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Working with Early Career Researchers

Early Career Researchers, often shortened to ECRs, are eager to perform peer review and contribute value to their colleagues and field of expertise thorough feedback for the author in question. However, in the early stages of their career they do need guidance from senior colleagues as to whether the review they conducted was suitable and in line with others in the field.

We’ve put together a handy guide for Editors on what to consider when working with ECRs and how to best engage them in the academic publishing arena.

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Editor's Guide to Mentoring ECRs