GIE Reviewer Tips

Carolina Ogawa Matsubayashi, MD, Graduate Student, Weill Cornell Medicine Endoscopy, Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo, offers advice to new reviewers after participating in GIE’s Reviewer Mentorship Program. What 3 steps do you take as soon as you get invited to review? The first thing I do is check …

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GIE September Podcast

Dr. Doug Adler, GIE Senior Associate Editor, chats with Dr Saurabh Chandan about his article "Efficacy and histologic accuracy of underwater versus conventional endoscopic mucosal resection for large (>20 mm) colorectal polyps: a comparative review and meta-analysis" from the September issue. Our guest for the September 2021 GIE Podcast is Dr Saurabh Chandan, Assistant Professor, …

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Editor’s Choice: Laparoscopic versus EUS-guided gastroenterostomy for gastric outlet obstruction

GIE Associate Editor, Dr. Fauze Maluf-Filho, highlights this article from the September issue “Laparoscopic versus EUS-guided gastroenterostomy for gastric outlet obstruction: an international multicenter propensity score–matched comparison” by Michiel Bronswijk, MD, et al. In this observational, multicenter study, the authors compared the outcomes of EUS-guided gastroenterostomy versus the gold standard intervention, laparoscopic gastroenterostomy, for the treatment …

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Applications Open for Peer-Review Mentorship Program

Students of peer review: Where are you in your S-curve? The S-curve illustrates how we tailor the mentorship program to your own learning curve. Progress is slow in the initial phase, but this is followed by almost exponential growth in learning. The wide spectrum of how individuals take on specific tasks is often overlooked—some acquire skills quicker, …

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Editor’s Choice: Second-generation distal attachment cuff improves adenoma detection rate

GIE Associate Editor, Dr. Seth Gross, highlights this article from the March issue “Second-generation distal attachment cuff improves adenoma detection rate: meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials” by Harsh K. Patel, MBBS, et al. This study shows the benefits of mechanical enhancement during colonoscopy, which can improve a key quality metric, adenoma detection rate. Colonoscopy is a …

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Editor’s Choice: Core curriculum for endoscopic mucosal resection

GIE Senior Associate Editor, Dr. John R. Saltzman, MD, FASGE, highlights this article from the February issue “Core curriculum for endoscopic mucosal resection” by the ASGE Training Committee. This article provides a framework for teaching the skills needed to perform endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR). It provides an outstanding overview of the technical, nontechnical, and cognitive …

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Editor’s Choice: Impact of fellow participation on colon adenoma detection rates

GIE Associate Editor, Dr. James Buxbaum, highlights this article from the December issue “Impact of fellow participation on colon adenoma detection rates” by Antonio Facciorusso, MD, PhD, et al.  While the need to train endoscopists mandates fellow participation in colonoscopy, there has been a bias that procedures performed only by attending physicians may have greater …

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Editor’s Choice: The safety and efficacy of 2% vitamin C solution spray for relief of mucosal irritation caused by Lugol chromoendoscopy

GIE Associate Editor, Dr. Fauze Maluf-Filho, highlights this article from the September issue “The safety and efficacy of 2% vitamin C solution spray for relief of mucosal irritation caused by Lugol chromoendoscopy” by Duochen Jin, PhD, et al.  Lugol chromoendoscopy is necessary for the identification of superficial esophageal squamous cell carcinoma. Lugol solution is alcoholic, …

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GIE Reviewer Tips

Jeanin E. van Hooft, MD, PhD, MBA, FASGE, from the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, LUMC Leiden University, offers advice to new reviewers after participating in GIE’s Reviewer Mentorship Program. What might happen when you start to do reviews is that the names of the authors or the quality of the language will unconsciously impact …

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