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October 11, 2017 | Victoria Farrimond, Journals Development Coordinator

Top takeaways from our Expert View on Managing Reviewers webinar


Whether you’re an experienced editor or new to the game, an aspect of journal management that almost all editors want to improve on is peer review and, in particular, the timeliness of this practice. More often than not, a lot of the delays in the process can be avoided, or at least lessened, by growing and strengthening your pool of potential reviewers.…

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