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Navigating and Contributing to the Peer Review Process


Presented by:

David DuBois, PhD

Professor of Community Health Sciences, School of Public Health
Associate Director and Fellow, Institute for Health Research and Policy

This session was held Wednesday, March 21, 2018, at the UIC Institute for Health Research and Policy.

Download the presentation slides here.

Peer review is a cornerstone of the processes involved with research publication and grant funding. It is essential to be able to both anticipate and respond effectively to peer reviews as an author or investigator. There is also growing attention to the importance of providing high-quality peer reviews of others’ research and funding proposals. This session addresses each of these topics with an emphasis on practical advice for navigating and contributing to the peer review process.

The IHRP Research and Professional Development Series is organized by Dr. DuBois and held at noon on the third Wednesday of the month.

These sessions are intended primarily for graduate students and post-doctoral researchers at the Institute for Health Research and Policy, but all are welcome.