Peer Review Process
Research and review articles received from open calls and individual invitations are peer-reviewed, double-blind, before publication. The Managing Editor sends original research and review articles to Section Editors for an initial review of the work’s relevance to the journal. They submit draft decisions to the Editor-in-Chief for final decision about further review or rejection. The initial review process will be short, and not last longer than two to six weeks. Perspectives, including case studies and interviews, are reviewed by Section Editors and cleared with the Editor-in-Chief. These are not subject to double-blind peer review. The name of the Reviewer board displayed will be contacted for assistance to search for experts in the same area and may be requested to review also. It consists of 6 levels of review including editorial and blind peer review as follows:
Level One: Checking Paper structure
Level Two: Checking & Detailed Checking Plagiarism (Less than 10%, no paragraph should have half to complete paragraph plagiarism). Also check for Unique Titles by searching the title in Google, Google Scholar, & plagiarism checker results.
Level Three: Checking Grammar and Typographic mistakes using integrated Grammarly software
Level Four: Checking Review of Methods, Format, Title, Keywords, Tables & Figures, and Citations.
Level Five: Review of Analysis/Results/ Novelty, Further improvements, Journal to be considered, Area, Type, etc.
Level Six: After Journal formatting, DOI, Checking Page Numbers, Glancing at PDF before final publication by editor and Author proofreading.
Please direct all editorial inquiries to the journal editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org
AJBM frequently publishes calls for papers on various topics. Please visit each section's homepage for calls for papers specific to the relevant section.
Please direct all editorial inquiries to the journal editorial team at: email@example.com