Peer Review Process

The peer review, conducted by experts in the relevant field, is a critical stage in our publishing process for all submitted manuscripts. It is designed to assess the quality, validity, and the originality of the manuscripts submitted for our journal. The following procedures are performed during reviewing process:

    • Manuscripts submitted to our journal first go through an initial screening by the editorial team.
    • Those that clear the screening are sent to at least two experts for peer review, as well as two editorial team members.
    • We use a single-blind system for peer-review; the authors do not know who the reviewers are, but the reviewers know who the authors are.
    • Peer reviewers independently make a recommendation to the journal editor as to whether the manuscript should be rejected or accepted (with or without revisions).
    • The review process may take 4 to 10 weeks.
    • The journal editor considers all the feedback from peer reviewers and makes an informed decision to accept or reject the manuscript.