TAPS is a journal for the health professionals involved in the education of future practitioners. The journal publishes a wide range of articles in various categories – research papers, reviews and reports of innovations. TAPS publishes papers relating to research in medical and health professional education, pedagogical innovations and educational leadership and management.
Standard peer review procedures are used for submissions. The editors might request for suggestions of reviewers from the authors. The Editors-in-Chief retain the sole right to make decisions on the review process.
Format of review
The review comprises two parts:
Part 1 (For Editorial Board): Reviewers are required to give an outcome of the paper and provide any comments for the Editorial Board to make an informed decision.
Part 2 (For authors): Reviewers are required to give constructive feedback on how to improve the paper if revisions are recommended.
Reviewers will be asked to consider the following points:
You may download a copy of the guidelines for your reference.