President, Pippa Smart gives us an overview of what makes a good peer review (see video below), and health-science writing specialist, and long-time EASE member, Ed Hull starts a six-part series addressing several key topics. His first video poses the key question of Why is peer review important?
EASE Vice-President Duncan Nicholas is coordinating this video project, along with Phil Hurst of the Royal Society. EASE Council member Bahar Mehmani is Co-Chair of the Peer Review Week Steering Committee for the whole event, which runs between 16th to 20th September.
The videos on the YouTube channel are building up to the weeks’ events, and will showcase a range of insights into the various qualities of peer review. We would love to feature more videos from EASE members, drawing from the wealth of experience across our membership.
If you have an opinion on any aspect Quality in Peer Review and would like to contribute, read our submission info and guidelines on how to get involved: http://bit.ly/prw19videotips