Experimenting With Open Peer Review: Here's What We Found

June 16, 2016 Kirsty McFarlane

If you run a journal editorial office, you may be considering trying out open peer review. Recently, the British Journal of Surgery conducted a trial of open peer review for 153 manuscripts. Their process and findings are included in the infographic below.

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