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How To Survive Peer Review

  • ID: 2223581
  • Book
  • 72 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This practical guide gives you valuable advice on how to survive the process of peer review in all its forms. From explaining exactly what it is to the detail of submitting your paper or abstract it steers you through the main obstacles to getting research funded, published or presented.

How to Survive Peer Review is also for reviewers themselves: poacher turned gamekeeper—it is likely that you will be asked to peer review too. In concise, easy to follow style this book provides essential information for reviewers of scientific papers, conference abstracts and grant proposals.

It addresses too the increasingly important area of professional peer review, now being adopted in career appraisal. Another unique feature is a chapter on informal peer review and how to benefit from this in a wide range of situations.

The comprehensive contents include:

  • What is peer review?
  • How to be a reviewer
  • Surviving peer review
  • Professional peer review
  • Informal peer review

Written by three of the best known figures in the field of peer review this is an authoritative yet highly readable aid for all healthcare professionals who want to advance their careers and increase their publication list.

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What is peer review?.

How to be a reviewer.

How to survive peer review.

Professional peer review.

Informal peer review

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Elizabeth Wager
Fiona Godlee
Tom Jefferson
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