Ross Hall, room 201A
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Faculty in health professions education (HPE) invest significant time and effort into developing and writing educational innovations and research manuscripts. For many, the interval between hitting “submit” and receiving a decision letter can be an anxiety-provoking and uncertain time.
In this session, Anthony R. Artino Jr., PhD, associate dean for evaluation and educational research and professor of health, human function, and rehabilitation sciences, provides a behind-the-scenes look at what happens to manuscripts at each stage of the review and decision process. Participants will follow the journey of a manuscript through the editorial screening process, reviewer and editor selection, review processing and grading, and decision formulations. Artino also will discuss the main reasons manuscripts get rejected and will detail three principles for navigating the peer-review process, including how to effectively respond to reviewer comments. Participants will have an opportunity to analyze challenging reviewer comments and will discuss several strategies for responding to reviewers.
Earn 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ by attending