This Clinical Psychiatry follows double-blind peer review system. Peer review is the process by which journals scrutinize and regulate the quality of content they publish, by inviting experts in the field to review and comment on manuscripts received. Manuscripts submitted to a journal first go through an initial screening by the editorial team. Those that clear the screening are sent to at least two experts for peer review. The journal editor considers all the feedback from peer reviewers and makes an informed decision to accept or reject the manuscript.