The WJM is a high-quality, peer reviewed, open-access journal. The primary task of WJM is to rapidly publish high-quality original articles, reviews, editorials, and case reports in the field of methodology. In order to promote productive academic communication, the peer review process for the WJM is transparent; to this end, all published manuscripts are accompanied by the anonymized reviewers’ comments as well as the authors’ responses. The primary aims of the WJM are to improve diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive modalities and the skills of clinicians and to guide clinical practice in methodology.
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