Journal Selection: In light of the proliferation of journals, some journals have come under increased scrutiny recently with terms such as questionable, predatory, pseudo, deceptive, unscrupulous, illegitimate, or dishonest, used to describe these journals. Submitting a manuscript to an unsuitable journal will result in editors rejecting the manuscript without even sending it for peer review. It wastes both yours and the editors’ time. Choosing a journal that matches your study is therefore very important because it makes it more likely that your manuscript will be accepted. The Aims and Scope of the journal should indicate the topic areas the journal is willing to consider.