|Peer review process|
|Abstracting and Indexing|
Peer Review Process
All manuscripts submitted to MedERA initially undergo internal peer review. A manuscript not found suitable for publication as regards to the topic or poor writing is likely to be rejected on the internal peer review.
After in-house peer review, the manuscript is sent for external peer reviews. This is a double-blind process. Research articles are reviewed by two peer reviewers. Original articles authored by the editorial board are also externally peer reviewed. Editorials and obituaries authored by the editor-in-chief will not be subjected to an external peer review.