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Peer review and editing process

Manuscripts submitted for publication are evaluated by the editors regarding its relevance and agreement with the objectives of the review editorial. After this preliminary evaluation the work will be submitted to various members of the editorial council (with recognized competence in the subjects proposed). These members can approve the work in the original form, suggest modifications or reject it. Based on the opinion of peers, the editors decide whether the article should be published in its original form, revised or rejected. Editors can also request the opinion of peer reviews that constitute the Review Coordination or an ad hoc List. The peer review is double-blind for papers and there will be a declaration of no conflict of interests for videos and others contents.

The journal doesn’t have article processing or submission charges. 

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