THE HOMOEOPATHIC HERITAGE
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HOMOEOPATHY
The Homeopathic Heritage is the oldest and the largest circulated international journal in homoeopathy. Since 1976 more than 15,000 homeopathic lovers have trusted The Homoeopathic Heritage as the best source for quality information on homoeopathy.
Educated homoeopathic professionals and teachers of today and tomorrow turn to The Homoeopathic Heritage for the need-to-know information and inspiration that they can't get anywhere else.
The Homoeopathic Heritage gives in-depth knowledge on new research, more clinical cases and clinical experiences of renowned homoeopathic physicians.
The Homoeopathic Heritage is published under the strong leadership of Dr. Farokh J. Master, Editor-in-Chief. He is the leading international teacher and has authored more than 30 books in homoeopathy.
Mr. Kuldeep Jain, Publisher represents B. Jain Publishing House, The world's largest publisher of alternative health.
The Homoeopathic Heritage has the most number of international teachers attached to it than any other homoeopathic journal in the world.
|Dr. Subrata Kumar Banerjea||Mr. Grant Bentley|
|Ms. Miranda Castro||Dr. Tarkeshwar Jain|
|Dr. Ajit Kulkarni||Dr. Farokh J. Master|
|Dr. Robin Murphy||Dr. Uttareshwar R. Pachegaonkar|
|Dr. Roberto Petrucci||Dr LM Khan|
|Dr. Chaim Rosenthal||Dr. Todd Rowe|
|Dr. M.K. Sahani||Dr. Luc De Schepper|
|Dr. Jan Scholten||Dr. Frederik Schroyens|
|Dr. Sanjay Sehgal||Dr. Yogesh Sehgal|
|Dr. Jeremy Sherr||Dr. P.K. Sudhir|
|Dr. Praful Vijaykar||Dr. Torako Yui|
What Is Peer Review?
In academic publishing, the goal of peer review is to assess the quality of articles submitted for publication in a scholarly journal. Peer-reviewed or refereed journals have an editorial board of subject experts who review and evaluate submitted articles before accepting them for publication. Before an article is deemed appropriate to be published in a peer-reviewed journal, it must undergo the following process:
- An editorial board asks subject experts to review and evaluate submitted articles before accepting them for publication in a scholarly journal.
- Submissions are evaluated using criteria including the excellence, novelty and significance of the research or ideas.
- Scholarly journals use this process to protect and maintain the quality of material they publish.
- If appropriate, they suggest revisions. If they find the article lacking in scholarly validity and rigor, they reject it.Because a peer-reviewed journal will not publish articles that fail to meet the standards established for a given discipline, peer-reviewed articles that are accepted for publication exemplify the best articles in a field.
- Members of the editorial board are listed near the beginning of each journal issue.
Topics of Upcoming Issues
The topics for the upcoming issues of The Homoeopathic Heritage are as follows:
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