Meaningful Peer Review

  • Kathy DeBarr University of Illinois at Springfield


The purpose of peer review is to uphold the integrity of the publishing journal, improve upon research activities and papers, and to further advance knowledge within the field of health education and promotion. This article provides an overview of peer review, some guidelines for accepting review assignments, and guidelines for conducting a thorough review that will serve the journal while assisting authors in making new knowledge accessible.

How to Cite
DeBarr, K. (2007). Meaningful Peer Review. Californian Journal of Health Promotion, 5(3), 70-72.