By Hitomi Hosoya, MD, PhD,
Resident in the department of internal medicine, University of Pennsylvania Health System
- If you are a peer reviewer of a manuscript submitted to a journal, you should be unbiased, consistent, constructive, and focused on the research. COPE guideline is a good resource.
- If you are a reader of a published article, it is important to ensure that the abstract has the same conclusion as the body of the article.
- If you are a clinical practitioner and wondering how to apply findings of published data, the editorial section is a good source.
- If you are a trainee and wondering how to stay up-to-date, Oxford Textbook of Oncology or ASCO University are recommended.