User talk:Drsoumyadeepb

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Peer review invitation[edit]


I am editor-in-chief of an project in development in Wikiversity called Wikiversity Journal of Medicine (more information at Wikiversity Journal of Medicine/About).

Considering your expertise in general practice, I'd very much appreciate if you did a peer review of an article that was recently submitted to this journal:

This is essentially a shortened version of the Wikipedia article on that subject, in own words. It encourages the creation of similar summaries intended for introductions to other articles as well.

The peer review is preferably written in the corresponding talk page, and should include a declaration of any conflicts of interests. Comments should be constructive, include both strengths and areas for improvement, and be referenced whenever possible. Otherwise, the journal has no strict rules regarding the structure and length of a peer review. Still, more guidelines for peer reviewers can be found at: Wikiversity Journal of Medicine/Peer reviewers.

We prefer peer reviews to be returned within 3 weeks, and appreciate in any case a reply regarding whether you are interested or not in this contribution.

Best regards,

Mikael Häggström (talk) 15:11, 5 September 2015 (UTC)

Peer Review Invitation Reply[edit]

Dear Dr Mikael Häggström Many thanks. I am on it. Find the journal interesting. I hope PubMed and PMC inclusion are also on the agenda for Wikiversity Journal of Medicine

Drsoumyadeepb (talk) 21:12, 12 September 2015 (UTC)
Many thanks to you! Indeed, PubMed and PMC inclusion are major goals for the journal. The main criterion that needs to be reached currently is to have 40 publications, so this review helps it move another step in that direction. I'd appreciate if you had a look at Wikiversity Journal of Medicine/Contribute if there is any other activity for the journal that may interest you. Mikael Häggström (talk) 16:04, 14 September 2015 (UTC)

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