The sole aim of MedCrave Open Access Journals is to bring valuable scientific research information to its viewers. MedCrave also strives that these scientific research contents should be of the best quality. To accomplish this, here are the Reviewer guidelines for MedCrave Group.
The Reviewer is of much importance in the network of MedCrave. MedCrave requires each of its Reviewers to be an eminent person in his field of content are of the best quality. The MedCrave Reviewers also have the responsibility of providing genuine and constructive comments and criticism about the presented manuscripts. The Reviewer must keep in mind that his comments and reviews are very important factors for the Editors to make a decision on the manuscript.
The Peer Review Process
The Journals of MedCrave are subjected to double blind peer review process. When a content is presented for peer review, the name, the details and the affiliations of the author are not revealed to the Reviewers. The authors are kept in absolute blindness about the identity of the Reviewers. The Reviewers are expected to respond promptly and keep up their deadlines. The expert Reviewers will evaluate the originality, the accuracy and the wholeness of each content and provide honest comments on the work submitted.
Some Points to Note
- The Reviewer should have the expertise to carry the peer reviewing process by himself.
- The Reviewer cannot edit any contents presented in the manuscript.
- The Reviewer has no rights to any form of personal accusations. He can however present confidential feedback to the Editor.
- The Reviewers should protect the confidentiality of the manuscript. He has no rights to disclose any information presented in the manuscript.
- The Reviewer must not attempt to reveal his identity; he may not contact the author without due permission from the editor.
- Their comments and reviews must never be influenced by the race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, language, origin, gender or any political agencies.