Peer Review Process

Journal of Community Dedication follows a double-blind peer review policy. This Community Service is sent to multiple reviewers (experts in their respective fields) to review papers according to journal guidelines and feature quality research papers. For Community Service that requires changes, the same reviewer will be used to ensure that the quality of the revised Community Service is acceptable.

Journal of Community Dedication maintains peer-review standards while increasing process efficiency

All Community Service published in the Journal of Community Dedication undergo full peer review, the main characteristics of which are listed below:

  1. All Community Service is reviewed by at least two qualified experts.
  2. All publication decisions are made by the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Community Dedication based on the review provided
  3. Members of the international Editorial Board provide the Editor in Chief with insight, advice, and guidance in general and to aid decision-making on specific submissions
  4. Managing Editors and Editorial Assistants provide administrative support that enables journals to maintain the integrity of peer reviews while providing fast turnaround and maximum efficiency for authors, reviewers, and editors.
  5. The Journal of Community Dedication also benefits from the process of referencing manuscripts from high-quality peer reviews conducted by established journals.

Peer reviews of referred papers:

The Journal of Community Dedication will immediately decide whether to accept, reject, or request a revision of the referred Community Service based on reviews and editorial insights from supporting journals. In addition, the Editor will have the option to seek additional reviews when needed. Authors will be notified when the Editor decides further review is necessary.

Peer review of novel submissions:

Community Dedication submitted directly to the Journal of Community Dedication will be thoroughly reviewed by at least two qualified experts in the field chosen by the Editor in Chief. The Chief Editor or a designated member of the Editorial Board will then decide whether to accept, reject, or request revisions based on the reviews and comments received.

The Editor will decide whether each submission reports a well-executed Community Service with conclusions supported by the data presented in Community Service. Priority assessments will not factor into decision-making, but all Community services should make additions or new additions to the literature.