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Mathews Journal of Emergency Medicine

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Mathews Journal of Emergency Medicine Reviewer Guidelines

Peer Review Process

Mathews Open Access Journals follows double blind peer review process. In this we do not reveal author names, affiliations to the reviewer and vice versa. We adhere to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), code of conduct, and best practice guidelines (http://publicationethics.org). We strive to ensure that the peer review is fair, unbiased and timely. Decisions to accept or reject a manuscript for publication in the journal are based on the manuscript’s importance, originality, clarity, and the study’s validity and its relevance to remit of the journal. The process also involves strictly no plagiarism or fabrication of the data and parallel submissions.

Responsibilities

Being a reviewer you are accountable to take the responsibility of maintaining confidentiality of ideas that have been presented in the papers assigned to review. Focus your evaluation on merits and demerits of the article; assess the correctness, accuracy, clarity, and innovation of the research. Never reveal the assigned paper's results or videos/images or any of the supplementary material to non-reviewers.

The reviewers are given ample time for the review and submission of comments to the editorial office. Reviewers’ evaluations play a major role in our decision as to whether to accept a manuscript for publication.

Ethical Issues

  • The reviewer should be honest, transparent. Should not be biased in the decision, and exact analysis of the research.
  • After receiving the paper for any further assistance or clarifications you need to contact only the editorial office and the confidentiality of the paper has to be maintained.
  • You must never ask anyone to review a portion of paper without editor's permission and also must never contact the author of the paper directly.
  • Final decision in accepting/ rejecting of the manuscript is solely decided by Chief-Editor of the journal.
  • The reviewer can also inform the editor regarding suspected duplicate publication, plagiarism, or any ethical concerns about the use of animals or humans in the research that has be done by author.
Recently Published Articles
Research Article

Healthcare Documents: How Readable? A Study of Simple Strategies to Decrease Reading Grade Level and Increase Reading Ease of Healthcare Documents

Published : 13th July 2022
Authors : James Espinosa*, Alan Lucerna, Henry Schuitema
Citation : Espinosa J, Lucerna A, Schuitema H. (2022). Healthcare Documents: How Readable? A Study of Simple Strategies to Decrease Reading Grade Level and Increase Reading Ease of Healthcare Documents. Mathews J Emergency Med. 7(1):44.

Research Article

Effect of a Statewide Opioid Monitoring Program on a Community Emergency Department Opioid Prescribing Patterns

Published : 08th July 2022
Authors : Nicole Caltabiano1, Ashley Keifer2, James Espinosa3, Alan Lucerna4, Nicholas Tomasello3, Russell Mordecai3, Henry Schuitema3, Victor Scali3
Citation : Caltabiano N, Keifer A, Espinosa J, Lucerna A, Tomasello N, Mordecai R, Schuitema H, Scali V. (2022). Effect of a Statewide Opioid Monitoring Program on a Community Emergency Department Opioid Prescribing Patterns. Mathews J Emergency Med. 7(1):43.

Research Article

Towards Decreasing the Effect of Stethoscopes as Fomites in Healthcare Acquired Infections: Can Practitioners Tell Difference Between Disposable and Standard Stethoscopes and Gloved versus Ungloved Stethoscopes?

Published : 12th June 2022
Authors : Razwana Wahdat1, Ramy Saleh2, James Espinosa3*, Lissa Diaz4, Shabnam Zarrabi5, Russell Mordecai3, Jacob Melnick1, Alan Lucerna3, Henry Schuitema6, Victor Scali3
Citation : Wahdat R, Saleh R, Espinosa J, Diaz L, Zarrabi S, Mordecai R, Melnick J, Lucerna A, Schuitema H, Scali V. (2022). Towards Decreasing the Effect of Stethoscopes as Fomites in Healthcare Acquired Infections: Can Practitioners Tell Difference Between Disposable and Standard Stethoscopes and Gloved versus Ungloved Stethoscopes? Mathews J Emergency Med. 7(1):42.

Research Article

Accuracy of Vancomycin Dosing in the Emergency Department: Two Dosage Sizes do Not Fit All

Published : 29th April 2021
Authors : Melissa Reeves DO1, Karina Gotliboym DO2, James Espinosa MD3*, Victor Scali DO4, Alan Lucerna DO5, Russell Mordecai DO3, Henry Schuitema DO6
Citation : Reeves M, Gotliboym K, Espinosa J, Scali V, Lucerna A, Mordecai R, Schuitema H. (2021). Accuracy of vancomycin dosing in the Emergency Department: Two dosage sizes do not fit all. Mathews J Emergency Med. 6(1):41.

Research Article

Potential Impact of Choosing Wisely-- ED Coagulation Study (PT-PTT-INR): Utilization and Economic Modeling

Published : 31st December 2020
Authors : Victoria McElroy1, James Espinosa2*, Victor Scali3, Henny Schuitema4, Alan Lucerna5
Citation : Espinosa J, et al. (2020). Potential Impact of Choosing Wisely-- ED Coagulation Study (PT-PTT-INR): Utilization and Economic Modeling. Mathews J Emergency Med. (5)2:40.

Case Report

Dupuytren Contracture follow Prolong Use of Primidone in an Old Woman with Essential Tremor: A Clinical Image

Published : 27th December 2020
Authors : Aghamollaii V1, Bidaki R2,3*
Citation : Aghamollaii V, et al. (2020). Dupuytren Contracture follow Prolong Use of Primidone in an Old Woman with Essential Tremor: A Clinical Image. Mathews J Emergency Med. (5)2:39

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