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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Closed review can manifest in single blind review in which the authors don't know the reviewers but reviewers know author's identification.
The conference committee will conduct a blind review of each proposal.
"Leading the lit office of the O'Neill is no easy feat," says O'Neill executive director Preston Whiteway, "and Lexy manages 2,500-plus submissions across our five professional programs, is available to each and every aspiring applicant and artist, answering questions and guiding their applications, coordinates the blind review processes, and brilliantly represents the O'Neill's mission and values to the field." Whiteway adds, "Because of her and her team, we discover some of the brightest talent in the field."
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.
Editors and authors spend a lot of (unnecessary) time preparing manuscripts for blind review. Submissions often contain details about organizations or authors that would make it impossible for the review to be completely blind.
As discussoes apresentadas na AOS sao avaliadas por revisores de diferentes instituicoes e regioes e seu processo de organizacao inclui, como pratica, a insercao de um editor academico para cada subarea e dois avaliadores em blind review para cada artigo, sendo cada um de uma diferente regiao do pais.
Selected articles have undergone the process of double blind review and proofreading before acceptance and publication.
In order to facilitate blind review, the author's name must not appear on the submitted manuscript.
The manuscripts are sent for blind review to three reviewers based on the criteria of: