Reviewers Guidelines - Case Reports

Thank you for considering becoming a peer reviewer for our journal. Your expertise and feedback play a crucial role in maintaining the quality of our publications. Please adhere to the following guidelines:

General Guidelines

  • Reviewers should have expertise in the subject matter of the submitted manuscript.
  • Reviews should be conducted objectively and without bias.
  • Confidentiality must be maintained throughout the review process.

Review Process

  • Reviewers are expected to provide constructive feedback to authors.
  • Assess the manuscript for originality, clarity, and significance of the research.
  • Submit your review within the specified timeline.


  • Clearly communicate your comments and recommendations to the editors and authors.
  • If you suspect plagiarism or ethical issues, report them to the editorial team.
How to Become a Reviewer

If you meet the expertise criteria and are interested in serving as a reviewer, please contact us at to express your interest. Include your CV and a brief description of your areas of expertise.

If you are willing to serve as a reviewer, please contact us to express your interest or for further information.

Your contribution as a reviewer is invaluable to the Journal of International Case Reports. We appreciate your dedication and expertise in helping us maintain the quality and integrity of our publications. Thank you for your commitment to advancing medical research through rigorous and ethical peer review.