While the benefits outweigh the risks, the Journal of Markets & Morality has instituted policies and practices to avoid these common pitfalls and to improve the quality of peer-review
8) This uncertainty is only exacerbated by the fact that all fifty states and the District of Columbia have legislatively enacted some form of a medical peer-review
At present, the closest that ENT JOURNAL (and most medical journals) comes to this process is the publication of Letters to the Editor to point out important flaws that have appeared in print and were overlooked during the peer-review
Science and scholarship, like peer-review
, are answerable and self-corrective.
Unlike most peer-review
programs, Toledo's does not exist in conjunction with periodic principal evaluations.
Since our initial launch just over 100 days ago, it has become clear that our patented, peer-review
ranking system is a perfect fit for organized and rational discussions via the Internet," said Mark Ranalli, president and CEO of Helium.
We anticipate that authors will be pleased with the ease of submission and the more rapid peer-review
process made possible by implementing our Internet-based system for submission.
Because the peer-review
process is so deeply entrenched in the research system, this fascinating study would be a formidable undertaking.
process reliably classifies documents into broad categories, such as excellent, fair and poor, but counting on it to reveal finer distinctions "is like expecting to be able to measure the diameter of a nerve cell with a meter stick," Delcomyn maintains.
NSF will develop a computerized roster of outside researchers "on call" to peer-review
its grant proposals.
Helium is powered by people through more than just peer-review
PLoS Medicine's peer-review
process is designed to be as rigorous as the best-known medical journals, and uniquely collaborative, with nearly 100 experts from 28 countries on all five continents involved in the decision-making process.