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Call for Peer Reviewers:

Expert Reviewer

Expert Reviewers should consider themselves as mentors to the author(s) as comments should be specific, constructive, and suggestions should be intended to enhance the manuscript or continuing pharmacy education article. Comments should be as complete and as detailed as possible and contain clear opinions about strengths, weaknesses, quality of research, relevance, and significance to the field. To ensure that the manuscripts/continuing educational articles published meet the highest standards, each manuscript/continuing educational article under consideration is sent to at least two expert reviewers. Expert reviewers will make one of three recommendations: accept the article, return it to the author(s) for revision, or reject.

 

Expertise can be defined by meeting any 1 of the following:

  • Board Certification in that area
  • Completion of a PGY2 Residency Program in that area
  • 3-5 years practice experience where you spent at least 30% of your time, preferrably with significant direct patient care activities
  • Other equivalent training/degree   
Acute Care
Administration, Management, Leadership
Cardiovascular
Diabetes
Drug Information
Endocrinology
Geriatrics
Hematology/Oncology
HIV
Infectious Disease
Herbals, OTC's, Self-Care
Medication Safety
Men's Health
Neurology
Nutrition Support
Pain Management
Palliative Care
Pediatrics
Psychiatry
Public Policy/Pharmacy Law/Advocacy
Respiratory
Substance Use Disorders
Women's Health
Other
Board Certification
PGY2 Residency
3-5 years experience
Other equivalent training/degree

General Reviewers

General Reviewers should consider themselves as mentors to the author(s) as comments should be specific and constructive, and suggestions should be intended to enhance the manuscript or continuing pharmacy education article. General Reviewers will be sought on a range of topics and will review the article for readability, grammar suggestions, as well as assess any CE article for the time it takes to complete the activity to assist in the accreditation process. 

Acute Care
Administration, Management, Leadership
Cardiovascular
Diabetes
Drug Information
Endocrinology
Geriatrics
Hematology/Oncology
HIV
Infectious Disease
Herbals, OTC's, Self-Care
Medication Safety
Men's Health
Neurology
Nutrition Support
Pain Management
Palliative Care
Pediatrics
Psychiatry
Public Policy/Pharmacy Law/Advocacy
Respiratory
Substance Use Disorders
Women's Health
Other

Reviewer Commitments:

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yes
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yes

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