Reviewing Reports of Primary Care Research - WR Phillips

William R Phillips MD, MPH
Annals of Family Medicine
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Resource Type:
   Peer Reviewed Resource (Reviewed, Approved)
STFM Group:
   Evidence-based Medicine
Rating/Comments:
  
Created :
   03/30/2009
License:
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Description of Resource
  A guide to being a peer reviewer for research reports considered for publication. Build skills to become a better reviewer, author and researcher. Presented by the editorial team of the Annals of Family Medicine.
Learner Type
  - Resident
  - Fellow/Graduate Student
  - Faculty
  - Other Health Professionals
Type of Material
  - PowerPoint Lecture
Topics
  - Faculty Development
  
  Faculty Development Topics
    - Fellowship Training
    - Grant-writing Skills
    - Research Skills
    - Writing Skills
  - Information Technology/Evidence-based Medicine
  - Research
  
  Research topics
    - Journal Clubs
    - Mentoring
    - Practice-based Research
    - Research Fellowships
    - Research Methods
    - Teaching About Research
Objectives (suggested 3-7)
  1. Understand the process of peer review in evaluating research reports. 2. Perform professional level reviews of manuscripts. 3. Apply skills to improve your own writing of reports and grant applications. 4. Identify issues of ethics and etiquette in reviewing manuscripts for publication. 5. Access resources on reviewing research reports and other published works.
Has this been formally reviewed elsewhere?
  - Yes
Describe the effectiveness (if available) and significance of your work
  Received excellent workshop evaluations from NAPCRG.
Other Relevant STFM Groups
  - Evidence-based Medicine
  - Faculty Development
  - Teaching Research in Residency