Speed Review at the BES Annual Meeting: Get a Senior Editor Opinions on YOUR Manuscript

Coming to the BES Annual Meeting? Planning to submit a paper to a BES journal? Then you should sign up for the Speed Review Session on Monday 17 December, sign-up sheets will be on the BES Stand in the Exhibition Hall!

stair-running-609762_1920What is a Speed Review Session?

Essentially, the Speed Review session is a chance for you to get a Senior Editor’s opinion on your manuscript. All you need to bring is a figure or a key finding from your research to centre the discussion on. Each session will be limited to five minutes, so try to have a succinct summary of your manuscript ready. The Editor you speak to will let you know what they think of your paper and try to give you some advice about any areas to highlight or any potential concerns that they might have about it.

When/where will the Speed Review session be?

The Speed Review session will be during the Poster Session on the first day of the BES Annual Meeting (Monday 17 December). It will run from 18:30 until 19:15, so you’ll still have time to see the posters that day as well. The session will finish in plenty of time for you to get to any Special Interest Group socials as well.

We’ll have a table set up for each journal by the BES stand in the Exhibition Hall. People who have signed up will be asked to come to the BES Stand to meet an Editor from their chosen journal. Please note, you must sign-up at the BES Stand if you want to take part in the Speed Review Session. Checking in for the event on the conference app does not count as signing up.

How Can I Get Involved?

The sign-up sheets will be on the BES Stand from the beginning of the Welcome Mixer on Sunday until the event begins (or all the places are taken). Make sure to sign-up as soon as possible though as places are limited.

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