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Peer Review Week 2022: Scout All About “Peer Review Fostering Research Integrity” with Enago!

As we approach the much awaited Peer Review Week (PRW) 2022, Enago — a global leader in publication support services, continues to take part as the Steering Committee Member in the eighth edition commencing from 19th to 23rd September. As a Steering Committee Member, Enago holds pride in being at the helm of curating a knowledge-packed week with exclusively planned webinars, podcasts, social media activities, and much more.  Selected through an open global survey, the PRW 2022 is themed “Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research.”  With a huge reproducibility crisis jeopardizing trust issues in research, research integrity has become more critical than ever, to restore the research quality and transparency.

Traverse Through Key Aspects of “Research Integrity” by visiting our page exclusively designed for the occasion of Peer Review Week 2022!

Bringing to you this year, Enago will set the ball rolling on September 19, the first day of PRW with a creative and illustrative depiction of “Peer Review Through Ages”. This picturesque form of knowledge will give you interesting insights on the historic advent of peer review and its evolution over time at a sight. This downloadable infographic will be your go-to place to be on top of all the facts about how peer review flourished through ages.  Pre-book your FREE copy now!

On the second day of the PRW, September 20, Enago will host a podcast titled “Such Is a Peer Reviewer’s Life.” In this session, you will listen to the veteran peer reviewers speaking of the lesser known facets of peer review. Plug in your earphones and hit the play button to know what a peer reviewer expects from your manuscript, what are the attributes of a well-researched manuscript, how peer review bolsters research integrity, and so on.

Dedicated to “Importance of Peer Review in Maintaining Research Integrity”, Enago will bring to you an opinion-based blog post on September 21. This post will discuss how peer review shapes the scientific research and how with enhanced understanding of peer review, scholarly community could demonstrate research integrity.

If you thought this was it, the fourth day of the PRW is much intense! On September 22, we bring to you “Behind the Scenes with Editors-in-Chief”, part of Enago’s “Ask the Editors-in-Chief” webinar series. This webinar will answer critical questions including who takes the final call of rejecting a manuscript, what exactly are editors and reviewers looking for, what researchers can and cannot ask the editors during the course of submission and review, and beyond this. So why wait? Mark your calendar and register now!

We will conclude the PRW 2022 with the launch of an E-book titled “Moving Towards a Reliable Peer Review Process With the Help of AI” on September 23. This e-book focuses on the in-depth management of peer review process, its essential factors, and to what extent AI can make peer review process smoother and efficient. Download the EBook to benefit yourself with immense knowledge and intricate nuances of the process and avail an exclusive discount on our editing services. Limited Period Offer!

What are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on the opportunity of getting the most out of these events! Watch this space for the updates on the events we have in store for you!

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