Neonatal Mortality Scholarly Peer Review Journal

Neonatal mortality is the number of neonates died per 1000 births. The present WHO Academy challenge is neonatal mortality. The current statics have shown that each year more numbers of neonatal deaths are increasing. Due to low medical facilities and nutritional deficiencies, the probability of deaths is greater in the underdeveloped countries. Academic peer review is the process of subjecting the scholarly work, research, or ideas of an author to the scrutiny of others who are experts in the same field before a paper is published in a journal describing this work. Work may be accepted, deemed acceptable with revisions or dismissed. Peer review requires a community of experts who are qualified in a given (strictly defined) field who are fit and able to perform reasonably impartial review.