Peer reviewers are the subject-matter experts who volunteer their time to improve the manuscripts they review. Often, researchers consider these reviewers as the road blocks in research publishing , as peer review process sometimes takes longer than the estimated time. Why is it time-consuming? What are a peer reviewer’s tasks that many of us are unaware of?
In this podcast, we interact with peer reviewers in a one-on-one conversation. Here we have with us Dr. Caroline Ntara and Dr. Kimberley Skelton. Dr. Ntara, is an experienced lecturer with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education society. Meanwhile, Dr. Kimberley has many publication contributions and has written exemplary book reviews.
While they delightfully share their journey of being a peer reviewer, they also share some key insights for researchers in their journey through peer review process.
Key highlights of this podcast
- Insights on a peer reviewer’s life
- Top 3 things they expect in a publication-ready scientific manuscript
- What do peer reviewers do when they spot research misconduct?
- Peer review is rewarding in terms of updates on the latest research studies
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