Such Is a Peer Reviewer’s Life

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.

Peer Reviewer

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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