Peer review is an integral part of the academic publishing lifecycle. It is through this rigorous quality control process that scientific literature is verified before being made available to the general public. However, in recent times, peer review has faced a number of criticisms from fake reviews to the amount of time taken for reviews.
We take this opportunity to announce the second installment of our Research Risk Assessment initiative through this short but specific survey on peer review.
Your participation in this important survey on peer review will help us understand the various nuances that the art and science of peer review present. Enago is part of the Peer Review Week Committee this year, and your thoughts and opinions will be instrumental in propelling the discussion around the possible solutions and innovations in the peer review process.
The survey should only take 3–5 minutes, and your responses are completely anonymous. You can take the survey only once, but you can edit your responses until the survey is closed on September 30, 2020.