Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions: An Evidence-Based Framework for Responding to Peer-Review Feedback
Canadian Medical Association Journal, December 2009, 181:12.
5 Pages Posted: 22 Nov 2015
Date Written: December 8, 2009
Authors receive a great deal of feedback from peer-reviewers, and while it is usually helpful, it can also be incomprehensible, rude, or even silly. In the hope of aiding emerging academics to respond appropriately to peer review feedback, the following attempts to develop an evidence-based framework for dealing with feedback. The framework is based on easily accessible anecdotal evidence and should be used to ease the strain on emerging academics by lightening the mood when reading silly feedback.
Keywords: peer review, silly feedback, emerging academics, early career
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