As every year, I am pleased to express our public acknowledgement to all the reviewers who collaborated with us during 2015.
Special thanks to three star reviewers, who stood out for being frequent peer reviewers and excellently evaluated by our deputy editors.
I express also my deepest sense of appreciation for the journal´s deputy editors during 2015, who were Carlos Becerra Verdugo, Felipe Cardemil Morales, Tania Herrera Martinez, Yorschua Jalil, Eva Madrid Aris, Fernando Manriquez Vergara, Pamela Seron Silva, Carolina Vergara Llanos and Manuel Vial Gallardo. They are the journal's core team as they help me in the editorial decision process of the arriving manuscripts. They are also exposed to my insistence when deadlines extend more than expected, so their patience is appreciated.
A key member of the team is Rosa Jimenez Paneque, my subeditor. She performs statistical review of all primary studies that arrive at the journal, as well as being in charge of supervising the publishing process.
It is necessary to mention the unconditional and selfless collaboration of Patricia Alvarez Cantwell, who reviews the abstracts in English to ensure they are properly presented at the time of publication.
The professional team of the journal is also composed, very importantly, by Rodrigo Nunez, publishing editor; Elena Lagos, in charge of style reviewing; and Marianela Morales, responsible for reviewing compliance with formal aspects. They also are a fundamental part of the soul of Medwave.
Reviewers, editors, technical editors and staff are those who give life to the publication, which would be nothing without the contribution of the authors, who come from the most diverse countries in Latin America and other regions as well.
But finally, the result of all this work in the processes of scientific communication is aimed at our readers. We appreciate their persistence and loyalty, a fact we can appreciate through the high number of visits we receive (405,000 unique visits in the last month).
Citation: Bachelet VC . Acknowledgements to our 2015 peer reviewers . Medwave 2016;16(2):e6428 doi: 10.5867/medwave.2016.02.6428
Publication date: 15/4/2016
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