blind review

blind review

A term in the context of a clinical trial for the checking and assessing of data before breaking the blind and finalising the planned analysis.
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EAC members review current needs of camp professionals, help to develop the magazine's editorial direction, and conduct a blind review (authors' names are removed) of feature-length manuscripts prior to publication.
com, was chosen through a blind review process by an independent committee comprised of Gary Gastineau (ETF Consultants LLC), William Goetzmann (Yale School of Management) and Ronald Kahn (BlackRock).
The selection of winners in each category and overall Nurse of the Year winner was made through a blind review.
Entries will be judged by blind review by selected nursing experts.
The papers are selected by blind review by the awards committee in conjunction with the CACCN board of directors.
Manuscripts receive a blind review by two editorial consultants, who recommend to the editor a decision of reject, major revision, or accept with minor changes.
Editorial note: The article "Writing for publication: case studies" by Jane Frawley and Tessa Finney-Brown in this issue was subjected to double blind review.
b) If it is judged suitable two reviewers are selected and a double blind review process takes place.
Additionally, the average time lag between submission and end of blind review has been reduced to 7.
Their study, like the other STF studies, was subjected to blind review, even blind to the STF Editors who accepted the study.
Shands, which uses AIDR 3D with Toshiba s AquilionTM ONE dynamic volume CT system, conducted dose measurements with phantoms and cadavers and evaluated image quality through a blind review process.
Each has been subjected to blind review and offers insight on the relationship between space and medicine during Antiquity and the Middle Ages.