About the Journal

Welcome to "Archives of Critical Care Medicine"

Focus and scope

The "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" is the international official journal of the Chronic Respiratory Diseases Research Center at Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. It is a peer-reviewed source for critical care practitioners, including physicians, surgeons, pediatricians, pharmacists/pharmacologists, anesthesiologists, critical care nurses, and other healthcare professionals. The journal covers all facets of acute and emergency care for critically ill or injured patients and publishes original articles that showcase significant contributions in the field of critical care medicine. The journal's purpose is to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and discussions about best practices and areas that require improvement in the management of critically ill patients. The journal welcomes submissions from around the world and supports the following types of articles:

Articles Types

Research/Original Articles

Review Articles 

Case Reports

Case series



Supplemental Articles

Letter to the Editor

Every article published in the "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" journal undergoes a rigorous peer-review process, ensuring that only high-quality, original submissions are featured. By adhering to the utmost standards of scientific research and publication, we maintain the credibility and reliability of our journal.

We invite critical care professionals and researchers to submit their original work to Critical Care Medicine. Through our publication, we seek to disseminate ground-breaking knowledge and foster advancements in critical care medicine, ultimately enhancing the well-being of patients in need.

Page charges: It is a free-of-charge journal.

Financial Policies

The "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" Journal, has implemented certain financial policies to ensure that authors and audiences have a seamless experience while accessing and publishing in the journal.

Article Processing Charges:

Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences has generously supported all the publishing costs of the "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" Journal. As a result, authors are not required to pay any article processing charges or publication fees when submitting their work to the journal. This commitment by the university reflects its dedication to promoting scientific research and making it accessible to a wide audience.


The "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" Journal, is an open-access electronic journal. This means that it is freely accessible to all readers without any subscription fees. By adopting this open-access model, the journal aims to maximize the dissemination of scientific knowledge and facilitate access to valuable research findings in the field of biosciences.

The journal operates on a non-commercial basis and does not accept or publish any advertisements on its website or within its articles. This policy ensures that the content of Archives of Advances in Biosciences remains focused solely on scientific research and does not compromise its integrity or objectivity.

In summary, the financial policies of Archives of Advances in Biosciences aim to provide a seamless and affordable publishing experience for authors while ensuring free access to readers. These policies are designed to uphold the journal's commitment to promoting scientific research and maintaining the highest standards of integrity and quality.

Sponsorship Disclosure

As part of our commitment to transparency, we would like to provide a sponsorship disclosure for the "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" journal. The "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" journal is a reputable publication dedicated to advancing the field of critical care medicine through high-quality research, reviews, and clinical studies.

Funding for the "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" journal is made possible through various sources, including grants and partnerships with organizations in the healthcare industry. These funds are instrumental in supporting the maintenance, preservation, and accessibility of the journal's archive, ensuring that valuable research and insights within the field of the "Archives of Critical Care Medicine", journal are readily available to scholars, healthcare professionals, and researchers.

It is important to note that while the archive of the "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" journal may receive financial support from external parties, the content within the journal is strictly governed by the principles of editorial independence. The selection and publication of articles are based solely on their scientific rigor, relevance, and contribution to the advancement of critical care medicine. Our authors, editors, and reviewers operate independently, without any undue influence from sponsors or funding sources.

We take our responsibility to maintain the highest standards of scientific integrity seriously. We adhere to guidelines set forth by professional organizations, such as the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), to ensure the credibility and ethical conduct of our publishing practices.

Additionally, to uphold our commitment to transparency, any potential conflicts of interest between researchers, authors, and sponsors are disclosed within published articles. This ensures that readers have a comprehensive understanding of the funding sources behind the research presented. Our readers and contributors can rest assured that the sponsorship funds received for the archive of the "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" journal are solely dedicated to its upkeep and accessibility. We remain steadfast in our dedication to providing a trustworthy platform for critical care medicine research.

For any further information or inquiries regarding our sponsorship disclosure or publishing policies, please feel free to contact us.

Thank you for your continued support and readership.


Majid Motaghinejad
Editor in chief
Archives of Critical Care Medicine