Interdisciplinary Journal of Virtual Learning in Medical Sciences (IJVLMS) aims at promoting and enhancing the quality of e-learning in formal and non-formal education. Considering the multidisciplinary nature of technology-enhanced learning, IJVLMS  welcomes articles on e-learning and educational technologies across a wide range of disciplines, including but not limited to medical sciences. 



To facilitate a speedy turn-around when a rapid decision is required, Interdisciplinary Journal of Virtual Learning in Medical Sciences offers a fast-track review option in which selected peer reviewers may be paid to deliver high-quality and speedy peer-review reports. This is optional - if you do not wish to pay for a fast-track peer review process, just submit your paper normally as described before in the instruction for authors. If you opt for a fast-track review, you are guaranteed a rapid editorial decision and peer-review comments within 15 working days after submission and payment of the fee.

The review will not guarantee a manuscript to be accepted but it makes the judging process faster than the routine review process.

Fast Track Fee: 1,500,000 (account information)

Please note:

  • Paying a fast-track fee does not guarantee peer-review or acceptance of the article submitted. Although we follow the strict peer-review practice, some papers fall out of scope or have obvious flaws, and therefore may be reviewed by the Editor(s) of the Journal and rejected without external review.
  • The fast-track fee is not refundable under any circumstance, even if we reject the paper (with or without peer-reviews) in the time period stipulated above.
  • We reserve the right to refund the fast-track fee and process the manuscript in the regular submission track if we are unable to meet the deadline due to a delayed peer-review step or other issues beyond our control.             


Current Issue: Volume 12, Issue 4, December 2021 

Original Article

2. The Design Principles of 3D-Virtual Reality Learning Environment (3D-VRLE) in Science Education

Pages 238-249


Asma Yousuf Al-Amri; Mohamed Eltahir Osman; Ali Sharaf Al Musawi

4. Relationship between Computer Literacy and E-Readiness Among Students in the Covid-19 Pandemic

Pages 259-267


Rosa Rahavi Ezabadi; Samaneh sadat Khalilirad; somayeh farzaneh; Pari khalili Marandi

Brief Report

7. Transition of a Primary Care Fellowship to A Virtual Format: Lessons Learned

Pages 287-292


Jeffrey Schlaudecker; Daniel Hargraves; Shanna D. Stryker; Patrick Cafferty; Melissa Gottschlich; Megan Rich

Letter to the Editor

8. The Telephone Helpline of Persian Medicine: Social Accountability During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Pages 293-296


Fatemeh Eghbalian; Somayeh Delavari; Hoorieh Mohammadi Kenari

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