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Rachel Burley, Publishing Director at BioMed Central said: Although frequently criticized, peer review still plays an important role in validating research results and advancing discovery.
Peer review program administering entities--in other words, state CPA societies--are required to perform oversight on peer reviewers.
Crowdsourced peer review, in which anyone can comment on a manuscript (before publication) or once it has been published (post-publication review), lends transparency.
As an adult learner my experience of peer review can be compared to 'Roulette'; it's a bit of a gamble, very hit and miss.
Physicians reported that 7 to 10 percent of patient cases were changed as a result of the peer review process.
The form of peer review that a journal uses--open, single-blind, or double-blind--and the details of the review process are vital aspects of proper peer-review ethics and etiquette, in addition to overall journal quality.
The best summary about peer review as the way to improve the quality of research articles in biomedicine is provided by the most recent Cochrane systematic review on this topic by Jefferson and his colleagues.
Academic peer review is the process of subjecting an author's scholarly work to the scrutiny of others who are considered experts in the same subject area.
Triggle and Triggle affirm that peer review should provide due diligence to a manuscript: it is an essential component of the scientific review process, providing quality control so that the published works meet appropriate standards.
The price for failing to recognize that sham peer review exists, and that there are physicians and hospital administrators who view sham peer review as a "useful tool" to eliminate certain physicians, is often the death of a good physician's career.
We both ask tutors facilitating in-class workshops to explain that student peer review emulates peer review in academic publication and/or daily workplace reviews of colleagues' writing, since peer review becomes most valuable when students understand it both as a classroom activity that can improve their critical reading and writing skills and as a real-world process in which writers address the needs of their audiences.
The American Medical Association and scholars explain that good-faith peer review is afforded protection in some combination of the following three ways: (1) "involved individuals and institutions are granted immunity from lawsuits"; (2) "information related to the peer review process is deemed confidential"; and (3) "peer review work product is designated privileged and inadmissible in court.
Peer review is a tool used in the risk management (RM) context to further the RM goals of preventing the loss of human, materiel and financial resources, as well as limiting the negative consequences of adverse or unanticipated healthcare events through timely documentation, review, and analysis.
1, 2009, will enhance the quality of peer reviews and increase the clarity of peer review reports to the public, regulators and reviewed firms.
The AICPA's Peer Review Board has issued a white paper, Navigating Through the Revised AICPA Standards for Performing and Reporting on Peer Reviews and Related Interpretations (www.