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Peer review involves the unbiased, independent critical assessment of scholarly or research manuscripts submitted to journals by key experts or opinion leaders. In the image, illustration of a three scientists researching in a library

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The peer review process allows experts to analyse scientific research before it is published. Being a peer reviewer enables you to take part in the scientific process, build contacts and view your own work more objectively.

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The Pharmaceutical Journal was founded in 1841 and is recognised as an editorially independent publication under the terms of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s charter.

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An overview of the requirements, word limits and format for each article type published in The Pharmaceutical Journal.

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