For Peer review week 2019 we have formed a Research ‘TO DO’ list through a series of blog posts from experts answering the question: What can researchers, universities, funders and governments do to improve the quality of peer review and research? These blog posts are just the start, we need your ideas too.
While debates about a “crisis in peer review” or a “crisis in reproducibility” have raised awareness of problems: it’s now time to imagine a world where society has the high-quality evidence it needs to make informed decisions about crime, health, education – looking closer, what action can researchers, universities, funders and governments take to get us there?
Each of these thought-leaders in improving the quality of peer review and research, have started a Research “TO DO” list
- Improving the quality of research through the Good Reporting Guidelines
- Improving research integrity
- Getting missing evidence published
These “TO DO” lists will be published throughout Peer Review week. Check back here for the links.
We’d love to hear your ideas to add to this Research “TO DO” list, which will directly inform Sense about Science’s planning for it’s Quality and Peer Review programme.
Please tweet your ideas #ResearchTODOlist #PeerRevWk19 and #QualityInPeerReview or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published: 17 September 2019