Issue 6

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In the first article, we speak to Graham Brumfield about the programmes they have set up in the Health Sciences division of Elsevier to Recognise Reviewers. Wendy Xie has been involved in running Reviewer Workshops and gives us a brief description of the kind of practical support and guidance available to young reviewers in China, while the Reviewer Mentorship Programme shows the kind of initiatives that are taking place elsewhere. Finally in the Reviewers' Profile, we speak to Prof. Kleijnen about being a reviewer.

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CONTENT

Recognising Reviewers
Some of our Journals in Health sciences are looking at ways that reviewers can be rewarded. We asked Graham Brumfield, Manager of Publishing Services to tell us what's been happening.

Reviewer Workshops in China
Elsevier's Wendy Xie describes what goes on at the Reviewer Workshops in China.

Reviewer Mentorship Programme
We’ve asked one of our publishers, Irene Kanter-Schlifke to explain about this great new initiative.

Reviewer Profile: Meet Prof. Kleijnen
Reviewing is not an easy job and should not be taken lightly. Here is what Prof. Kleijnen, an experienced reviewer has to say.


Results from the last poll in issue 5 indicate that 87% of you think that all supplementary material should be peer reviewed.