message is not new, but the science is sound, will it get accepted?
    This to me is THE question. Accepting only new/positive/different results is the major problem with the present peer review system, creating biases and skewing results in one direction. It is appalling that we as a community have let this go on til today.

    1. Hi John, I don’t know how we didn’t see your comment until now – so very sorry! To answer your question, yes, as long as the science is sound, we will publish an article. It is up to the community to determine the value of the science/findings. We agree with you! Hope that helps.

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