This journal operates a double anonymized review process. The Chief Editor initiates and coordinates the preliminary assessment of all contributions to determine suitability for publication in the journal. Articles deemed suitable are then typically sent to a minimum of two independent expert reviewers to assess the quality and value of the paper. A potential author will get a response within three months of submission of an article. Where a manuscript may need revisions to address the concerns and recommendations emanating from the review process, such is communicated to the author to make necessary revisions and re-submit for consideration. The Chief Editor guides in the final decision regarding the acceptance or rejection of articles.

To ensure anonymity in the review of manuscripts, identifying material should be kept out of the manuscript. A front-page giving authorship, institution affiliation, biographical statement, and acknowledgments is provided in a separate file. Only the title is provided for identification on the manuscript and abstract received by the reviewers.