Discovering the Benefits of Group Peer Review of Submitted Manuscripts

@article{Richards2019DiscoveringTB,
  title={Discovering the Benefits of Group Peer Review of Submitted Manuscripts},
  author={B. Richards and E. Cardell and Candace J. Chow and Kathryn B Moore and Krystal L Moorman and Meghan O'Connor and Sara E Hart},
  journal={Teaching and Learning in Medicine},
  year={2019},
  volume={32},
  pages={104 - 109}
}
Abstract Problem: Traditionally, journal editors expect individuals to complete peer reviews of submitted manuscripts on their own. Recently, a number of editors of health sciences journals have begun to support, and even espouse, the practice of group peer review (GPR). With GPR, multiple individuals work together to complete the review with permission from the journal editor. Motivated by the idea that GPR could provide a meaningful service learning experience for participants in an… Expand
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