Peer Review - the nuts and bolts
A guide for early career researchers
Openly accessible guide by medical epidemiologist Steve Luby and scientific writing specialist Dorothy Southern. 115 pages. Based on experience teaching public health scientists in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Also largely applicable to scientific writing in other disciplines.
Publons allows peer reviewers to track, verify and showcase their peer review contributions across the world's journals.
Two-page handout from the University of Melbourne. Intended for students but also can aid others.
From COPE (the Committee on Publication Ethics), http://publicationethics.org. Published 15 January 2016.
Article from the AMWA [American Medical Writers Association] Journal.
SciRev aims to help science by making the peer review process more efficient.
A list of training opportunities for authors, journal editors, and peer reviewers is available on the page linked below, which is part of the website of the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME).
Presentation given on 26 May 2014 at the Chinese Medical Association.
From the 2014 American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting.