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Become a great peer reviewer! (Basic)
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Before you begin
Understanding peer review
An introduction to peer review
Types of peer review
How reviewing can help you
Do you have what it takes?
Who qualifies to be a peer reviewer?
Skills and responsibilities
Should you accept the invitation?
Accepted the editor's invitation - what next?
Understanding what journal editors want
What constitute major and minor comments
Forming first impressions with a quick scan
Deep diving into the review
Making the first read count
Appraising the Title, Abstract, and Keywords
Reviewing the Introduction or literature review
Evaluating the methodology and ethical soundness
Reporting the Results
Commenting on the Discussion and Conclusion
Quiz - Are you ready to dive into the review?
Possible recommendations you can make
Choosing a recommendation
Summing up your evaluation
Tying it all up
Structuring a peer review report
Being a sensitive reviewer
Giving constructive feedback
Concluding the basic course
The Advanced course
Test your understanding
Training Effectiveness Survey
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