Associate Editor Guidelines

The role of the Associate Editor is responsible for the Peer-Review Process and the content of the Journal. Associate Editors should handle the peer review process to all assigned manuscripts, give suggestions on the acceptance or rejection of a paper.

Below are some guidelines for Associate editors:

  • If the assigned article is out of research interest or might be busy with other responsibilities he/ she can directly intimate to the editorial office within 48 hours for his/her busy commitments. So, that editorial manager can assign the article to other Associate Editor members for speedy processing.
  • Associate Editors should review at least two manuscripts per month.
  • Associate Editors be supposed to convey their view regarding the manuscript whether it falls beneath the scope of the journal or not.
  • Rapid response from Associate Editors is very important to maintain the proper time constraints.
  • Associate Editors are appealed to submit articles to the journal to release an issue within the preferred time.
  • Always we welcome ideas and suggestions from the Associate Editors.
  • Associate Editor should take the final decision regarding the article acceptance or rejection.
  • Follow us on social media and participate actively in the conversations.
  • If you change University, Institution, Hospitals, etc. send your updated CV.
  • Decision making should be ideal and accurate so that the writer cannot blame Associate Editor and the editorial office.
  • The decisions of the Associate Editorial Board must never be partial by any external feature, (i.e. the origin, nationality, race, gender, ethnicity, religion or political views of the author).