Peer Review

Impartial assessment is an essential component of scholarly review. Peer review is the attentive, unbiased assessment of materials submitted to publication outlets by reviewers and is the very foundation of academic publication. Collegiality, respect for the author's dignity, and constructive criticism should undergird the review process. Reviewers ensure that submitted resources are accurate, clear, complete, and relevant to health education.

MedEdPORTAL Reviewers

MedEdPORTAL peer reviewers ensure submitted resources are accurate, clear, complete, and relevant to health professions education. Reviewers’ thoughtful feedback is important to authors as they seek recognition of their scholarly work and endeavor to make continued improvements. MedEdPORTAL gratefully recognizes our 2016 peer reviewers.

MedEdPORTAL Associate Editors

Associate editors assist with the recruitment of submissions and peer reviewers, employ their knowledge and expertise in the assignment of reviewers during the peer review process, and provide publication recommendations to the editor-in-chief. The success of MedEdPORTAL is due in large part to the dedication and hard work of our associate editors. MedEdPORTAL gratefully recognizes our 2016 associate editors.

Distinguished Recognition

2016 MedEdPORTAL Outstanding Reviewers and Associate Editor of the Year.

Reviewer Login

Login to MedEdPORTAL Publications' peer review management system: Manuscript CentralExternal Link

Nominate a Reviewer

MedEdPORTAL Publications is accepting reviewer nominations for particularly thoughtful health educators. To nominate your peer, please email mededportal@aamc.org

In 2004, a task force convened by the AAMC developed an extensive form to help reviewers evaluate submissions based on commonly accepted standards of educational scholarship. For more information, please download the MedEdPORTAL PDF DocumentEducational Scholarship Guide.

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