As a peer-reviewer, you are asked to supply your comments as a numbered list of issues. We recommend preparing these comments offline (in a file). When done, you can then copy & paste your comments into our review form (see What does the JMIR Review Form look like?). No uploads of manuscripts with tracked changes or files with peer-review comments are expected or permitted.
Please read the instructions for reviewers. We will not be able to award karma credits (see Karma Credits - What are they and how to collect them?) for your review if you do not follow our instructions carefully.
|Important: Because of a system change, the Karma credit program will be put on hold - accruals end on Jul 31, 2022, and redemptions must be made before Oct 31, 2022. Please read the KB article on Karma Credit Sunset.|
- What does the JMIR Review Form look like?
- I peer-reviewed a paper for JMIR but don't know where to upload a version of the manuscript with tracked changes