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How to Become More Involved in Peer Review

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How to Become More Involved in Peer Review

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How to Become More Involved in Peer Review

  1. 1. How to Become More Involved in Peer Review • Why care? • There is a shortage of high quality reviewers (Proliferation of Journals, increased demands on the time of scientists and clinicians, lack of remuneration for voluntary peer review) • The quality of science that is reported depends on critical peer review • Peer reviewers have a preview of advances in their field • How to become involved? • Accept invitations whenever practical; at least respond to invitations in a timely manner • Email the Associate Editor in your discipline to notify him/her of your interest and your areas of expertise • When performing a review, do not feel shy about asking the advice of senior investigators
  2. 2. How to Become More Involved in Peer Review • Why care? • There is a shortage of high quality reviewers (Proliferation of Journals, increased demands on the time of scientists and clinicians, lack of remuneration for voluntary peer review) • The quality of science that is reported depends on critical peer review • Peer reviewers have a preview of advances in their field • How to become involved? • Accept invitations whenever practical; at least respond to invitations in a timely manner • Email the Associate Editor in your discipline to notify him/her of your interest and your areas of expertise • When performing a review, do not feel shy about asking the advice of senior investigators
  3. 3. How to Become More Involved in Peer Review • Why care? • There is a shortage of high quality reviewers (Proliferation of Journals, increased demands on the time of scientists and clinicians, lack of remuneration for voluntary peer review) • The quality of science that is reported depends on critical peer review • Peer reviewers have a preview of advances in their field • How to become involved? • Accept invitations whenever practical; at least respond to invitations in a timely manner • Email the Associate Editor in your discipline to notify him/her of your interest and your areas of expertise • When performing a review, do not feel shy about asking the advice of senior investigators
  4. 4. How to Become More Involved in Peer Review • Why care? • There is a shortage of high quality reviewers (Proliferation of Journals, increased demands on the time of scientists and clinicians, lack of remuneration for voluntary peer review) • The quality of science that is reported depends on critical peer review • Peer reviewers have a preview of advances in their field • How to become involved? • Accept invitations whenever practical; at least respond to invitations in a timely manner • Email the Associate Editor in your discipline to notify him/her of your interest and your areas of expertise • When performing a review, do not feel shy about asking the advice of senior investigators

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