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The peers are chosen for their intellectual capacity and their academic trajectory, as well as their practice in the area of Medicine and for the number of publications in the pertinent field or previous training in the local or international field in the field of research at a global level. Specialization in the area of Health.
The Editorial Committee reserves the right to accept, reject, request modifications and make the corrections it deems necessary to adjust the texts in accordance with the policy and the citation style of this publication.
Once the text has been submitted through the Open Journal Systems (OJS) system, the prequalification process and peer review, the authors are informed of the decision on publication. The process takes approximately six weeks.