The practice of peer review is to ensure that only good research paper is published. All manuscripts are following the procedure outlined below:
IHOHMN follow a policy of screening papers before sending them for full peer review. In the initial screening of manuscripts get rejected because of plagiarism, poor grammar and outside the aims and scope of the journal. IHOHMN complete the initial screening of a manuscript within two days. Those that meet the minimum criteria are normally passed on to at least two experts for review.
It is a process by which experts evaluate scholarly works, and its objective is to ensure a high quality of publishing.
The policy to adopt peer review is to ensure that only good quality research work is published. The purpose of the peer review process is to make sure that the manuscript is of the standard quality. All submitted manuscripts are read by the editorial staff. We select only those research papers that meet our scope for publication are sent for peer review.
Peer reviewers are ideally experts in their field. Journals usually build a pool of peer reviewers that have a good track record of producing high-quality reviews. When a Manuscript is submitted to IHOHMN that is process to a double-blind peer-review process to fulfilling the basic requisite determined by our protocol.
IHOHMN follow the double-blind review process. In the double-blind peer-review process, author and reviewer do not know each other. The peer-review process helps the publishing organization to choose research work for publication, accepted with improvements/modifications, or rejected. In the peer-reviewed process, the decision to publish a manuscript is the prerogative of a journal editor or the journal’s editorial board.
In general, at first read-through reviewers will be assessing your argument’s construction, the clarity of the language, and content. They will be asking themselves the following questions:
They may also consider the following:
Upon closer readings, the reviewer will be looking for any major issues:
The reviewer will also note minor issues that need to be corrected:
Possible outcomes of peer review
The journal’s editor or editorial board considers the feedback provided by the peer reviewers and uses this information to arrive at a decision. In addition to the comments received from the review, editors also base their decisions on:
How long days the complete review process
IHOHMN follow a policy of screening papers before sending them for full peer review. In the initial screening of manuscripts get rejected because of plagiarism, poor grammar and outside the aims and scope of the journal. IHOHMN completes the initial screening of a manuscript within two days. Those that meet the minimum criteria are normally passed on to two experts for review.
We send a manuscript for review to two reviewers simultaneously. The manuscript might be reviewed in 21 days. Normally it will take 28-30 days to complete the review process.