SDM Trident is open access, peer-reviewed health sciences and biomedical journal of Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara University Dharwad, India. It is published biannually in electronic and print format. It represents SDM University's vision for scientific progress, technical expertise, and the art of healing by human understanding through education. It publishes original communications of biomedical research that advance medical science. We have applied for indexing to DOAJ, SCOPUS, PUBMED, EBSCO, EMBASE, and CINAHL. Our e-ISSN number is.......... and p-ISSN number is applied for.
We publish manuscripts that are novel and relevant to clinical and biomedical research. Articles need to be from medical and allied health sciences, paramedical subjects, or from biomedical research from across the globe. Manuscripts from biomedical engineering and alternative medicine are also welcome if they are novel, relevant, and robust in methodology. We accept original research articles, narrative and systematic reviews, Letter to editors, Case reports, Perspectives/Viewpoint, medical education articles, technical notes, pictorial CMEs, and conference proceedings.
All manuscripts will be screened initially at the editorial office for suitability to consider for review. Manuscripts considered suitable for processing are subject to the double-blind peer-review process. Articles that are approved by peer reviewers will be considered for acceptance by the editorial office. Manuscripts considered suitable for publication are informed of acceptance by the editorial office. Manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the 'Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals' of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) [www.icmje.org]. Manuscripts submitted undergo online processing by peer review, revisions, communication of the final decision, and sending proofs. The journal does not tolerate scientific misconduct in the form of fabrication of results, falsification of data, purposeful failure to disclose relationships, and plagiarism. The duplicity of submission is not acceptable. If and when scientific misconduct is detected after publishing, the journal will be forced to 'retract' such articles.