As a reviewer for Asclepius Open Journals, you play a crucial role in ensuring the quality and integrity of the published research articles. Your feedback and constructive criticism are invaluable in improving the quality of the manuscripts. We appreciate your commitment to maintaining the high standards of our publications.
Purpose of Peer Review
The purpose of peer review is to ensure the quality and integrity of published research articles. Reviewers are expected to provide constructive and unbiased feedback to help improve the manuscript.
Qualifications of Reviewers
Reviewers should have relevant expertise in the subject area of the manuscript they are reviewing. They should also be free from any conflicts of interest, such as personal or financial relationships with the authors.
Reviewers are expected to:
Keep the content of the manuscript confidential
Provide timely and constructive feedback to the editor and authors
Identify any potential conflicts of interest
Report any ethical concerns or suspected misconduct to the editor
Maintain professionalism and respect in their communication with the editor and authors
Reviewers are asked to evaluate the manuscript based on its originality, relevance, methodology, and significance. Reviewers should also assess the clarity and quality of writing, and make recommendations for revisions where necessary.
Reviewers are required to submit a report that includes an overall recommendation (accept, minor revisions, major revisions, reject), comments for the authors, and any confidential comments to the editor. Reviewers should clearly justify their recommendation and provide specific suggestions for improvements.
All material submitted for review should be treated as confidential. Reviewers should not discuss the manuscript with anyone outside of the peer review process, including colleagues or the media.
We appreciate your valuable contributions to the peer-review process.