Peer Review Process

Submission of Manuscripts: MGII uses a web-based submission and review system. If you are having trouble submitting your article via the online submission system, please contact us via email, or +6282276302084.

Peer Review Process: The articles are primarily evaluated by our internal experts and screeners who check the articles for any methodological deficiencies, format and conformance with the journal's instructions. Then, a double-blind review is carried out, the article will be reviewed by at least two external (peer) reviewers. Their comments will be forwarded to the authors and their response to the comments along with the reviewers' comments will then be evaluated by the Chief Editor, and the final reviewers who may become members of the Editorial Board. The final review process will be discussed in regular editorial board sessions and based on comments, the Chief Editor will decide which articles should be published.

 Editorial Independence:  The Editor of Media Gizi Ilmiah Indonesia(MGII/ Media Scientific Nutrition Indonesia) evaluates and accepts articles only based on their significance, originality, validity, and adherence to the objectives and scope of the journal.

Review of Manuscripts: All manuscripts submitted correctly to MGII will be reviewed first by the editor. Some manuscripts will be returned to the author at this stage if the paper is deemed unfit for publication at MGII, if the paper does not meet the submission requirements, or if the paper is deemed not to have a high enough priority, according to the scope of the journal. All papers deemed suitable by the editors to advance further in the review process will undergo appropriate peer review and all papers provisionally accepted for publication will undergo a detailed statistical review.

Please note: All authors of articles accepted are required to sign an authorization statement. If your article is accepted for publication. you will be required to submit this form immediately: a delay in submitting the form signed by all authors will result in a delay in publication.