Monthly Archives: November 2015

Focusing on the research and not the anecdote


Our new journal, Research Integrity & Peer Review (RIPR), seeks to publish research about, you guessed it, research integrity (including research reporting) and peer review. As with many journals, we have already received several submissions that were outside the journal’s scope.

However, in this case all the rejected submissions were descriptions of single, specific incidents or policies. Liz Wager explains more about why RIPR does not consider this type of article.

Medical Evidence Publishing