Review Process

Peer review is an essential part of IEJM's decision process.  All original material presented in IEJM undergoes rigorous multi-factorial blinded peer-review by carefully selecting dedicated and knowledgeable individuals who are experts in their field.

During the review process one of IEJM's trusted Academic Editors are assigned the manuscript and takes responsibility for the review process. Academic Editors are asked to seek review from at least 2 external reviewers on any given manuscript. 


Reviewers will be asked to respond to the following questions before submitting a review:

  1. Is the manuscript technically sound, and the data support the conclusion?
  2. Has the statistical analysis been performed appropriately and rigorously?
  3. Does the manuscript adhere to standards in this field for data availability?
  4. Is the manuscript presented in an intelligible fashion and written in standard English?
  5. Comments to the Author

Reviewers also ensure manuscripts meet the following criteria:  

  • The study and results are original research
  • The paper has performed experiments with the highest ethical standards
  • The paper has not been previously published in another journal
  • The paper adheres to the EQUATOR Network reporting guidelines


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