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Revisión por pares / Peer review

Diciembre 10,  2016. No. 2534





Realizar la revisión científica por pares
Make peer review scientific
 Thirty years on from the first congress on peer review, Drummond Rennie reflects on the improvements brought about by research into the process - and calls for more.
NATURE 7 J U LY 2016 | VOL 535
La carga global de las revistas con revisión por pares en la literatura biomédica: Fuerte desequilibrio en la empresa colectiva
The Global Burden of Journal Peer Review in the Biomedical Literature: Strong Imbalance in the Collective Enterprise.
Kovanis M1,2, Porcher R1,2,3, Ravaud P1,2,3,4,5, Trinquart L1,4.
PLoS One. 2016 Nov 10;11(11):e0166387. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0166387. eCollection 2016.
Abstract
The growth in scientific production may threaten the capacity for the scientific community to handle the ever-increasing demand for peer review of scientific publications. There is little evidence regarding the sustainability of the peer-review system and how the scientific community copes with the burden it poses. We used mathematical modeling to estimate the overall quantitative annual demand for peer review and the supply in biomedical research. The modeling was informed by empirical data from various sources in the biomedical domain, including all articles indexed at MEDLINE. We found that for 2015, across a range of scenarios, the supply exceeded by 15% to 249% the demand for reviewers and reviews. However, 20% of the researchers performed 69% to 94% of the reviews. Among researchers actually contributing to peer review, 70% dedicated 1% or less of their research work-time to peer reviewwhile 5% dedicated 13% or more of it. An estimated 63.4 million hours were devoted to peer review in 2015, among which 18.9 million hours were provided by the top 5% contributing reviewers. Our results support that the system is sustainable in terms of volume but emphasizes a considerable imbalance in the distribution of the peer-review effort across the scientific community. Finally, various individual interactions between authors, editors and reviewers may reduce to some extent the number of reviewers who are available to editors at any point.
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