An Interview with the Editors

Editor’s Note: The following is part of the Peer Reviewer Resources series. Check back each Thursday for the next post in the series. Read more about our Peer Reviewer Resources.  Editor-in-Chief David P. Sklar and Associate Editor Jan Carline, a previous top reviewer for Academic Medicine, discuss how they approach reviews, what they, as editors, look for in a …

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The (Re)View from the Other Side

Editor’s Note: The following post is part of a series of Peer Reviewer Resources written by some of Academic Medicine's top peer reviewers. Check back each Thursday for the next post in the series. Read more about our Peer Reviewer Resources.  By: Grace C. Huang, MD, director of assessment, Shapiro Institute for Education and Research, Harvard Medical …

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Thoughts Upon Becoming A Journal Manuscript Reviewer

Editor’s Note: The following post is part of a series of Peer Reviewer Resources written by some of Academic Medicine's top peer reviewers. Check back each Thursday for the next post in the series. Read more about our Peer Reviewer Resources.  By: William A. Norcross, MD, clinical professor of family medicine, UC San Diego School of Medicine The …

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Hints for Reviewing Articles

Editor’s Note: The following post is part of a series of Peer Reviewer Resources written by some of Academic Medicine's top peer reviewers. Check back each Thursday for the next post in the series. Read more about our Peer Reviewer Resources.  By: Rika Maeshiro, MD, MPH, advisor, Public Health and Prevention, Association of American Medical Colleges The Academic …

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The Hidden Mentor: The Role of the Reviewer

Editor’s Note: The following post is part of a series of Peer Reviewer Resources written by some of Academic Medicine's top peer reviewers. Check back each Thursday for the next post in the series. Read more about our Peer Reviewer Resources.  By: Mark Cummings, PhD, professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Michigan State University, College …

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Tips and Best Practices from Academic Medicine’s Top Reviewers

Peer review is an essential element of scholarly publishing. The quality of every article printed in this journal and others depends on the in-depth, informative, and authoritative insights of expert reviewers. To support our reviewers, Academic Medicine has launched a Peer Reviewer Resources project. In the coming months, we will share resources and tutorials that include: questions that …

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