Peer review

If you’re reviewing a book, journal or article, and you’re looking for support including practical tips and guidance, take a look at our reviewer guides.

We have everything to help you become a more established reviewer.

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Peer review: what, why and how?

Peer review plays a vital role in selecting the right manuscripts for publication. This guide explains what peer review is, why we do it, and how it works.

Some pointers on peer review

Whether you are a regular reviewer or new to peer review, there are some behavioural do’s and don’ts that can really help the journal editors and improve the peer review activity in the process.


Eight lessons for how to make it through the peer-review

Professor Harm-Jan Steenhuis shares some insights from an editor's perspective on how to make it through the peer-review process.

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