FAQs

These FAQs have been prepared based on the queries received from users. By going through these FAQs, most of your queries will be answered. Therefore, before making any communication with us, please see if your query has a response in the underlying FAQs:

  • 1. Why should I submit articles to your Journals?

    When you submit your research to our Journals, you get the following advantages:

    • Speedy publication
    • Personal and friendly service
    • Quality peer reviewing
    • Accuracy and Nice presentation of published content
    • International distribution
    • Free online access
    • Copyright is kept by you, the author
    • Online submissions
    • Depending upon your need, you can also order print issues of any volume.


  • 2. How can I submit article in your journal?


    To submit an article to any of our Journals, you have to first register yourself as Author with the online Journal System (OJS) of that journal.
    Once you are registered with the OJS, you can submit your manuscript for publication after you log into it by using your User ID and Password.
    However, before submitting your manuscript, you are advised to prepare your article as per the Author Guidelines, so that your article may be accepted in short period with minimum rounds of revision. These guidelines are available in the Author Guidelines section of the relevant Journal.
    Finally, if your article is accepted for publication, you will have to pay the Article Processing Charges (APC) before your article is published. Every Journal has different APC. To know more about the APC, please check the Article Processing Charges section of the relevant Journal.


  • 3. Why do I need to register with any of your Journals?


    You have to register with our Journal to make online submission of your article to our Journals and/or to act as a reviewer to a manuscript that has been assigned to you by the Editor-in-Chief.

  • 4. What if I am struggling to log into my personalized journal section with your Journal?

    • Do you have a username and password? No -Register with our Journal(s).
    • Did you misplace your username and password? Yes – Reset it.
    • Did you enable the cookies in your web browser? No – Enable them through the following path (Microsoft Internet Explorer):

    Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Advanced > Override Automatic Cookie Handling > Always Allow Session Cookies
    What if I have tried all of the above and it is still not working?

    • The screen does not move past the login page? Yes – it might be that if you are assessing the Journal website from a server the proxy setting on which is preventing you from logging into the Journal website. Please contact technical team to ascertain whether this might be the cause.
    • No problem with proxy settings, but not able to log into the system? Yes – Report the issue to us through e-mail at contactus@pacificejournals.com.


  • 5. I would like to be a subscriber of your journal


    You can subscribe to any of our Journal by registering as ‘Reader’ with the respective Journal. ‘Register’ button is available on the home page of the respective Journal.

  • 6. I have registered. How do I change my login details?


    After obtaining your login details for the Journal, use this to log into your personalized Journal section. Under your user home is a heading ‘My Account’ that lists links that will enable you to:
    Change your password, or
    Edit your profile.
    These links will enable you to change your login details.
    Please note: you cannot edit your username after registration.


  • 7. What type of articles/manuscripts are published in your Journals?


    Please refer to the ‘Author Guidelines’ of the respective Journal to know more.

  • 8. What is a peer reviewed journal? What is your Journal policy regarding Peer Review?


    In a peer reviewed journal, articles are written by experts and are reviewed by several other experts in the field before the article is published in the journal in order to ensure the article’s quality. To know about our Peer Review Policy, please see the ‘Peer Review policy’ under ‘Editorial Policies’ of the respective Journal.

  • 9. What is an open access journal?


    Open access (OA) journals are scholarly journals that are available online to the reader ‘without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself’. To know about our Open Access Policy, please Click Here

  • 10. How a Journal with Continuous publication different from Journal with Quarterly Publication?


    In a Journal with continuous publication, the articles are published online immediately after the completion of the review process, instead of waiting for the end of the quarter. However, the Journal with Quarterly Publication published articles online at the end of the respective quarter only.

  • 11. What is different between Article Submission fees and processing fees and color figure charges?


    Both subscription-based and open access journals may charge Submission fees at the time of manuscript submission to help to fund editorial and peer review administration, whereas Article Processing Charges (APC) are charged by certain open access journals post-acceptance. To cover the cost of printing, and particularly color printing, certain traditional journals charge per page and/or per color figure. In rare cases, supplementary materials may also incur a flat charge or a charge per item or page. All our Journals are charging only Article Processing Charges for the articles accepted for publication and no other charges/fees are levied on the articles by our Journals
  • 1. Where all are your Journals indexed?


    This information is available on the home page of our all Journals.

  • 2. Where can I find the ISSN Number Impact Factor IC Value etc. of your Journals?


    This information is available on the home page of our all Journals.

  • 3. How do I register as an Author?


    To register with any of our Journals as ‘Author’, click on the ‘Register’ button, which is available on the home page of the respective Journal.
    However, if you are already registered with our Journal as ‘Reader’ or ‘Reviewer’ and not as an ‘Author’, you will have to register yourself as ‘Author’ also to be able to submit a manuscript to our Journal. For this, under ‘My Account’ heading, select the link ‘Edit my profile’ and scroll down until you see the heading ‘Roles’ where you will find a checkbox next to ‘Reader’, ‘Author’, ‘Reviewer’. Please ensure that you have a checkbox selected next to ‘Author’ and then save the page.

  • 4. What is the step by step process to submit an article in your Journals?


    To submit an article to any of our Journals, you have to first register yourself as Author with the online Journal System (OJS) of that journal.
    Once you are registered with the OJS, you can submit your manuscript for publication after you log into it by using your User ID and Password.
    However, before submitting your manuscript, you are advised to prepare your article as per the Author Guidelines, so that your article may be accepted in short period with minimum rounds of revision. These guidelines are available in the Author Guidelines section of the relevant Journal.
    Finally, if your article is accepted for publication, you will have to pay the Article Processing Charges (APC) before your article is published. Every Journal has different APC. To know more about the APC, please check the ‘Article Processing Charges’ section of the relevant Journal.

  • 5. Can I e-mail my article for publication?


    No. The article can be submitted only through 5 step process at our website after login using user ID and Password.

  • 6. I have been unable to submit my work via the online submission menu. What should I do?


    We accept only on-line submission of article for our Journals. You may be unable to submit your article due to many reasons and taking any of the following actions may solve the problem:

    • This may be because you had registered yourself as a ‘Reader’ and not ‘Author’ at the time of registering with our Journal. In your personalized Journal section, you will have to select the ‘Author’ link to start the submission process. If you have no ‘Author’ link appearing in your user home, you will have to enable this function under your account. For this, under ‘My Account’ heading, select the link ‘Edit my profile’ and scroll down until you see the heading ‘Roles’ where you will find a check box next to ‘Reader’, ‘Author’, ‘Reviewer’. Please ensure that you have a check box selected next to ‘Author’ and then save the page. Then again login to the Journal and click on ‘New Submission’ on your user home to submit your article to the Journal.
    • Change your internet browser and try to repeat the process after deleting the browsing history and deleting the cache of your system.
    • Alternately, please try to submit from another system.
    • Still if you are unable to submit the article, please let us know.

  • 7. Do I have to make any payment at the time of article submission?


    No. Only when the article is reviewed and accepted for publication, Article Processing Charges (APC) is required to be paid. Authors will be intimated regarding acceptance of article for publication through an e-mail, which will also contain the instructions on how to pay the APC.

  • 8. I tried to submit my article online but there is no link to take me to the page to submit my article. What should I do?


    The submission process is a five-step online process that starts from your personalized journal section.
    Try logging into the Journal and in your user home proceed to the ‘New submission’ link next to ‘Author’.
    If you have no ‘Author’ link appearing in your user home, you will have to enable this function under your account. For this, under ‘My Account’ heading, select the link ‘Edit my profile’ and scroll down until you see the heading ‘Roles’ where you will find a check box next to ‘Reader’, ‘Author’, ‘Reviewer’. Please ensure that you have a check box selected next to ‘Author’ and then save the page. Then again login to the Journal and click on ‘New Submission’ on your user home to submit your article to the Journal.

  • 9. What should I do if I am struggling to upload manuscripts in Step 2 of the online submission process?


    Large files (bigger than 10 MB) may be difficult to upload. Try to use lower quality imagery in the Word document, and upload higher quality imageries in Step 4 of the submission process.

  • 10. I have registered as a user on the journal website but I am unable to submit the article?


    Are you registered as an ‘Author’? Check if you are registered as an author by ensuring you have an ‘Author’ link under your user home. If you do not have an ‘Author’ link you will need to enable your role as author. Under ‘My account’, select the link ‘Edit my profile’ and scroll down until you see the heading ‘Roles’, where you will find a check box next to ‘Reader’, ‘Author’, ‘Reviewer’. Ensure that you have a check box selected next to ‘Author’ and save the page.

  • 11. Whether it is compulsory to suggest reviewers for the article?


    No, It is optional and not mandatory. However, suggesting the reviewers for articles may accelerate the process of article review.

  • 12. I want to send my book review in your journal. Kindly guide me about the procedure?


    Book Review can be submitted on-line to our Journals by clicking the button related to On-Line Submission.
    However, before submitting your Manuscript, please ensure that the submission is prepared strictly as per the Author Guidelines. This will help in reducing the time taken for publishing the article by reducing the review and revision time. Tabs for ‘Author Guidelines’ are available on the homepages of respective Journals.

  • 13. What are the formats of photographs that are accepted by the journal?


    Photographs are acceptable only in JPEG or PNG format.

  • 14. What are the formats of documents/ text that are accepted by the journal?


    Document files are acceptable only in Word (*.doc, *.docx) Format.

  • 15. How can I offer an editorial in the journal?


    Editorial can be submitted on-line to our Journals by clicking the button related to On-Line Submission.However, before submitting your Manuscript, please ensure that the submission is prepared strictly as per the Author Guidelines. This will help in reducing the time taken for publishing the article by reducing the review and revision time. Tab for Author Guidelines are available on the homepages of respective Journals.

  • 16. How do I view the reviewer comments after formal peer review if the Editor provided feedback regarding my article?


    The editor should send you an e-mail stating all the revisions suggested during the formal peer review process. If you are advised to download the comments via your personalized journal section, follow these steps:

    1. Log into your personalized journal section in the respective Journal.
    2. Under your ‘User home’ click on the ‘Author’ or ‘Active’ link that will direct you to your Active submissions table.
    3. Under the ‘Status’ column, click on ‘In Review: Revisions Required’. This link takes you to the overview of the peer review process.

    The review page of your article provides information and documentation under the heading ‘Peer review’, and will identify files by reviewers, e.g. Reviewer B 19-123-1-RV.docx 2011-08-10. Download these documents to view the reviewer files.

  • 17. What is the relevance of order of Author’s name appearing is an article?


    Manuscript authorship and author placement have important implications for accountability and allocation of credit. Traditionally, the first author contributes most and also receives most of the credit, whereas the position of subsequent authors is usually decided by contribution, alphabetical order, or reverse seniority. Ranking the first or second author in a two-author paper is straightforward, but the meaning of position becomes increasingly arbitrary as the number of authors increases beyond two.

  • 18. Who is a corresponding Author?


    Corresponding author is usually the author who provides the intellectual input and designs and approves the protocols to be followed in the study. He is responsible for the manuscript correction, proof reading, whole correspondence during the paper submission, handling the revisions and re-submission of revised manuscripts up to the acceptance of the manuscripts.

  • 19. What is an Abstract? Why is it important?


    An abstract is a brief summary of a research article and is often used to help the reader quickly ascertain the paper’s purpose.

  • 20. How to choose keywords for an Article?

    • Researchers search using key phrases. What would you search for? Think of every likely angle that someone would search on, and make sure that the angle is covered with a keyword.
    • Look at the keywords of other articles that are similar to your paper – do they give good results? Try searching using those keywords.
    • Use keywords that might not appear in your title, for example the wider subject areas, the sub-discipline, the methodology used
    • Keywords don’t need to be single words, they can also be phrases: people search on ‘business ethics’, not only on ‘business’
    • Don’t use jargon or invented keywords that people probably won’t search on – keywords should reflect a collective understanding of the subject area
    • Use synonyms to ensure your article comes back in the results for a wider range of search terms
    • Think of the international aspect, for example ‘real estate’ is relevant to a US audience, but ‘property market’ or ‘housing market’ are terms more widely used in the UK
    • Include all variants of a keyword e.g. ‘CSR’ and ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’.


  • 21. What do the Acknowledgments at the end of an article refer to?


    The ‘Acknowledgement’ gives an opportunity for the authors to thank people who helped with the study or preparation of the paper. This includes anyone who provided technical assistance to the authors, took care of the animals, or provided reagents or equipment. The authors may want to thank anyone who had helpful discussions with them or contributed less tangible concepts. This is also where the authors may indicate that the results of this study were presented in another form, such as a poster or abstract or at a symposium.

  • 22. What is the structure of an Article?


    To write a great article demands that you observe the correct structure and construct it in a way that flows well. The draft templates of all types of articles acceptable as per the ‘Author Guidelines’ of our Journals have been prepared keeping this thing in mind and are available for download HERE

  • 23. How to denote a figure?


    All figures (illustrations, images, or photographs) should be numbered sequentially in the text with Arabic numbers (i.e., Fig 2, Figs 2, 4–6) and should be referred to in parentheses within the text. During submission of an article, authors should include all figures in the main body of the manuscript in word file format. Figures should not be submitted in separate files in ordinary circumstances. Writing any text on the figures should be avoided as much as possible.

  • 24. What precautions need to be taken before submitting a manuscript to the journal?


    The Authors should ensure that:
    The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration.
    All standards to prevent plagiarism have been followed while preparing the article.
    Standard downloadable template for the Cover Letter and Manuscript, downloaded from Author Guidelines of the respective Journal have been used for preparation of the article.
    The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
    The submission file is in Microsoft Word file (*.docx or *.doc) format only.
    Figures are not submitted in separate files.
    ‘Cover Letter’ is submitted (wherever mandatory) as a supplementary file in accordance with the Journal’s guidelines.
    Article Processing Charges (APC) policy of the Journal has been clearly read and author agrees to pay the Article Processing Charges upon acceptance of the article(s) for publishing.
    Authors to ensure that they shall not, in ordinary circumstances, withdraw/Retract the Article from the Journal, once it is published online and/or in Print form.

  • 25. How to maintain patient anonymity for protection of patient’s rights to privacy?


    Please refer to ‘Privacy Statement’, available HERE

  • 26. What is an informed consent and in what context it’s required?


    Please refer to ‘Statement of Informed Consent’, available HERE

  • 27. What is the procedure to prepare and submit a manuscript?


    Please refer to the detailed Author Guidelines of the respective Journal to know more about the procedure to prepare and submit a manuscript.

  • 28. What is a ‘Conflict of State’ statement?


    Please see ‘Conflict of Interest’ section

  • 29. What is the medium of text of manuscript?


    Articles are to be prepared in English language only.

  • 30. What declarations are to be given under the acknowledgement section?


    The information related to Funding and Competing Interests must also be inserted into your manuscript under the acknowledgements section. If you have no declaration to make, please insert the following statements into your manuscript:

    • Funding: None
    • Competing interests: None declared


  • 31. What precautions I have to take while mentioning references in the manuscript?


    The author(s) are responsible for the accuracy of the references. Each reference should be numbered and listed according to their order in the text (do not alphabetize). They should be referred to Arabic numerals in square bracket after the punctuation marks. References should be arranged according to the “Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals” rules developed by “International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE)”. Some examples have been provided for frequently used reference types. For more information, please refer to the Author Guidelines of the respective Journal.

  • 32. In how much time the author gets to know about the acceptance/rejection of his article?


    A typical article review process usually takes 2-3 months. However, this may take little longer due to unforeseen workloads. Once the review is complete, an immediate communication about the Editorial Decision on article acceptance/ rejection is sent to the author(s) through an e-mail. Communication regarding acceptance is as good as publishing of an article, which may further take some time due to layout editing, proof-reading etc. Usually the article acceptance e-mail contains the tentative schedule of publishing of that article.

  • 33. How many days does the review process take on average?


    A typical article review process usually takes 2-3 months. However, this may take little longer due to unforeseen workloads. Once the review is complete, an immediate communication about the Editorial Decision on article acceptance/ rejection is sent to the author(s) through an e-mail. Communication regarding acceptance is as good as publishing of an article, which may further take some time due to layout editing, proof-reading etc. Usually the article acceptance e-mail contains the tentative schedule of publishing of that article.
    Note: Editorial staff initially examines manuscripts and the editor sends the manuscripts to independent reviewers who are not informed of the identity of the author(s). When publication in the article’s original form is not recommended, the reviewers’ comments (without the identity of the reviewer being disclosed) may be passed to the corresponding author and may include suggested revisions. If a manuscript is not approved for publication, it will not be returned to the submitting author in any format.

  • 34. The Editor has requested revisions to my article. How do I submit my revised version?


    To resubmit your article to the Journal after formal peer review, follow these steps:

    1. Log into your personalized journal section in the respective Journal.
    2. Under your ‘User home’ click on the ‘Author’ or ‘Active’ link that will direct you to your Active submissions table.
    3. Once you are in the Review page of your article, proceed to the heading ‘Editor decision’. Here you can upload revised versions.


  • 35. I want to publish the article as soon as possible. Can the publication process be fast-tracked?


    Yes, we offer Fast Track Review Service to the users of our Journal Annals of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (APALM). To know more, please Click Here.

  • 36. I opted for Fast Track Review Service but my article was not accepted during the review process. Can I get the Fast Track Review Service charges refunded?


    Fast Track Review Service Charges are different from Article Processing Charges and once paid, shall NOT be refundable in any case. Payment of Fast Track Review Service Charges does not assure the acceptance of Article automatically. The editorial decision regarding Acceptance/Rejection of your article is final and NOT affected by your decision to avail Fast Track Review Service.

  • 37. What is Article Processing Charge?


    For details regarding Article Processing Charges, please Click Here.

  • 38. What fees and charges are being charged by your Journals for publication of an article?


    Our Journals charge only Article Processing Charges and do not charge Article Submission Fee, Color Printing Charges from the authors. For more information regarding Article Processing Charges, please click on ‘Article Processing Charges’ button on the homepage of the respective Journal.

  • 39. What are the Article Processing Charges for Indian authors for publishing in Pacific Group of e-Journals?


    Article Processing Charges vary from Journal to Journal and from time to time. For Information regarding Article Processing Charges, please click on the ‘Article Processing Charges’ button at the homepage of respective Journal.

  • 40. What are the Article Processing Charges for Non-Indian authors for publishing in Pacific Group of e-Journals?


    Article Processing Charges vary from Journal to Journal and from time to time. For Information regarding Article Processing Charges, please click on the ‘Article Processing Charges’ button at the homepage of respective Journal.

  • 41. What are the alternate modes of Payment of APC?


    To know about various modes of Payment of APC, please click Here

  • 42. How can I make APC payments through PayPal?


    To make payment through PayPal for your article, click on the Tab ‘Article Processing Charges (APC)’ on the home page of respective Journal. Payment can also be done though PaGe website by Clicking Here.

  • 43. I have a PayPal account already but I want to make a separate online purchase without using my account. Is this possible?


    Yes, you should be able to make a transaction without using a PayPal account. We have had some customers report they have experienced difficulty with PayPal where they are making a payment with a credit card already set up in a separate PayPal account. PayPal have told us this is possible, but recommend users do pay with their PayPal account if they have one set up, to avoid any problems. If you are experiencing difficulty, please contact PayPal customer service directly.
    You can contact PayPal Customer Service agents by phone at:
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    Australia: 1-800-073-263
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    Other: 1-402-935-2080

  • 44. My credit card is not being accepted by PayPal when I try to make a purchase online. What should I do?


    Please contact PayPal Customer Service with details of the transaction (your name, time of transaction and amount) and error message received, including a screenshot if possible.
    You can contact PayPal Customer Service agents by phone at:
    US/CA: 1-888-221-1161
    UK: 08707 307 191
    Australia: 1-800-073-263
    Germany: 0180 500 66 27
    Other: 1-402-935-2080

  • 45. Can I make a payment by American Express (AMEX)?


    You will need a PayPal account in order to pay by American Express (AMEX).

  • 46. Can we apply for a waiver for our article's Article Processing Charges?


    Yes, if your country is listed in our Developing Countries List, you may receive waiver of publication charges, depending upon your country. For more information, please Click Here.

  • 47. How long will it take to accept the article and to publish it?


    A typical article review process usually takes 2-3 months. However, this may take little longer due to unforeseen workloads. Once the review is complete, an immediate communication about the Editorial Decision on article acceptance/ rejection is sent to the author(s) through an e-mail. Communication regarding acceptance is as good as publishing of an article, which may further take some time due to layout editing, proof-reading etc. Usually the article acceptance e-mail contains the tentative schedule of publishing of that article

  • 48. Do I get the hard copy of the article?


    We strongly encourage “Online” publication model to minimize the additional carbon footprints resulting from printing on papers. But we also understand that ‘Hard Copy’ of journal is required by some authors, students and institutions. Therefore, we provide hard copy of our Journals to authors and institutions as per demand raised by them. However, the cost of the Print Copy of the Journal is NOT INCLUDED in the Article Processing Charges (APC) and to order the print copy of the Journal, payment has to be made separately. However, the Print Version of the Journal issue will be available only after the end of the quarter in which the article has been accepted and accepted. For example, the print version of any article submitted and accepted during the quarter October-December will be available in the October-December issue only after December. At present, the Hard Copy of the Journals can be delivered on the Indian Addresses only. to know more about it, please see the ‘Article Processing Charges’ section of the relevant Journals.

  • 49. Can I make changes like addition/Deletion of the Authors etc.


    Any request for change in the article (excluding typographical errors or any unforeseen omissions on our part) after publication shall be chargeable.
    Please consider the following points before requesting any corrections in your article:

    1. Any change request can be entertained only if it has come from the Corresponding Author through his e-mail ID, registered with us, accompanied by the scanned copy of request letter, signed by all the authors.
    2. Subject to fulfillment of the requirements in step 1 above, correction of Typographical Errors will be done free of cost.
    3. Any request for change after the article is published in chargeable @ Rs. 500/- (For Indian Authors)/ 50$ (for Foreign Authors) per correction.
    4. The request for change will be entertained only for a short duration after the publication of the article as per the policy of the respective Journal.

    Any request for change may be made through e-mail at contactus@pacificejournals.com along with the proof of the payment of the requisite charges for the changes required.

  • 1. What are the benefits as a reviewer? What remuneration will I get for Reviewer Job?

    Reviewing other papers in your field is a critical thinking process that may provide new insights about your own work. The review conducted by you is an honorary service, which not only helps in maintaining the scientific benchmarks and guidelines for an article published in the journal, but on personal front, it also improves your CV.
    We do not pay any remuneration to the reviewers, however, you in the capacity of a reviewer not only contribute towards advancement of scientific reasoning, but in the meanwhile also benefit by letting people know, through your CV, about your acumen as a reviewer of scientific thoughts.

  • 2. How do I register as an author (if I am already a reviewer)?


    If you are already registered with our Journal as ‘Reviewer’ and not as an ‘Author’, you will have to register yourself as ‘Author’ also to be able to submit a manuscript to our Journal. For this, under ‘My Account’ heading, select the link ‘Edit my profile’ and scroll down until you see the heading ‘Roles’ where you will find a check box next to ‘Reader’, ‘Author’, ‘Reviewer’. Please ensure that you have a check box selected next to ‘Author’ and then save the page.

  • 3. How do I access the article to be reviewed?


    The Editor will send you an invitation e-mail containing a secure link. This is a private key that will take you directly to the article to be reviewed. Step 1 of the seven review steps indicates your willingness to complete the review; you will only have access to the abstract and review schedule to base your willingness to do the review. To gain access to the complete text of the article you need to ensure that in Step 1 of the seven review steps you have selected the e-mail icon that states ‘Will do the review’. If you are willing to do the review, and have e-mailed the editor to such an effect, you will automatically have access to the complete text in Step 3.

  • 4. How can I review an article?


    Are you registered as a Reviewer? Check if you are registered as a Reviewer by ensuring you have a Reviewer link under your user home. If you do not have an Reviewer link you will need to enable your role as Reviewer Under My account select the link Edit my profile and scroll down until you see the heading Roles where you will find a check box next to Reader, Author, Reviewer. Ensure that you have a check box selected next to Reviewer and save the page. The Editor will send you an invitation e-mail containing a secure link. This is a private key that will take you directly to the article to be reviewed. Step 1 of the seven review steps indicates your willingness to complete the review; you will only have access to the abstract and review schedule to base your willingness to do the review. To gain access to the complete text of the article you need to ensure that in Step 1 of the seven review steps you have selected the e-mail icon that states ‘Will do the review’. If you are willing to do the review, and have e-mailed the editor to such an effect, you will automatically have access to the complete text in Step 3.

  • 5. How do I submit my review?


    Log into your personalized Journal section and follow the steps as outlined under the Reviewer page in that Journal.