LSE Impact blog: What role should peer review have in researcher development?
As part of Peer Review Week 2023, Taylor & Francis’ Head of Reviewer Programmes, Rebecca Furlong, and F1000’s Senior Editorial Operations & Peer Review Manager, Eleanor-Rose Papas, join forces in an LSE Impact blog. Drawing on their in-depth knowledge of peer review, they offer Early Career Researchers (ECRs) advice on how to develop the impact of their research and profile through peer review, both as the reviewed and the reviewer.
In the blog, Rebecca and Eleanor-Rose give invaluable insight into both traditional and open peer review, including tips on how to start to peer review and how to make sure contributions to peer review are recognized and recorded throughout a researcher’s career.
Read the full LSE Impact blog post here.
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