Call for Candidates: Reviewer Mentorship Program at the Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease (JLGTD)
The Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease (JLGTD) announces the launch of the Reviewer Mentorship Program. This unique initiative offers a comprehensive, year-long training program designed to cultivate skilled reviewers for our journal.
Who Should Apply?
We are seeking clinicians and researchers actively engaged in the study and management of lower genital tract diseases. This program is especially beneficial for those new to the peer-review process, as it offers a structured and supportive environment for learning and development.
- Duration: One year
- Mentorship: Each year, 1-2 Participants will receive personalized guidance from the Journal's Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editors.
- Training: The program includes comprehensive training in manuscript review, insights into the editorial process, and regular feedback sessions.
- Recognition: Successful candidates will receive a certificate upon completion and an invitation to join the Journal's pool of reviewers.
- Interested ASCCP members should express their interest and submit their CVs for consideration here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JLGTD_Mentee
- The Editor-in-Chief will select 1-2 candidates based on their qualifications and potential as reviewers.
- Selected candidates will participate in introductory and mid-program Zoom meetings, including interactive sessions and Journal Clubs.
- Candidates are required to familiarize themselves with the Journal's author and reviewer guidelines, watch relevant webinars, and understand the ASCCP's mission and guidelines.
- Participants will be assigned manuscripts for review, complete a set number of reviews, and receive detailed feedback.
- Engage in regular Zoom meetings for program updates and interactive learning sessions.
- Contribute a scientific report to a journal, gaining firsthand experience in the publication process.
- A Unique opportunity to learn from experienced editors in the field.
- Enhance your skills in critically assessing scientific manuscripts.
- Network with peers and leaders in lower genital tract disease research.
- CME Credits: Each completed review will earn Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits, providing additional professional development value.