Peer Review Week 2020

This year Peer review week seeks to broadly discuss the pros and cons of peer review through the eyes of scientists, editors, reviewers, stake-holders and entrepreneurs. Peer review ensures scientific integrity and builds this trust. Peer review is one of the most crucial processes in research publishing. Different sections of the academic community view it from different perspectives. Authors see it as the major checkpoint in their journey of manuscript acceptance and consequent publishing. On the other hand, publishers consider it essential for publishing high quality and novel research, thereby maintaining the quality of the journal. All good journals use peer review to decide whether or not an article is suitable for publication. Peer reviewers should be established researchers with a great deal of expertise in their field. They check that submitted papers are accurate, clear and complete which is a critical part of the publication journey. The report provided by the peer reviewers should also be unbiased to both the journal and the author of the paper. 


Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.