Focus and Scope

Bangladesh Journal of Endosurgery (BJE) is a peer-reviewed journal for surgeons and physicians practicing and interested in laparoscopic and endoscopic procedures in children as well as in adults including general surgery, urology, gynecologic surgery, thoracic surgery, neurosurgery, gastroenterology etc. This is the official journal of Pediatric Endosurgery Group, Bangladesh (PEGBD).


The journal is recognized by Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BMDC) and has a vast reader base across the country. The journal publishes articles of authors from any part of the globe, but has a special interest in publishing research articles of authors from Bangladesh and developing countries and of relevance to developing countries. It publishes original research articles, review articles, short communications, case reports and letters on new findings. 

BJE is published in English 3 times (January, May and September) a year. No separate supplements are published as of now.

Indexing

BJE is indexed/listed with Google Scholar, Open Archives Initiative (OAI), Gneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research (GFMER), Index Copernicus, South Asian Database for Controlled Clinical Trials (SADCCT), JournalTOCs, CrossRef, CLOCKSS, OCLC-WorldCat, Ulrichsweb, Medical Journal Links (Surgery) and SHERPA/RoMEO, DRJI. Appropriate measures were taken to make the journal indexed/abstracted in major international indexing systems including the DOAJ, EBSCOHost, Hinari, Scopus, PubMed/MEDLINE etc.

Peer Review Process

Publication of research articles by BJE is dependent primarily on their scientific validity and coherence as judged by our external expert editors and/or peer reviewers, who will also assess whether the writing is comprehensible and whether the work represents a useful contribution to the field.

BJEwill follow 'closed' peer-review policy.

Publication Frequency

BJE will be published 3 times a year in January, May & September.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.