Peer Review Process of the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine
With this issue, the Journal of the American Board of Family Practice officially changes its name to the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. The JABFM is a peer-reviewed journal that is indebted to the hundreds of experts who donate their time to critically appraise articles submitted for publication consideration. Peer reviewed articles are considered highly credible because they have undergone scrutiny by experts with particular knowledge in the topic. Peer review is critical in the editorial process because editors do not have the time or expertise to evaluate all aspects of each submission. The primary aims of peer review are 2-fold: to decide whether or not an article should be published (based on quality and relevance to the journal), and to improve the article before publication.
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& Bowman, M. A.
(2006). Peer Review Process of the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 19 (2), 209-210.