Peer-reviewers play a crucial role in ensuring the trustworthiness, quality, integrity, and reproducibility of an article. Join Gráinne McNamara (Research Integrity / Publication Ethics Manager, Karger), as she talks about the latest best practices for peer-reviewers with a focus on trustworthiness, reproducibility, and Open Science. In this webinar you will:

  • Better understand the role of the peer reviewer in the decision-making process in a journal
  • Learn how to review a manuscript with trustworthiness in mind
  • Gain tips in writing a constructive review report for authors

Our webinar is aimed at Early Career Researchers and those with an interest in being a peer reviewer.

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