From the AJPM Editors

In this collection of videos, the Editors of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine offer their personal perspective and advice to authors and reviewers. AJPM’s full guidelines can be found at the Author and Reviewer Resource Center.

Qualities Sought in New Submissions to the Journal

 

Editors of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine discuss what qualities they consider when assessing new submissions to the journal.

 

The Importance of Systematic Reviews

 

Matthew Boulton, MD, MPH, Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, discusses systematic reviews and meta-analyses, including what makes a high-quality systematic review and what kinds of systematic reviews are of interest to AJPM.

 

Advice for First-Time Authors

 

Senior Associate Editor William Wadland, MD, MS, of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, offers thoughts and advice to first-time and early career researchers on receiving and responding to peer review comments.

 

Advice for Authors During Revision

 

Laura Power, MD, MPH, Associate Editor of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, considers the revision process and the importance of thoroughly responding to and addressing reviewer comments and recommendations.

 

Qualities Sought in a High-Quality Review

 

Editors of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine discuss what they consider to be a high-quality peer review.

 

An Editor's Personal Approach to Peer Reviewing

 

Associate Editor Laura Power, MD, MPH, of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, considers her own approach to providing a quality peer review.

 
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