Peer-to-Peer Session: A Review of Peer Reviewing - How to Be an Effective Reviewer and How to Respond to Reviewer Requests
A Review of Peer Reviewing - How to Be an Effective Reviewer and How to Respond to Reviewer Requests
In this session we will cover all things related to the peer review process. We'll cover why and how to be an effective peer reviewer, including discussing how to know when to accept a peer review request, how to get yourself on a journal's radar, and different approaches to how to write a peer review. We'll also cover several scenarios that might emerge including what constitutes a conflict of interest, how to deal with ethical concerns, and what to do if a paper you are reviewing is downright awful! We'll also discuss how to best respond to peer reviewer requests, including what to do when the requests are impossible. Participants will leave this Peer-to-Peer session better equipped to navigate the world of peer review from both sides of the process.
Marissa Hendrickson, MD
Monday, September 19 (2-3 pm) & Thursday, October 6 (2-3 pm)