Epidemiology and Public Health Research
Peer Review System
Peer review is a process where an article or a manuscript is scrutinized by members who are specialized in the similar field. Every article submitted to any Geneft Journal is subjected for peer review before it is published.
Scholarly Peer review is a very crucial process when processing the manuscript before publication. The quality of research work done by the authors will be evaluated by submitting to one or more people of similar competence of the same field of work. Scientific peer review is a quality-control system that analyses whether all new scientific discoveries, innovations, ideas are analysed and critiqued by expert scientists before they become widely accepted and appear online. Geneft follows double blind peer review system in which neither the author nor reviewer details are disclosed to each other. Generally, we follow fast track review process to bring the current research faster to the scientific community.
Benefits of peer review process
- Quality and merit of the manuscript will be judged by the expert peers and will help authors to improve the quality of their work.
- Peer review validates the significance of claims and originality of the research
- Peer review system covers some basic aspects of the manuscripts like the depth of the content and its relevance with the title, methods applied, and the results elaborated. This technique polishes the raw manuscript.
- Peer review process will not allow poor quality scientific research to reach scientific community.