All journal manuscripts are peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers, and usually three reviewers, experts in fields specifically matching the journal topics. Papers are reviewed, double-blind, in full publishable form; no journal manuscripts are accepted based only upon submission of an abstract. Reviewers are required to provide the author with comments intended to improve the content, style, and other issues which should improve the quality of the article. Information for reviewers

 

Peer Review

Responsible: Editor

Average time: 72 hours to choose evaluators, 2 weeks to check availability to evaluate, 2 to 3 weeks to evaluate.

Ends: Communication to the Author on the opinion (accepted, accepted subject to changes, not publishable)

Checks:

The profile of the members of the opinion committee has a profile similar to the article they will review.

You can choose from 2 to 3 referees to optimize times in case there is a ruling that is contrary, and have a jump-off. The more eyes see an article, the more accurate the judgment will be.

Evaluating the opinion of the evaluators helps identify those who are precise in their recommendations and deliver on time.

 

Document settings

Responsible: Author

Average time: 2 weeks review and adjustments to the document.

Ends: Delivery of a new document to send to the evaluators who defined it in the evaluation format.

Checks: The new article is delivered in a timely manner.


Second peer review

Responsible: Editor

Average time: 2 to 3 weeks to evaluate.

Ends: Communication to the Author on the opinion (accepted, accepted subject to changes, not publishable)

Checks:  It is sent to the second review only to the reviewers who indicated it in the opinion format.

Evaluating the opinion of the evaluators helps identify those who are precise in their recommendations and deliver on time.