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Editorial Policies

The GI Publisher editorial office has an organization structure that is comparable to that of many other scholarly publications. The editorial office is composed of a variety of skilled individuals, including a managing editor, Editorial colleagues, software specialists, and administrative coordinators dedicate themselves to providing a seamless service to both writers and reviewers.


Its obligations consist of:

  • The process of overseeing the peer review procedure is crucial to ensure that manuscripts are reviewed without any issues. This involves providing reviewers with all the necessary information to guarantee that authors receive a high-quality review that enhances the quality of their article.
  • Ensuring timely delivery and maintaining the highest quality standards while addressing compilation concerns.
  • Editing, proof-reading, and reformatting manuscripts to ensure they are finished to a high quality and conform to the journal style.
  • Manuscripts are edited, proofread, and reformatted to ensure they are completed to a high standard and follow the journal's style.


Our editorial team promptly addresses online trends. They effectively balance commercial objectives with editorial integrity, direction, and policies. Additionally, the editorial office team consistently conducts statistical analysis on citation levels, usage, and author submission behavior. This analysis helps identify content that can enhance readership.


Editors and the Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors (http://publicationethics.org/files/Code_of_conduct_for_journal_editors.pdf) issued by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).