Jason K. Rivers, MD, FRCPC, FAAD
JCMS Editor in Chief
JCMS Editorial, Vol 17, No 4 (July/August), 2013.
Peer review of manuscripts is a critical part of the publication process. A publication’s quality hinges in part on thoughtful and thorough peer review. It ensures that what is published is accurate, important, original, and of interest to the readership. However, very few reviewers have received any formal training on how to assess a manuscript. Thus, the aim of this editorial is to provide some insight and guidance on how to conduct a comprehensive and fair review. [READ MORE]