January 16, 2019 1:00pm EST
Peer review of a quantitative manuscript
- Louise Potvin
- Nazeem Muhajarine
As the only Canadian peer-reviewed publication dedicated to public health in Canada, the Canadian Journal of Public Health (CJPH) should be a venue of choice for Canadian researchers and graduate students to publish original results from their research projects. Publishing in peer-reviewed journals, however, is often a hazardous journey. Typically, the CJPH receives 400 papers per year for consideration, two-thirds of which are rejected outright, i.e., without being sent to peer review. In this webinar, Louise Potvin and Nazeem Muhajarine will share some key tips for peer reviewing a quantitative manuscript. This information will not only help you in your role as peer reviewers, but will ultimately help you in developing and successfully submitting a manuscript for a peer-reviewed journal.