Blinding in peer review: the preferences of reviewers for nursing journals.

  title={Blinding in peer review: the preferences of reviewers for nursing journals.},
  author={Judith G Baggs and Marion English Broome and Molly C. Dougherty and Margaret Comerford Freda and Margaret H Kearney},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  volume={64 2},
AIM This paper is a report of a study to assess the beliefs and preferences of reviewers for nursing journals about blinding of authors to reviewers, reviewers to authors, neither or both. BACKGROUND Blinding of author and reviewer names in the manuscript review process has been of interest to nursing editors, but reports that are based on data rather than simply opinion concern the editorial practices of biomedical rather than nursing journals. There has been no study of nursing journal… CONTINUE READING
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