Peer Reviewed Process

World Journal of Current Medical and Pharmaceutical Research (WJCMPR) follows the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE) with Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers and ICMJE Recommendations. Peer review is one of the essential steps of the publishing process. It plays an essential role in maintaining the goodness of the published literature and advancing discovery. We are dedicated to prompt evaluation and publication of entirely accepted papers in journals to maintain a high-quality publication, and all submissions undergo a strict review process.


  • Authors are requested to prepare the manuscript to acceptable standards and confirm the policies of the WJCMPR journal before submitting it. We stand for crucial evaluation, in-depth review, and the best way to communicate research articles.
  • A concurrent submission of the same manuscript to another journal is not acceptable. Manuscripts with contents beyond the scope will not be considered for review.
  • Specialists will refer to articles as suggested by the editorial board.
  • The journal's chief editor makes publication decisions based on the reviewers' reports. Authors of papers that are not accepted are notified promptly.
  • All submitted manuscripts will be treated as confidential documents, except for authors. No one should be informed of the manuscript.
  • Two Experts are involved in the review process for each received manuscript; as recommended by the editorial board, they should disclose conflicts of interest resulting from direct competitive, collaborative, or other connections with any of the authors and remove themselves from cases in which such conflicts preclude an objective evaluation. If the article requires a few more reviews, it will be considered for review. At the time of the review process will communicate to the authors when required. 
  • Our peer-review process is confidential, and reviewers' identities cannot be disclosed.

Peer Review Process

Firstly, the Editorial Board evaluates all manuscripts submitted for publication in the Journal. The editors employ double-blind reviewing, in which both the referee and author remain unnamed throughout the process.
After Stage I, manuscripts are sent to at least two outer reviewers for peer review. If required, the number of reviewers can be raised by editors. Reviewers are selected from the Reviewer's board according to their expertise. Referees are asked to evaluate the manuscript's uniqueness, methodology, contribution to the literature, presentation of results, conclusions, and proper referencing of relevant prior studies. Reviewers might accept or reject the manuscript, which might require a revision for style and content.

When the Reviewers require revision, the author(s) should consider the recommendations they suggested, and they should send back the revised manuscript in 25 Days. Once Revised manuscripts are returned after 25 days are considered to re-review should be initiated from the initial stage; at that time, we will consider making it into a new submission. The Possible Decisions are Accepted, Accepted after Minor Revision (Authors should resubmit the revised manuscript within one week.), or Rejected.
After fulfilling Stages I and II, the Chief Editor Made a final report on a submitted manuscript and assigned it for publication.

Period of Review Process: The WJCMPR journal takes seven to eight weeks to conduct the peer-review process.