Posted by: bluesyemre | April 8, 2014

Conducting Proper Peer Review for a Journal


There is a historical context as well as a scientific approach to conducting a proper journal peer review. With the increasing number of manuscripts submitted by investigators, and the multitude of solicitations for articles by journals, the traffic and speed of peer-reviewed publications can overwhelm the scientific process of verifying the presented information. This treatise highlights the roles and rights of a journal expert peer reviewer, and offers a checklist for anyone reading through a journal before and after it has been published.

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