Peer-Review Process

The interaction of the Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy (JDIT) is in the peer-review process whereupon the Editorial Director acts as a platform interspersing with the Author, Editorial Board Members and Editor-in-Chief.

The starting point is the submission of the author’s article for its initial evaluation by the Open Access Scientist. This involves an evaluation of the aims and scope of JDIT, an assessment of quality, scientific merit, grammar and checks for plagiarism.

At this stage, the article is either returned for correction or proceeded to the peer-review stage by the Editorial Board.  Our aim is to complete the entire peer-review process in one cycle of 28 days.

This entire peer-review process is designed to produce a clear and comprehensive assessment of the article, facilitating a successful e-publication in a fair and reasonable length of time.

The Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy adopts the COPE Code of Conduct for Journal Editors.

Code of Conduct for Journal Editors

JDIT PEER REVIEW PROCESS