A well-defined review and approval process sets appropriate expectations for internal and external stakeholders involved in developing scientific publications. When reviewers do not fully understand their tasks and scope, however, the process can break down, potentially affecting quality and timely submission.
A robust, objective, and constructive process will guide internal and external stakeholders to ensure the highest level of integrity, as well as timely dissemination. Oversight of the quality of the content is also an important component. Optimal reviewer feedback on that aspect of the publication increases the likelihood of its being read, respected, and referenced over time.
This webinar will discuss best practices for designing a process for review and approval of publications — primarily those that are industry-sponsored — and for conducting a critical review that offers constructive feedback to optimize the presentation of the content.
At the end of this session, participants should be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate models for review and approval of publications;
- Understand the roles and responsibilities of each stakeholder in developing publications;
- Identify issues that affect the scientific value, integrity, and readability of a publication; and
- Understand the components of a critical evaluation of a publication, including constructive feedback that optimizes the final output.
The web link will be sent to all ISMPP members on or before the day of the presentation.
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