Peer Review Process

International journal of medical science (IJMSCI) follows double-blind peer-review process to ensure the quality and standard of the publication. Articles submitted to the International journal of medical science (IJMSCI) are subjected to a rigorous completeness check before undergoing evaluation by a subject editor. Following this, the manuscript is reviewed by two to three external reviewers who are considered experts in the relevant content. Finally the editor will take the decision based on the reviewer's advice. The decision types are outlined below:

Accepted with major reviosions
Accepted with minor reviosions
Accepted without reviosions
Rejected with resubmission recommendations along with proper justification
Rejected on fundamental grounds like out of scope, lack of novelty, lack in conceptuality, major technical and/or interpretational problems.

The selection of reviewers for peer review is an essential aspect of the publication process, and numerous factors are taken into consideration. These include the reviewer's expertise, reputation, recommendations, potential conflicts of interest, and past performance. We prioritize reviewers who exhibit quickness, thoroughness, logical reasoning, and a cooperative attitude. Demonstrating excellence in these areas is highly valued in our peer review process.

International journal of medical science (IJMSCI) employs a rigorous double-blind peer-review system that ensures complete anonymity between authors and reviewers. IJMSCI places great emphasis on delivering fair and unbiased evaluations, without favoring either the author or reviewer. The peer-review procedure is executed in accordance with strict guidelines.

Average timeline from submission to decision will take 4-6 weeks roughly.