Peer review, whether of manuscripts submitted for publication or of grant applications submitted for funding, is a central part of the scientific enterprise. Since the first announcement in 1986, we have held 5 Peer Review Congresses at 4-year intervals, and their success is demonstrated by the stimulus they provided to investigate the process whereby scientific work is selected, published, disseminated, and accessed.1- 5 This progress has been measured both in increases in the number of abstracts submitted to the Peer Review Congresses and MEDLINE citations.6
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