All manuscripts submitted to RCM go through an initial assessment by the editorial team, followed by peer review involving at least two experts. Reviewers play a vital role in the journal's success. When evaluating a manuscript, reviewers are expected to provide feedback on its uniqueness, significance, research methodology, statistical analysis, credibility of references, as well as clarity, language errors, and adherence to RCM's formatting guidelines. Reviewers should also promptly report any instances of author misconduct, such as plagiarism and unethical behavior. It's important to note that conducting a comprehensive critical review can be time-consuming, often requiring several hours. We deeply value the invaluable contributions of our reviewers in critically assessing manuscripts, and we welcome potential reviewers from around the world.