Authoring a manuscript review: consider your audience

Written by Patrick Yachimski, MD, MPH from Vanderbilt University Medical Center. A manuscript review, like any other form of written communication, is intended for the consumption of a reading audience. This is a basic premise, but one which is easily overlooked or taken for granted. Before authoring a manuscript review, it is well worth reminding …

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Lies, Half-Truths, and Statistics

How to Lie with Statistics: A Field Guide for GIE Reviewers Written by Lyndon Hernandez, MD, MPH, FASGE, Chair of the GIE Editorial Review Board Understanding the pitfalls of peer review is critical to the continued success of GIE as a high-quality journal. Yet, young, aspiring reviewers get little guidance on how to parse the …

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