Submissions undergo a double-blinded peer review process. Professionals with expertise in the subject area review submitted manuscripts for possible flaws in research design or analysis, conflict of interest, accuracy, and failure to meet clinical best practice. Reviewers make recommendations to the editorial team regarding the disposition of the manuscript (accept, accept with revisions, or reject). Final decisions regarding publication rest with the Editor-in-Chief.
Following peer review, authors may be asked to revise their submissions. All material is subject to edits for adherence to grammar, and style.
Specific peer review guidelines will be forthcoming soon. Fill out the peer reviewer application if you are interested in serving as a reviewer.