You've done the hard yards - now to get that work out there into the scientific literature.
First step - get yourself an ORCID - Open Researcher and Contributor - use it with your submission to publishers.
Remember to cite your organisational affiliation.
Case report? Consider submitting to BMJ Case Reports - the Library has an institutional fellowship you can use.
Check if the journal you are considering submitting your paper to for publication is indexed in major indexes such as Medline, Embase, PsycInfo etc. Papers in journals that are indexed have a better chance of being discovered and having impact.
equator Network - Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research - an essential hub to find reporting guidelines for all types of research design
Not sure which journal to submit your paper to?
PubMed PubReMiner - search for topics similar to your paper and look at which journal titles are publishing similar papers
MeSH on demand - (primarily for identifying indexing terms for searching) but it also finds papers similar to yours after you paste in the title and abstract of your paper - shows where similar papers are being published
Open access publishing?
Great idea but be aware publishers generally require article processing charges (APCs) and these can be many thousands of dollars. Some journals are completely open access and others are hybrid - both open access and with papers that are paywalled (where the author agress to sign over copyright).
Because there are charges, predatory publishers may be lurking. In October 2019 Cabells Scholarly Analytics noted they had 11,000 journal titles on their whitelist and 12,000 on their blacklist. Open access articles are typically published with Creative Commons licences. Consider choosing a licence that prohibits adaptation or commercial use of your work, or any other elements you may not want to agree to.
Predatory publishers - how to avoid them
Use the Think Check Submit website for guidance
Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing - Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), and the World Association of Medical Editors - 2018
Lots more information on the Library's research guide - publisher and reporting guidelines