Being a peer reviewer – guidance and how to approach your first review
This webinar took place on June 23, 2017. However, if you missed the webinar or want to listen to it again, you can:
If you have watched this webinar and are interested in being a peer reviewer for BMC Health Services Research, or another journal in the BMC series, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please specify which journal you are interested in being reviewer for and that you have participated in the BMC HSG webinar on being a peer reviewer.
One of the best ways to improve your own scientific writing is to become a peer reviewer, but approaching your first few reviews can be challenging. Aimed at researchers with limited or no experience of being a reviewer, or those wishing to improve their skills, this webinar will provide resources on how to peer review, and advice from editors on being a reviewer and how to get experience.
As part of a series of webinars jointly organised by HSG and BioMed Central exploring various aspects of publishing and the peer review process, this webinar will particularly focus on:
How to get experience of assessing manuscripts and become a peer reviewer
When to accept an invitation to peer review
The initial assessment of a manuscript and closer scrutiny
How to approach writing your report
Hilary Logan, Editor for BMC Health Services Research
Milena Pavlova, Section Editor for BMC Health Services Research
Stefano Bonacina, Section Editor forBMC Health Services Research