Editor Guidelines


JCPP Editorial Board follows a strict code of guidelines with an objective of furnishing the best manuscripts to the public. These guidelines also help the JCPP Editorial Board to maintain their integrity in their activities. The Editors have a great responsibility with a good set of high goals and principles that make them greatly efficient.

JCPP Editorial Board responds quite promptly and is expected to keep up the good work going without delays. The process of the editing is confidential. Editorial Board follows the following guideline during the evaluation of a manuscript:

-The Editorial Board is responsible for the quality of the content published in the journal. They also must strive to set higher standards for the journal whenever possible.

-The Editorial Board must maintain good knowledge on the comments and the feedback of the readers. Also, they can evaluate and implement valuable suggestion from the authors.

-The quality of an edited manuscript must be good without any flaws. The content presentation should be understandable, the validity of the scientific facts mentioned must be checked and the criticism of the manuscript should be left Open for all to decide.

-The Editorial Board must also assure that the content published is original. The integrity of the author’s work is a must. Also, the work rendered must meet internationally approved guidelines of ethics. There must be proper citation and the original source of the content should be named

-The Editorial Board will protect any confidential data regarding the works. If the author has used information of real individual persons in any of his medical or scientific records, the Editorial Team must look for written consent from the individual for the record to qualify for publishing.

-If the Editorial Board suspects any misconduct or misuse of the rules or data, the team will delay the visibility of the published or the unpublished work. The Editorial Board must get a reasonable response from the author. If there is no satisfactory response available, the Editorial Board may contact the organization for further procedures.


Editorial Policy:

The main aim of this policy is to safeguard the reliability and the integrity of the JCPP. Also, next to quality, the Editorial Board must work to satisfy the interest of the readers. The Editorial Board has full freedom to determine the quality of the content. The process and the rights of evaluating a manuscript lie with the Editorial Board too. There will be no changes or interference of any sort in the decisions of the Editorial Board. The Editorial Board will continuously strive to meet all the research ethics. They will protect the rules of the copyright and individual data. Each member of the Editorial Board will keep up the quality and will also be responsible for proficient peer reviewing process. Each member will also complete the assigned Editing work of the research Journal in time.

The Editorial Board will also make sure that all content presented are relevant, original, with good scientific content and with some content that are of potential interest to engage readers. The Board will also ensure that the research contents are complete, clear and with proper citation.

The decisions of the JCPP Editorial Board must never be influenced by any of the external factors. The origin of the author, the nationality of the author, the race, ethnicity, or the religion of the author or his political choices will make no effects of the peer review of a content. The validity and the quality of the content presented are the only grounds for evaluation.


Reviewer Guidelines


JCPP requires each of its Reviewers to be an eminent person in his field of content are of the best quality. The Reviewers also have the responsibility of providing genuine and constructive comments and criticism about the presented manuscripts. The Reviewer must keep in mind that his or her comments and reviews are very important factors for the Editors to make a decision on the manuscript.

The Peer Review Process:

JCPP are subjected to two way peer reviewing blindness. That is, when content is presented for peer review, the name, the details and the affiliations of the author are not revealed to the Reviewers. The authors are kept in absolute blindness about the identity of the Reviewers. The Reviewers are expected to respond promptly and keep up their deadlines. The expert Reviewers will evaluate the originality, the accuracy and the wholeness of content and provide honest comments on the work submitted.


– The Reviewer should have the expertise to carry the peer reviewing process by himself/herself.

– The Reviewer cannot edit any contents presented in the manuscript.

– The Reviewer has no rights to any form of personal accusations. He/she can however present confidential feedback to the Editor.

– The Reviewers should protect the confidentiality of the manuscript. He/she has no rights to disclose any information presented in the manuscript.

– The Reviewer must not attempt to reveal his/her identity; he/she may not contact the author without due permission from the editor.

– Their comments and reviews must never be influenced by the race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, language, origin, gender or any political agencies.