For Peer Reviewers
Preventing Chronic Disease (PCD) welcomes public health professionals with expertise in chronic disease prevention and health promotion to serve as peer reviewers. Manuscripts published by PCD, with the exception of essays and some letters, undergo rigorous evaluation by at least two peer reviewers, an Associate Editor, and the Editor in Chief. Our peer reviewers assess manuscripts for importance, originality, clarity, validity, adequacy of methods, and provide detailed comment on these and other qualities. Please read all pages of this section for more information on PCD’s peer review process.
Thank you, 2018 PCD Peer Reviewers
Preventing Chronic Disease (PCD) recognizes the enormous contribution that peer reviewers make to the success of the journal and the scientific enterprise as a whole. Our reviewers represent a broad spectrum of public health specialties with expertise in virtually every area of research and practice. We extend our sincere thanks to all of our peer reviewer consultants for their insightful critiques, thoughtful recommendations, and valuable assistance in contributing to the scientific quality and the integrity of articles published in PCD.
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