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September 11, 2018 | Nazira Albargothy, Research Fellow

How to get involved in peer review

Five tips from an early career researcher on how to start peer reviewing


Peer review is an essential step in the publishing process, but also one of the most challenging for journal editors. Finding the right reviewers for every submission is difficult, so editors are always looking for new reviewers to reach out to.…

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