How NOT to Review a Medical Paper

A Very Short Manual

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The quandaries of a reviewer—explained and addressed

A writer's journey, from writing a manuscript to publication, is full of pitfalls. A "reviewer's" world on the other hand is riddled with dilemmas which in turn can impact the fate of a writer's manuscript. Both novice and experienced reviewers are perturbed by numerous questions along the process as the onus of making a recommendation about a paper lies on them. This short manual provides answers to those questions and offers several more useful tips through illustrative examples.

The numerous examples exhibit how one should not review a medical paper and also illustrate the don'ts of communication that should be taken care of by reviewers.

Key Features:

  • Guidance about what is expected from a reviewer, what should and should not be looked for in the different parts of a manuscript, and how speedy reviews should be
  • Detailed explanation of all types of peer review for better understanding of concept
  • Tips on communication errors that should be avoided, especially while suggesting revision or rejection of a manuscript
  • Lucid language and enjoyable read
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The quandaries of a reviewer—explained and addressed

The quandaries of a reviewer—explained and addressed

A writer's journey, from writing a manuscript to publication, is full of pitfalls. A "reviewer's" world on the other hand is riddled with dilemmas which in turn can impact the fate of a writer's manuscript. Both novice and experienced reviewers are perturbed by numerous questions along the process as the onus of making a recommendation about a paper lies on them. This short manual provides answers to those questions and offers several more useful tips through illustrative examples.

The numerous examples exhibit how one should not review a medical paper and also illustrate the don'ts of communication that should be taken care of by reviewers.

Key Features:

  • Guidance about what is expected from a reviewer, what should and should not be looked for in the different parts of a manuscript, and how speedy reviews should be
  • Detailed explanation of all types of peer review for better understanding of concept
  • Tips on communication errors that should be avoided, especially while suggesting revision or rejection of a manuscript
  • Lucid language and enjoyable read
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