For Reviewers

 | Post date: 2022/11/26 | 
Reviewers Guide
  1. This journal uses a double-blinded peer reviewing, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the peer review process. To facilitate this, authors need to ensure that their manuscripts are prepared in a way that does not give away their identity. Authors have the right to communicate to the editor if they do not wish their manuscript to be reviewed by a particular reviewer because of potential conflicts of interest. No article is rejected unless negative comments are received from at least two reviewers.
  2. The editor-in-chief may reject manuscripts before peer review based on priority or if they are beyond the scope of the journal
  3. reviewing is a vital task. It can vastly ima the paper's quality and contribute tributes to improving science as a whole. The editors of the Journal of Medical Education Development greatly value the work done by reviewers. 
  4. Prompt reviewing is very important to Journal of Medical Education Development, and we ask that review reports be completed in three weeks. If you cannot make that deadline, please return the paper now. If you can, please confirm now that you'll review the paper. (Electronic mail is best.) If it takes more than three weeks, we'll contact you to find out what's wrong. We've noticed that reviewers tend to delay over less good papers - rather than delay, please write a quick and short report explaining why the paper is unappealing. 
  5. If the paper is accepted, we'll send the one in which it appears. With it will go our thanks, appreciation, and a letter containing certification.
  6. If you don't receive your free issue don't hesitate to get in touch with the Journal of Medical Education Development Editorial Assistant.

  Your Report
Reviewers' reports for
Journal of Medical Education Development should contain four main sections:
Please give one of the following recommendations:
  • Accept
  • Accept with minor revisions (but need not be seen by a reviewer again)
  • Major revision (needs to be seen by a reviewer again)
  • Reject

  Confidentiality
The paper has been submitted to
Journal of Medical Education Development in confidence. Please do not otherwise cite the paper, or pass it on to others, except with the author's explicit agreement. You are welcome to consult your colleagues about your review or invite a suitably qualified colleague to do the review, but please remind them of the restrictions above.


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